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Rye_a

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Posted: 06/04/20 02:48pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If you could own any brand of toy hauler what would it be?

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Probably a DRV Luxury Suites Full House (based on your question, I can only assume "money being no object")


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Hmmm... maybe I should include some caveats. How about $100k and less?

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Posted: 06/04/20 03:52pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

A new leftover 2019 or a used 2017-2018, same brand

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They're all under $100k with the appropriate price reductions. Mine was listed $109 and we got it for $77. I've seen Cyclones in the low to mid $80s.


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I’m a Winnebago fan.


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Posted: 06/04/20 06:37pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Not a fan of snow so a 3 season is good for us.

I like the ATC all aluminum toyhaulers. We almost bought the 28' front bedroom. They are quite stout. I like that you could hose them out on the inside.

We also came very close to a loaded Winnebago view and a double axle cargo trailer for the toys but this setup was just too long.

In the end, we decided to do some much needed work on old reliable and use it for a few more years.

Here is what I learned; Maintenance. Without constant maintenance these RV's have a short lifespan. I also learned that Chinese tires are not that bad if you take care of them. I'm on my 5th set in 15 years. I had one blow out on the original Carlisle but other than that...


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Howdy!

I would start with DRV Fullhouse, after that I would go custom build with New Horizon.

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