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RE: Small Family hauler- HELP!

I think I've said it before, but here it is again. Wife has a Grand Cherokee. Nice little rig. I would not want to hook onto any toy hauler with it unless you call a 3 rail dirt bike trailer a toy hauler.
Mmaxed 08/12/19 10:00am Toy Haulers
RE: The "three"happiest days...

We kinda had the opposite happen when we bought our Fuzion. We had saved enough to pay cash, but when trying to get the price we wanted were a couple thousand apart. I finally told the wife "let's go and think about it. That prompted the dealer to come back at our price if we would finance through them and not pay off the note for at least 6 months so that they could get the kick back. Worked for both of us.
Mmaxed 08/02/19 08:43am General RVing Issues
RE: Help with finding 5th Wheel floor plan

OK I understand reason no 1 for the kids wandering about. However the fuel smell is a non issue if you take some care with the toys that ride in the garage. We have a 2009 Fuzion that we have never had a fuel smell in the garage. Wife's quad is a fuelly and I always shut the fuel off on the bike and run it a little before loading. The bigger annoyance is tire smell, but unloading and opening it up for a while takes care of it.
Mmaxed 07/11/19 07:33am Toy Haulers
RE: When does a TH become too big??

We boon dock in the mountains and tried to stay as close to 30' as possible when we bought ours. Wound up at 34+' but it worked well. Shortly after a friend bought a 40 footer. Too much. Not sure if it would matter to you, but that horse trailer wouldn't go in many of our spots without dragging. Sits way too low. That's another thing we looked closely at when buying. Clearance and overhang. Some of the spots we camp drop off fairly steep from the road. I guess it all depends on where you wind up going. Hope you enjoy the journey, where ever it may be.
Mmaxed 06/10/19 02:39pm Toy Haulers
RE: Single axle a SUV?

Wife has a Grand Cherokee. Nice little rig. I would never put even the smallest toy hauler behind it.
Mmaxed 04/25/19 04:33pm Toy Haulers
RE: Seven weeks on the road...1/2/3/4/5/6/7..and home

Thanks, Gary for letting us go along on your trip. Beats the heck out of driving in the left lane or over nighting at rest stop BS.
Mmaxed 02/19/19 08:59am General RVing Issues
RE: What 5r (ToyHauler) do you own?

Older than most reporting, 2009 Fuzion 302. IF I knew the new ones were as good I would definitely recommend.
Mmaxed 01/25/19 10:07am Toy Haulers
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