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RE: Looking for a quality Toy hauler but discouraged.

One issue I have noticed is the failure to maintain their units. There isn't any trip that I haven't returned with a list of items to check and repair. On my 2015 Work and Play the bracket holding the water tank broke, the thermostat needs help , The fridge cover came loose. As I mentioned, working with a sturdy frame and body comes first for me, the appliances are all throw-away, made a cheap as possible items. Fun costs money. Im having fun, even having fun making repairs and showing pride in ownership. Heck, I hand waxed and compounded the whole rig. Which Work and Play do you have? We have the 2015 21UL and looking to upgrade but the newer ones don't seem to be built like a cargo trailer anymore. We have been extremely happy with the 21UL and have had no issues other than the small things like replacing the brake lights and the electric tongue jack. Even though the build quality of the older Work and Plays weren't stellar, they were better than a lot of other models and DEFINITELY seem to be better than the current generation.
Seagull843 11/24/20 07:53pm Toy Haulers
Work and Play quality decline? Upgrading from a W&P 21UL

What's up with the quality of the new Work and Play's? We have a 2015 Forest River Work and Play 21UL and looking to upgrade to a slightly larger toy hauler (one with a walk around bed) but the quality seems to have gone downhill. We bought the Work and Play b/c it seemed to have a better build quality but it seems this has changed. The most glaring evidence is with the roof. The 21UL roof is a one piece aluminum roof but the new Work and Plays seem to have the standard PVC-type material. I can't find much on the rest of the build quality of the new ones compared to the old ones. Does anyone know how the new ones compare? We're looking at the Forest River XLR Hyper Lite HD toy haulers which supposedly have metal studs instead of the wood studs found in the XLR Boost and other models like the Grey Wolfs.
Seagull843 11/24/20 07:48pm Toy Haulers
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