« Last post by jam4travel on June 24, 2018, 10:45:56 pm »
Will Phoenix Cruiser take the time to send pictures of an out of state customer's coach as it is being built?
I would consider the following.
- Make sure your PC has a 5000 pound hitch in good condition. They like to rust badly and weaken from it. Phoenix used to install a 3500 pound hitch. I don't know when they switched from the 3500 pound hitch to the 5000 pound hitch.
- Consider a heavy duty rear stabilizer bar. Being a 2006 E350, you have NO rear stabilizer bar unless installed by a previous owner.
- Consider installing a rear trac bar to prevent the "tail wagging the dog" effect. Trailers like to thrash side-to-side, the back-end of a short motor home with a short wheel base and long rear over-hang. The location and position of a half full fresh water tank in a 2006 2350, the water sloshing side-to-side amplifies the problem.
BTW: Nice choice for a trailer. What is your plan with it?
I agree with Ron. I currently have a 2007 2350. Towing just a Honda CRV changed the handling significantly when compared to towing nothing at all. I had to add the rear sway bar and trac bar, they made a big difference when towing.
That is a sharp trailer! It will look good behind a PC.
Thatís a sharp looking trailer, you looking at hauling motors (bikes)?
The shop owner also said to swap the front tires, side to side, every 6000 miles for even wear.Hi Steve,