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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-21-2007, 11:01 AM Thread Starter
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this is my commander parked by my 39 ft layton trailer.
my trailer weighs in excess of 8000 pounds, the 3.7 could not handle this, but i really enjoy this jeep, its very classy and rugged at the same time....
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Re: my commander parked by my layton trialer

Holy smokes, I'm in love with that trailer! What do you haul it with? We looked into some 31' Tundras this year, and hope to pull the trigger next year. I'd love to see more pics.
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Yeah, what do you pull it with? I'm looking into getting the Starcraft 21SSO (hybrid) after I retire from the Marine Corps next year. It weighs around 3,800 lbs and I have the 5.7 so that will pull it easily.

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Re: my commander parked by my layton trialer

I havent towed it ,in a few years.. my wife and i decided to go seasonal..

We found a nice place upstate new york, with all the woods and raods , lakes
pool, just about every thing you can name or do at a camp ground, of course you miss the scenery of traveling. but we decided to park it for a while and enjoy it at the same time, its 39 feet, 2 rooms plus the livin room, with the slide out in the livin room.
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Re: my commander parked by my layton trialer

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I havent towed it ,in a few years.. my wife and i decided to go seasonal..

We found a nice place upstate new york, with all the woods and raods , lakes
pool, just about every thing you can name or do at a camp ground, of course you miss the scenery of traveling. but we decided to park it for a while and enjoy it at the same time, its 39 feet, 2 rooms plus the livin room, with the slide out in the livin room.
Where in NY? We've been looking for a nice camp ground in upstate NY, hopefully not too far upstate though...
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Re: my commander parked by my layton trialer

TR4RUNNER,
Its located in Spring Glenn new york, its about 20 miles north of middletown, if you know the area.. this si my 2nd campground and we love it man. you build and connect a deck, and you have a piece of heaven. And its only 1500.00 a season april to october
you pay for your light and thats it. We even installed direct tv last year. So i wanted a jeep to go with the aptmosphere, i fell in love with the commander. i wanted a jeep that not to many people had and this was it. i live in the bronx ny, the campground is 77 mile from my home.

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