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Old 08-03-2015, 06:25 PM   #1
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Just starting to look...need ideas

Hello, I have just started looking for an RV and have decided to go with a TH. I will be doing both boondocking and campground camping. What are some ideas as to what I should get a 5th wheel, Class A Outlaw and both Super and C Outlaw for what I will be doing? I know a lot is up to what I like but would like to get your imput to your pros and cons on different units. I will not be fulltime but will be doing several trips both long and short while spending different amounts of time at locations.

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Old 08-04-2015, 12:07 AM   #2
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If you get a Class A or C, you may want a toad for off-road, bad weather and when motorcycle riding is not practical.
With a 5th Wheel you have a truck for commuting around when in a campground.
A toad and truck both can be used for carrying extra stuff.
If you plan to use your RV less than 4K miles a year, then I recommend a 5th wheel as the truck to tow it can be used work and commuting. A parked Class A & C is expensive in insurance, registration and maintenance costs just sitting in storage.
In 5th wheels, check out the Cyclone as they come in many lengths and floor plans.

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Old 08-04-2015, 08:09 AM   #3
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what dogdaddy said ..tesla,,raptor ,fuzion ,,,what every u get dont rush it ..and from a rep dealer ..we have a raptor 395 love it ,,tesla was my first pick but was over ruled lol what moma wants she gets
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Towable Toy Hauler's are very nice, but you need a big truck to tow the better ones due to weight of the loaded rig. That makes your daily driver a big truck with all the big truck issues (MPG, parking, cost, etc.).

The Class C Outlaw (29H) is VERY affordable and gives many options. If they had made that RV about 10 years ago, I would have had one (have now, moved up to Class A). Can tow a small car with no problem AND fill the garage with toys. The garage becomes a multi-purpose room when unloaded and the ramp is rigged to be used as a deck/patio, with awning.

The Super C Outlaw (35SG) has been discontinued. A VERY nice RV that is still on some dealer lots at this time as 2015 models, with 10,000LB towing capability (F550 cab/chassis and Powerstroke Diesel).
I believe is was discontinued because the Super C was too close to the Class A for price point and with that tow capacity, you could just get a normal floorplan Super C (FourWinds or Chateau Super C) and bring the toys in a big trailer behind it:
2016 Four Winds Super C Motorhomes by Thor Motor Coach
2016 Chateau Super C RV: Class A Diesel RV by Thor Motor Coach

The Class A Outlaw makes the "A" mean awesome! It has everything we want in a RV. Tow a car - and - fill the garage with other toys. The garage on these RV's becomes a multi-purpose room when unloaded also and comes with the ramp set-up as a patio/party deck with awning too.
It has a gas engine, so it currently has a 8,500lb tow capacity. If anyone wants to tow more than that, it would not work...but there are no currently made Class A toy Haulers with any better towing specs.

Best luck
Kim and Steve, Mustang LCDR (USCG Ret), Outlaw #1193
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