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    • This was my resource and list's all makes.  I am in a similar situation - just purchased Chevy Tahoe 2016 with Max Trailering Package.  I can say from spending months looking, SUV's look beefy on the outside but most have no guts.  As you narrow your search, go to the chosen mfg. websites - look up the year and model you are interested in and see what 'options' it had for towing - then look for that model with that package.  In my experience I would find 50 Tahoe's and only one with the trailering package - so it takes time and lots of looking.  And be ready to buy, they disappear fast.  I also got suckered into looking at vehicles 'that have what you need' only to find out because it had a hitch the salesman thought it had the package (these people are vastly under educated on towing).  I got to where I would ask them to send me a window sticker to see what was actually installed - these can be found on line too if you have the VIN number.  Good LUCK! https://axleadvisor.com/
    • He stated the lower wattage for lithium but not 60-100 amp
    • Hi folks!     Reviving this thread since it's the most useful information I've found anywhere on the interweb. We just ordered a Cyclone Toy Hauler (GVWR 20k, will be going full time in it with a family of 4) and got a new truck (GVWR 14k F350 dually).... so our new combined GVWR will be 34,000 lbs.  However I'd like to get the license before the new trailer is delivered.   So, can I take the test with my smaller 33' travel trailer (truck+oldtrailer combined GVWR of 23,000 lbs).  Or will they not let me take it since it doesn't meet the Class A threshold? Kind of a catch-22.... I'd like to be legal before driving the new rig off the lot, but do I need the new rig before I can take the test? THANK YOU FOR THE INFORMATION!!!!!!!!!!!
    • You’re welcome. A bit of a cover on the bike will keep wet road slime from coating the bike. There isn’t a pile of wind right in behind a trailer, but the vacuum swirls a grubby mist up that gets all over everthin on the back.
    • It now appears ONLY AFTER we know the right unit, right seral number, wiring diagram and some troubleshooting feedback and results might we be able to help. Until then no use in more "guessing" lol  John T
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