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Old 11-14-2017, 09:29 AM   #1
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Choosing 19 - 24 ft toy hauler..

Most of what I read is about much larger toy haulers. Have a Yamaha wolverine side by side. will fit the shockwave 21 rqmx, the spyder 24fq, the stealth, and the omega weekend warrior ss1900. 116 long 63 wide 76 high leaving room of course for loading.

MOST of the time side by side will not travel with us. Have 1500 Ram V8 tow package and experienced hauling TT, boats, etc.

BIG QUESTION... Trying to find out quality of build is difficult. Understand lots of minor problems may occur but for example the weekend warrior have aluminum construction... loved the shockwave, and liked the quality of the spyder ‘that we could see’. So... would look forward to experienced comments or ‘other’ brand to look at... in Texas so Desert Fox, Lance, etc not readily available. Will be at deer lease, and more than several trips a year. Pretty handy on repairs.

Really appreciate comments plan a January buy. Of course my wife would like glass shower, generator, solar, auto stabilizers and hitch, ... now your thoughts please....
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Most of what I read is about much larger toy haulers. Have a Yamaha wolverine side by side. will fit the shockwave 21 rqmx, the spyder 24fq, the stealth, and the omega weekend warrior ss1900. 116 long 63 wide 76 high leaving room of course for loading.

MOST of the time side by side will not travel with us. Have 1500 Ram V8 tow package and experienced hauling TT, boats, etc.

BIG QUESTION... Trying to find out quality of build is difficult. Understand lots of minor problems may occur but for example the weekend warrior have aluminum construction... loved the shockwave, and liked the quality of the spyder ‘that we could see’. So... would look forward to experienced comments or ‘other’ brand to look at... in Texas so Desert Fox, Lance, etc not readily available. Will be at deer lease, and more than several trips a year. Pretty handy on repairs.

Really appreciate comments plan a January buy. Of course my wife would like glass shower, generator, solar, auto stabilizers and hitch, ... now your thoughts please....

Once you find a few you are considering, look for owners forums on the net or Facebook and see what the owners are talking about. If the Weekend Warrior you mention is the original company, they no longer own the WW trademark but advertise their “Warrior” product under the WW name. There is legal wrangling over that. Also, visit a few RV service centers to see if they would perform warranty work on that product. If you are speaking of the RV factory product of WW, I would put into the sales contract that they deliver the product to a facility as close to your home as possible where you will hire an RVIA certified level 2 inspector to perform a full top to bottom inspection of all components and systems. Prior to you writing that final check to them! The rig needs to pass the entire inspection and all re-inspections will be paid for by the RV Factory.

Good luck with your new purchase.
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