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RE: Can I tow this? Rig Setup with statistics here

You'll be at your limit's towing for sure. It helps that you will have your weight distributing hitch to shift some of that weight to the front of you TV and hopefully an anti sway bar too! I would advise air bags as well.
Dirtclods 05/28/20 02:50pm Toy Haulers
RE: Toy Hauler Ramp Door Frame Separating

My buddies 2007 attitude had the same issue even thought it wasn't a warranty item and it was years after he bought it they took care of it. Fleetwood went bankrupt years ago and emerged as a motorhome-only company. They wouldn't talk to me about my trailer when I tried to get some info. Gotcha as said these things are built so fast and cheaply their is No quality control.
Dirtclods 05/27/20 04:15pm Toy Haulers
RE: Toy Hauler Ramp Door Frame Separating

My buddies 2007 attitude had the same issue even thought it wasn't a warranty item and it was years after he bought it they took care of it.
Dirtclods 05/27/20 10:21am Toy Haulers
RE: new style toyhauler, not for everyone

Looks like a decent choice if outside space is more important than living space. Not my choice, but it certainly would work. My thoughts as well. Nice to have options to the typical behemoth toy hauler. In addition to living space, having your toys exposed to the elements is a major consideration. Most of the smaller Toyhaulers leave their toys outside anyways while their camping.
Dirtclods 05/09/20 08:40pm Toy Haulers
RE: Maybe trade for lighter unit

2007 Dodge Ram 1500 5.7 My average around town 10 miles a gallon. Pulling the trailer full 6.7 I had a tailwind one time and I was getting 20 miles a gallon while pulling for about ten miles or so then it dropped back down. 2007 19'Ft Attitude dry weight 5,700 Loaded 7.200
Dirtclods 04/12/20 03:30pm Toy Haulers
Watcha working on?

I pulled out an old 1998 YZ 400 I'm in the midst of a carburetor clean up and awaiting a float valve needle. Minor adjustment to the chain and checked filled fluids, aired up the tires, cleaned out the gas tank. It's been sitting for a few years!!!
Dirtclods 04/10/20 01:45pm Toy Haulers
RE: Some ATV rules Help

Our rzr is licensed for on road/off road in WA. For several years Arizona has reciprocated other state ohv licenses, but in 2019 they passed a law that all non-residents had to buy an ohv decal for $25 to be legal in AZ. That is for street or desert riding. Just a correction ~ (That is for street or desert riding) NO!! If your already plated say in CA you do not need to buy a ovh decal https://azstateparks.com/ohv-registration ------------------------------------------------------------------- From what I read, it looks to me like out of state residents need to purchase a non-resident decal regardless if the ATV is licensed in other states, or not. Non-Resident Riders Nonresident OHV Decal As of Sept. 1, 2019, the state of Arizona requires nonresidents wanting to operate their OHV within the state to purchase a nonresident OHV decal. The decal must be purchased prior to riding an OHV within the state. If your plated No. Key word ~ (their OHV) = What is an OHV, or Off-Highway Vehicle? An off-highway vehicle (OHV) is a type of vehicle designed specifically for off-road use. Some can be driven on the road, but the vast majority of drivers reserve their OHVs for recreating in places that regular vehicles cannot go. Going Where Most Vehicles Cannot According to AZ law that I quoted above, a non-resident must purchase an OHV decal to ride off road. Nowhere does it say having an out of state plate exempts the OHV from requiring this decal. You have not shown me otherwise. Nope if you have a license plate you don't need their permit. Have you ever been off roading in AZ I have and No issues.
Dirtclods 04/09/20 01:35pm Toy Haulers
RE: Some ATV rules Help

Our rzr is licensed for on road/off road in WA. For several years Arizona has reciprocated other state ohv licenses, but in 2019 they passed a law that all non-residents had to buy an ohv decal for $25 to be legal in AZ. That is for street or desert riding. Just a correction ~ (That is for street or desert riding) NO!! If your already plated say in CA you do not need to buy a ovh decal https://azstateparks.com/ohv-registration ------------------------------------------------------------------- From what I read, it looks to me like out of state residents need to purchase a non-resident decal regardless if the ATV is licensed in other states, or not. Non-Resident Riders Nonresident OHV Decal As of Sept. 1, 2019, the state of Arizona requires nonresidents wanting to operate their OHV within the state to purchase a nonresident OHV decal. The decal must be purchased prior to riding an OHV within the state. If your plated No. Key word ~ (their OHV) = What is an OHV, or Off-Highway Vehicle? An off-highway vehicle (OHV) is a type of vehicle designed specifically for off-road use. Some can be driven on the road, but the vast majority of drivers reserve their OHVs for recreating in places that regular vehicles cannot go. Going Where Most Vehicles Cannot
Dirtclods 04/08/20 11:43pm Toy Haulers
RE: Some ATV rules Help

