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5th wheel Toyhauler the right choice
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5onWheels
Posted 2012-01-26 4:41 PM (#7287)
Subject: 5th wheel Toyhauler the right choice


Well the title already says a lot.
I have been looking at many rigs and gathering Ideas. So far my plan looks like this.
5th wheel Toyhauler
10-12' Garage with a wall to the living quarters, ad a Children's room in the front part of the Garage.
1 or 2 slides
side bathroom, we just like it better then the walkthrough ones.
3 axles if possible

Reason for the the garage is not really big toys, more storage area. I have been doing ebay for almost 15 years and don't think I can stop. This way I have storage room for inventory and also a good place to put Bikes and stuff.

If someone has ideas or ??? just let us know.
Thanks
Mike
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margielundy
Posted 2012-01-26 8:50 PM (#7293 - in reply to #7287)
Subject: Re: 5th wheel Toyhauler the right choice





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They're sure awesome! We've toured some others recently and sure would love that space. But of course we don't actually need it. The kids think we'll upgrade one day, we're not so sure, we like ours awfully well. But I've seen some that do an office back there with storage space as well. So nice!
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Collierx6
Posted 2012-01-27 7:42 PM (#7294 - in reply to #7287)
Subject: Re: 5th wheel Toyhauler the right choice


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I LOVE our toy hauler. I can't complain about the space in the back that can be made into anything you need it to be! I have shelves in the back of ours and we use it for everything from clothes storage, to food storage. We are about to reconfigure it again to make it into bunk area for the kids, but need to make a foldable type bed so we can use it when we need to place the stock inside. WE don't have slide outs, but that is ok. I would love a Damon Class A, or a Super C, but for now, we are ok with the 31 footer.
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5onWheels
Posted 2012-01-28 3:48 PM (#7298 - in reply to #7294)
Subject: Re: 5th wheel Toyhauler the right choice


Collier, which Toyhauler do you have?
I would love to find all my requirements in a 5th Wheel Toyhauler under 35'.
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Collierx6
Posted 2012-01-31 6:19 PM (#7309 - in reply to #7287)
Subject: Re: 5th wheel Toyhauler the right choice


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I'm afraid we have a "Class C" Toy Hauler, not a 5er. Ours is a Fun Mover. Tanks are a bit small for our family's real needs, but we have learned how to work with what we have.
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5onWheels
Posted 2012-01-31 8:00 PM (#7312 - in reply to #7309)
Subject: Re: 5th wheel Toyhauler the right choice


Well we found one we liked. Does not mea it will be it, but heh it's getting closer to our dream.
King Size Bed, Large U-Bench, side Bathroom, 10' Garage (which will become part Kids-Room)

Vengeance 306V, made by Forest River, nice it is in the mid 30's.



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Collierx6
Posted 2012-01-31 8:59 PM (#7313 - in reply to #7287)
Subject: Re: 5th wheel Toyhauler the right choice


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VERY NICE!!!! Now is the time to just start watching! If you have the time to watch, you might find one real inexpensive.
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5onWheels
Posted 2012-02-01 6:01 AM (#7318 - in reply to #7313)
Subject: Re: 5th wheel Toyhauler the right choice


ups, just seen I did not write what is in the mid 30's. I meant the size. Price without Gen, should be able to get one under 30.
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Palmers Pilgrimage
Posted 2012-09-16 9:03 PM (#7635 - in reply to #7287)
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I know this is an old thread, but we have been looking into a toy hauler for a while now. We currently have a TT. The response we have gotten from salesmen is : they aren't built for full timing, they will fall apart and the garage isn't insulated enough and you will have heat/cold problems. Have any of you guys had these issues? Thanks!
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