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Old 02-01-2013, 10:21 AM   #1
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looking seriously at Casita 17' Liberty. Just wondering if there are any tacoma v6 drivers out there towing one and would share experience.

thanks , Roger
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looking seriously at Casita 17' Liberty. Just wondering if there are any tacoma v6 drivers out there towing one and would share experience.

thanks , Roger
I had a Casita 17ft and towed it with a Honda Passport and I had no problems! You will hardly know its behind you with the TACO.
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Should be good....there are a lot of photos of minivans and small suv's towing them.

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The Tacoma...2011...V-6...Auto...rear spring tsb, factory tow package, and Firestone airbags.

The trailer...2012 Casita 17SD.

The Tacoma does a fine job. I tow in the mountains almost constantly and there's no lack of power. I have the factory sway bar but no wdh. Handles great in cross winds.
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Measurement from top of receiver to ground for Taco V6 AT5 4x4, and measurement from underside of Casita coupler to ground.

Can y'all help us out with this one?
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these look like the ones available for rent on base down here. there are a few guys in the Oklahoma thread who have rented it and had no problems towing. One was a first gen owner and the other a 2nd gen.
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Measurement from top of receiver to ground for Taco V6 AT5 4x4, and measurement from underside of Casita coupler to ground.

Can y'all help us out with this one?
If I remember right the distance from the top of the 2" ball to the ground should be 21 inches.

Casita has a website that answers a lot of questions. If you phone them they'll answer any questions you have. Nice people.
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