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Old 09-23-2017, 05:19 PM   #1
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Safari Simba toyhauler

Does anyone have first hand experience or knowledge of the class A Safari Simba 38sbs toyhauler? In our search for another Motorhome we can across this one & it's really caught our interest. We carry 4-5 bikes with us & the toyhauler would be great for the bikes. As well as, a golf cart to EAA Airventure. But it's not near us so we are curious on it's driving habits, sway or not, how loud inside with a FRED. And any other information you have. Thanks!!!
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Old 09-24-2017, 01:34 AM   #2
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The Simba SBS ToyHauler is rather rare, so there might not be any experience here.

I'll submit that the Safari line, from the old Monaco brand had a lift gate to load the garage vs. a ramp. This could be a problem if the house batteries get weak.

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The SBS typically has a mid-ship drop down bunk.

The FRED used a 5.9L or 6.7L Cummins with an Allison transmission. It was a good set-up, but was never a super powerhouse. Noise is not a big problem, because it was basically the same engine used in the Dodge pick-up of the same model year.

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