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Quick stop at the bank...

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It's really amazing how easily the roof/canapy/cover came down. It's either poor building or awesome Cummins power. Guess which one I think it is!!!!! B) :thumbsup

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It is the kinetic energy in the combination and the trailer not tearing out as a wood framing would do. That fiberglass is strong, but as it started down it gave wayThe canopy was designed for wind load not trailer load, bet the insurance rates go up and the razzing lasts a long time.keydl

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Keydl is so right...The canopy was designed to hold downward weight forces not being stuck from the side by a big 5th wheel trailer... But it shows how easy it is to forget that the big monster is behind you when driving a Dodge Cummins... I heard more that once from people saying that "you can't even feel the trailer back there!" :confused

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