Haylett RV.com – Travel Trailer vs Fifth Wheel Comparison with Josh the RV Nerd Posted on August 27, 2019 chicago hotels Comparison dallas hotels Haylett hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas josh las vegas hotels nerd private jet rental property RV RVcom Trailer travel travel vlog vacation wheel 35 thoughts on “Haylett RV.com – Travel Trailer vs Fifth Wheel Comparison with Josh the RV Nerd” Great video! thank you for info. now i know what to look into for RV.Reply Thanks Josh….I can always count on you for straight answers. You are great.Reply It took me too long to figure out what you were pointing at. 😂 thanks for the analysisReply Great points and after having both types of rigs in the distant past we ended up with a class B plus. The simplest of all designs… smaller yes but we are just 2 small people. No problems backing up, unhitching, or turning. Can park in a normal parking lot or street, great for boondocking.Reply .Reply Hi, what a great video.Reply Great review. Thank you.Reply Thank u for ur Video… it is really useful.. what do u think I have small family.. we like to travel .. from ur experience is rv better or trailer..Reply Thanks for the quick reply. It is, however, true that if you purchase a 38-42 ft unit, it is much better as far as towing to have a 5th wheel correct? Travel trailers may not come longer than 38 feet so I may be misinformed.Reply Looking at purchasing a 5th wheel in the next year or so and would like to know if head room plays any factor in a 5th wheel vs a travel trailer? I know that having plenty of headroom just makes a home feel bigger. Is that true of a 5th wheel coach?Reply Hi Josh, I always appreciate your informative videos. It would be helpful if you would do a video on the different countertop materials and what to look for.Reply I have owned 3 travel trailers now I have my first 5th wheel. I think it would be hard for me to go back to a bumper pull again.Reply Hmm, my Dutchman 30 ft trailer weighs about 8,100 dry while our new 35 ft Artic Wolf fifthwheel weight about 8,300 dry. Seems to me another 5 feet on the Dutchman would make it heavier than my fifth wheel.Reply 24 half ton pick up owners disliked this videoReply You are awesome Josh! ThanksReply very informative thank you so much!Reply Enjoyed the video, I purchased a fifth wheel mainly for the safe superior towability. Being on the road with crazy traffic was a concern for me, stability and maneuverability is what sold me on it.Reply super helpful..thank you!Reply We bought our first RV, a Jayco popup, then a travel trailer from you guys. Popup was back in 1995, TT a few years later.Reply Can you do a video on class C towing? Specifically the smaller ones like the View or Melbourne. Thank you for all your info!Reply Great video. Really struggling with the decision between TT and Fifth Wheel. We have a Heavy Duty 3/4 ton Diesel pickup so can go either way. Looking for a RV no longer than 36 feet with a bedroom slide. Will use on a few long trips out west and annual trips to the south during the winter (lasting a few weeks) and occasional weekend camping. My number one concern is safety and ease of towing. Given the distance of our trips is a fifth wheel the way to go?Reply Very helpful, thank youReply Awesome awesome video. Thanks for the infoReply Good video josh as always. I'm about 2 year's from thinking about getting a 5th wheel toy huler dry camping . trailer is 10,344 empty 14,000 max. would like to also get a Razer 1000 5 seater. where a family of 6 . what kinda truck would I need to pull live in cal. Any help would be appreciated thanks.Reply Awesome video, thank you.Reply Great info great video thank you so much.Reply Good video! I think that if a person wants as close to a fifth wheel as you close can get without being a fifth wheel that would be the Jayco Eagle travel TT. I just bought a new F150 and forgot to check the towing weight. I was going to get a hybrid but now I'm getting a pop up. Before I spend 30 to 60 k for TT I need to find out if my wife can handle camping, since she is disabled. Thanks for the video's. Maybe you can do a good video on which TT is best for the Handicapped.Reply Very informative!Reply This is exactly the type of comparison I was looking for. You are very knowledgeable and very well spoken. Thanks Josh ! I getting ready to retire and trying to choose…. A, C, Trailer, 5th wheel !! WOW, so much !! Thank God for YouTube and people like you !! I wish I could ask you more questions !!!Reply Good stuff. Informative and straight to the point. Thank youReply Great job!Reply thank you for the information. It helped a lot for a guys trying to retire traveling with rv or trailerReply I agree with all comments. You are easily the best RV salesman on Youtube! You are honest, funny, and have great camera work and filming. Another great, informative video!Reply Great point about the 5th wheel interior steps. We're going to full-time and were sure we would go with a 5er. After spending several days going in and out of rigs shopping for the right one, we've changed to high end travel trailer. I have back issues and hubby has bad knees. Those couple steps don't seem like much until you think about how often you'll be using that restroom when living in it full-time!Reply You need to Google return on investment. The only "ROI" on any kind of RV is a negative one. Other than that good video.Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. 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