Congratulations on the new truck. Welcome to the forum. Can't help with the free swinging naughty bits campgrounds. Sounds like a great way to get an even tan though.
Lol, I wasn't suggesting that you two were Swingers. I was In reference to the body parts that do the swinging do to their unrestrained nature. As for the camper trailer suggestion, if you don't mind doing some minor fixing up I have a 2004 29' prowler that I haven't used in years would gladly sell to you. It's of no use to me.Thanks Buck_Howard and yea we can't wait.
Your's is a normal misconception, very few nudists are actually swingers and very few swingers actually life the nudist lifestyle. Any yes, allover tans are a good byproduct of being a nudist LOL
Thanks for taking the time to reply.
Any camping trailer suggestions?
A 5th wheel will have a better turning Radius. The shocker hitch has setups for gooseneck or bumper pull. I guess I wasn't suggesting either way honestly didn't even think of the 5th wheel. I drive 1500's so a bumper pull is what I run. I believe you're on the right track going 5th wheel you certainly have the truck for it.Buck, I think my husband and I are thinking that a 5th wheel would be a better setup for us, but you think at bumper mount trailer, Why?
Yes I believe that it does because the tongue is essentially floating on air. Downside is I don't believe they have a setup for actual 5th wheel style hitch. I love the one I have on my 1500 other then 💩 Gas mileage you can't feel the trailer back there. And before I got the shocker hitch it felt like you were riding a horseI never heard of this "shocker hitch" before. Looks interesting, though. Would that also possibly mitigate or eliminate some of the "stress" on the metal of the 5th wheel/gooseneck, by dissipating some of the "shock" and movement at the hitch, instead of transferring it to the frame? If so, that would be a good idea. I've seen quite a few video on YouTube of the guys who have to "repair" some of the cracks in the metal and frames of the front of the 5th wheel/gooseneck units, so suspect these might help alleviate some of that. It's at least something to consider. Thanks for the suggestion and idea!!
The one I have yes that is correct. But the company makes them for both sides so you can have it on the trailer or on the truck. The gooseneck version is trailer side only. Here's the 2 version they have for it. They also make a conversion kit for the 5th wheel trailer to switch it to gooseneck.So this is a hitch for the truck and other than the coupler is not attached to the trailer? Correct?
And they'll still be better off then you. Bringing these broke ass jokes to the table🤣🤣🤣🤣They will be well served with GM, they will be naked and with empty pockets after all the repairs!🤣🤣