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RE: Fuzion Pivoting Wall

Thanks for the reply. The wall was in the position it would be in if you were watching TV. I had put some wood wedges under the bottom to help hold it while going down road but that didn't help I guess. We have used ours a lot we are full timers so it is home. We have been to Alaska and back , the Outer Banks, Down to Baja Mexico, Quartsite AZ several times with no problem. I have hauled every thing from Harleys to a Polaris Razor, no problem. make one short trip of 100 miles and it come apart. I will check out the Keystone site Thanks. I do not know how Insurance adjuster is going to know what to do. They will probably say manufacture defect and not pay, I do not have much faith in insurance companies.
gbsb 07/21/19 06:05am Toy Haulers
Fuzion Pivoting Wall

I have a 2010 Keystone Fuzion FZ 383. A small car pulled out in front of me and I did a panic stop. When I got to the campground I discovered the pivoting wall in the back had ripped loose from the hinges and hit the floor and the slide out that was in. Has any one had this problem. The wall goes all the way across the back and I can not push it back up. I think the 383 is the only toy hauler with this set up.
gbsb 07/20/19 03:23pm Toy Haulers
RE: 383 Fuzion Touring Edition 11

That is the case with ours the garage area is not insulated in the floor. There is two fuel tanks under the floor so it is not insulated and not enclosed. we do have area rugs in our garage area to cover the rubber floor.
gbsb 06/16/19 03:20pm Toy Haulers
383 Fuzion Touring Edition 11

We bought our toy hauler in 2010 before we retired. I wanted to take the Harley with us when we traveled after retirement. It has been a good rig over the years and now has about 50,000 miles give or take. Very minor repairs and it has performed well. I some how have gotten old and stopped ridding a bike, bad knees, bad back , etc... We full time in our toy hauler and plan on keeping it even though we no longer have a toy. We bought new living room furniture for Christmas and man was it easy to put in, just lower the back door. Plus bigger every thing, water tanks, water heater, built in generator, extra fuel on board. Hell Yeah for toy haulers.
gbsb 06/14/19 06:24pm Toy Haulers
RE: Goose Neck Adapter

Got that right. Did not mean to bring up a old subject, sorry. Juust trying to be helpful.
gbsb 06/10/19 07:45am Toy Haulers
RE: Gap Coverage Needed-- Jul-Aug 2019 at Wolf Creek NFH

Do you allow Husband and Wives to work same days/hours ?
gbsb 06/10/19 07:43am Workamping Forum
Goose Neck Adapter

I have a 2010 Fuzion FZ383 Toy hauler 40 f00t 3 axles. I had a Flatbed installed on my F450 Ford. Because it set to tall I went with a gooseneck adapter to pull with. Long story made short after 2 years the Ford gave up the ghost and I have a Ram 3500 now with the puck system for a hitch. I installed a 25000 pound B&W Companion hitch and went to hook up 5th wheel. Removed the adapter and discovered the pin box was bent, I had to replace the pin box on the 5th wheel. Just a little information for any one thinking of using a gooseneck adapter. Think long and hard about it , I haven't found any more damage that it caused yet.
gbsb 06/10/19 07:29am Toy Haulers
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