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Subject: Re: I'm thinking of buying a 1991 SP36


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Sam
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Date Posted: 02/ 27/ 05, 6:37am
In reply to: Glenn Marvel 's message, "I'm thinking of buying a 1991 SP36" on 02/ 24/ 05, 5:04pm

Glenn, I used to tow my Suburban ( 6700 LBS ) behind my 1999 31' Tioga ( gas engine ) class C. Starting out From a stop you could hear the engine labor and also stopping distance was increased quit a bit. On the highway the Suburban would push the motorhome around which would cause a lot of swaying and a unstable feel. I now own a 1983 FC Bluebird with a 3208 225 HP and pull the same Suburban and the Bluebird performs great with none of the previous mentioned problems of the Tioga. So with the SP36 with 300 HP you won't even know your Dakota is back there unless you look at your camera monitor. Most BB can tow 10,000 LBS. with no Problem even though a BB Weighs between 30,000 LBS. and 45,000 LBS.

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