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Basic Info Last one was the Keystone Laredo 291TG
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2021 RAM 3500 Limited HO NE SB

Favorite Camping Destinations
Agate Beach
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Old 09-14-2021, 04:20 PM   #2
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Didn't know Redwood had any TTs in their line up, only high end 5th wheels.
I think maybe your Laredo is the Redwood edition not the make. This will make it difficult for those on this forum to correctly answer some of your questions with any certainty due to the make/model differences.
You might be better off joining the Keystone forum with folks having the same RV.
You're welcome to stay here though!
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Old 04-11-2022, 01:00 AM   #3
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We joined ROC to get info...

AND then we pulled the trigger on new 2021 3401RL Beach Glass April 2022!
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AND then we pulled the trigger on new 2021 3401RL Beach Glass April 2022!
Beautiful rig!
Just one comment!
RWs are typically pin heavy. That rv has a GVWR of 18k+ = 3900lb+ pin weight (23% of the GVWR) + the 200+/-lb hitch & your well over 4000lb pin weight, definitely a dually is required.
Check the yellow/white tag on the trucks driver's door stating "occupants & cargo must not exceed XXXXlbs", that's the payload for THAT truck. From that payload subtract the pin weight, the hitch weight & everyone/everything in/on your truck since it left the factory.
It appears in the photo that the bed on your tow vehicle is tilted a bit.
Not trying to dampen your enthusiasm, just providing factual information for the safety of you, yours & others sharing the highways.
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Old 04-11-2022, 09:36 PM   #5
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Hey Somms,


That is 1 great matching Combo ! ! ! The PIN weight on my 2020 3991RD is 3,680# loaded for travelling... I have a carrying capacity of 4562# with my 2020 F350 SRW

I once weighted the RW PIN completely empty and it was within 40# of the published dry weight...

Good Luck with that Redwood, Happy Trails....Safe Travels...
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My dining room slide will not stay in all the way when I travel. It will work its way out anywhere between a couple inches to over a foot. Anybody experienced this also? Easy fix?
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