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Old 12-03-2018, 10:52 AM   #1
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Below floor Garage toy hauler

We are looking to transition from our motor home to an under floor garage toy hauler to bring our motorcycle with us. We are looking at the Momentum 376TH and the Jaco Northpoint 385THWS. Any input would be appreciated. Thank you!

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Old 12-05-2018, 07:04 PM   #2
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I love the design of the new "Under the bedroom floor" toy haulers; nice to have the living space inside without having to take the bike out. I'm a little surprised that no one has thought of this prior to the last couple of years, it seems like a perfect compromise.

We decided to go with the Cedar Creek Silverback 37RTH after looking at several of the others, you may want to check it out in your research. I like the positioning of the entry door on the CC, and the fact you can access the bathroom and the bedroom without having to open a slide. It has other nice features, like the toolbox drawers in the garage. I also love the layout of the front living room and kitchen.

We placed our order for ours on November 1st and are hoping to take delivery next week, so we are pretty excited right now to see it!

Good luck with your decision, hopefully I will be able to provide more first hand experience soon!

Edit: I forgot to mention that we are also going from a class A motorhome to a fifth wheel. It just seems to be a better choice for what we enjoy doing.

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Old 12-05-2018, 07:08 PM   #3
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Putting the toys inside the RV is the best point to this style RV.

Nothing competes with that. No extra trailer with the extra equipment/maint/cost.

When the area for the toy is unloaded, it becomes a dual purpose spaces to secure items for easy access and security.

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We are very happy with Grand Design. Dig in, look inside cabinets, underneath, etc. & See what you think. I think you will find they are nice rigs. They put thought into the designs such as duct work that isn't in the floor. Nice units.
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