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    Default Which engine option is the best?

    The days of trying to hot-rod are over for me now. I'm looking to be able to tow a 25' trailer, but I still want good gas mileage. What's the best option for me?
    John ~ New Mexico ~ It's all about the bowtie!
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    Default RE: Which engine option is the best?

    What kind of trailer? How much weight?

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    Default RE: Which engine option is the best?

    Looking for a fairly medium-heavy durty travel trailer to take camping. Will probably have a slideout or something and a fair sized galley and kitchenette area. Probably will be in the 6-8,000 range when fully loaded and on the road.
    John ~ New Mexico ~ It's all about the bowtie!
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