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Old 02-19-2014, 11:27 AM   #1
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class a toy hauler

Hello everyone. I am new to this site. My limited time on IRV2 has been very informative. Just got back from RV show in Rosemont Ill and was disappointed that they had very little to offer in class A toy haulers. Doesn't really matter anyway, cause I would most likely buy used. Can anyone provide any additional feedback on the newmar allstar. Everything I have read seems very positive and I know they are hard to find and have held their value pretty well. I prefer not to tow and have two large cruisers to go with my wife and I. Would also like to hear the negatives and any other alternatives.

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Here's a thread all about Class A Toy Haulers.
Class "A" Toyhaulers

The nationwide economic issue of 2008 changed things in the RV world, so there are MANY more used brands/models than are available new.

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I carry a golf cart and full dress Harley inside my class A. I am a fair weather rider and traveler. Traveling in good weather without a tow vehicle is nice. Since I became a Full Time RVer, I find it convenient towing my little truck to use for grocery shopping, trips to the laundry mat, and going out in the rain and nasty weather.

If one does not like towing a vehicle behind a Class A toy hauler, I suggest the Cyclone 5th Wheel toy hauler. Lots of floor plans to choose from and used ones available.
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