Posted 2021-08-02 12:26 PM (#179791 - in reply to #179790) Subject: RE: Pulling a horse trailer with a class C motor home.
Location: riverside ca
probably, not gonig to win any races and i would use load leveling bars. how much you load the motorhome will probably have more to do with it than anything, also where you live will have a huge impact on how pleasurable/safe the combination is. Ie you probably be fine in Iowa, Coloardo not so much
Posted 2021-08-19 10:31 PM (#181991 - in reply to #179790) Subject: RE: Pulling a horse trailer with a class C motor home.
NOPE! Not unless you get some work done on the hitch on the motorhome! We was going to go with a motorhome until I spent weeks doing research on tow capacity. Motorhome had plenty of power BUT no near enough hitch rating. Most we looked at only had a 500lb max tongue capacity and 2000 to 2500 max tow capacity on the actual hitch!
Posted 2021-08-25 11:39 AM (#182498 - in reply to #179790) Subject: RE: Pulling a horse trailer with a class C motor home.
Well, from my experience I think most truthfull RV dealers will tell you that hitch was put there for 2 reasons. First- tow the subcomact car the delivery driver needed to get back to the factory. Second- hold a bike rack. Putting 5,000# of shifting cargo horse trailer back there has the opportunity to south in very many ways.