Our rzr is licensed for on road/off road in WA. For several years Arizona has reciprocated other state ohv licenses, but in 2019 they passed a law that all non-residents had to buy an ohv decal for $25 to be legal in AZ. That is for street or desert riding. Just a correction ~ (That is for street or desert riding) NO!! If your already plated say in CA you do not need to buy a ovh decal https://azstateparks.com/ohv-registration ------------------------------------------------------------------- From what I read, it looks to me like out of state residents need to purchase a non-resident decal regardless if the ATV is licensed in other states, or not. Non-Resident Riders Nonresident OHV Decal As of Sept. 1, 2019, the state of Arizona requires nonresidents wanting to operate their OHV within the state to purchase a nonresident OHV decal. The decal must be purchased prior to riding an OHV within the state. If your plated No.
Dirtclods 04/06/20 02:36pm Toy Haulers
RE: Some ATV rules Help

Our rzr is licensed for on road/off road in WA. For several years Arizona has reciprocated other state ohv licenses, but in 2019 they passed a law that all non-residents had to buy an ohv decal for $25 to be legal in AZ. That is for street or desert riding. Just a correction ~ (That is for street or desert riding) NO!! If your already plated say in CA you do not need to buy a ovh decal https://azstateparks.com/ohv-registration
Dirtclods 04/05/20 10:14pm Toy Haulers
RE: We are gonna go camping!

Blackdiamond ~ride Hysteria, Love that area!
Dirtclods 03/29/20 12:23pm Toy Haulers
RE: Wobbly Dinnette Table - How to fix?

The bases crack making it even more wobbly!!! I've replaced my bases and I don't travel with the table up anymore!
Dirtclods 03/28/20 08:45am Toy Haulers
RE: Wobbly Dinnette Table - How to fix?

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Dirtclods 03/28/20 08:44am Toy Haulers
RE: Off Road Riding Spots (with coordinates)

The fastest way to ruin the good places in the outdoors is to publicize them. Show the coordinates, give directions and photos, and the next time you go there you won't be able to recognize it. Stop it. Oh please. This thread is 14 years old. We still recognize it. If anything, the responsibility and ethics of the riders have improved over the years and these spots look better now than they did 14 years ago. Everyone knows the "secrets" spots.
Dirtclods 03/27/20 07:12pm Toy Haulers
RE: Stewards Volunteers are no longer allowed

Thank you, nayther In California it's very limited to where you can go off roading. In many other states it's promoted. But not in California and we're loosing more ground every year.
Dirtclods 03/26/20 05:17pm Toy Haulers
RE: Off Road Riding Spots (with coordinates)

Yes sir you definitely do get an education of the democracy of B.S. when it comes to keeping our land open for all of us. Most other states welcome off roaders.
Dirtclods 03/26/20 12:27pm Toy Haulers
RE: Off Road Riding Spots (with coordinates)

Great post Nayter I used to love to ride the other side where it's all fenced off now for the "tortoises" . Kind of like the Barstow to Vegas corridor that Senator Dianne Feinstein closed down ~ said to protect the "tortoises" but then.... U.S Army used it for Tank Maneuers?
Dirtclods 03/25/20 11:33pm Toy Haulers
RE: Off Road Riding Spots (with coordinates)

At some point in time the enviromist are going to say their ruining the desert. I'm suprized that their's not one for Norm I haven't been to the site for a couple of years.
Dirtclods 03/24/20 01:22pm Toy Haulers
RE: Off Road Riding Spots (with coordinates)

I found Tonka Town without GPS now I'm going to try to find the fresh water gold fish pond out there.
Dirtclods 03/24/20 12:12pm Toy Haulers
RE: Off Road Riding Spots (with coordinates)

Just FYI for those of you that don't have a GPS you can just use google it'll map it out for you. Just enter the GPS Coordinates like this N 35 12.951 W 117.059 The H U S K Y M O N U M E N T
Dirtclods 03/24/20 11:49am Toy Haulers
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