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Old 05-31-2006, 01:08 PM   #1
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Hello I am considering trading in my pop-up camper for a Toy hauler/travel trailer.
Looking for recomendations on model and brand....

Would like to keep the price under 20K. I have a family of 3 and 3 quads. I already own a 3/4 ton Dodge tow vehicle.

Saw these Hobbi toy haulers online. http://www.keystone-hobbi.com/ They seem to fit my needs and budget...any thoughts?

thanks
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Hello I am considering trading in my pop-up camper for a Toy hauler/travel trailer.
Looking for recomendations on model and brand....

Would like to keep the price under 20K. I have a family of 3 and 3 quads. I already own a 3/4 ton Dodge tow vehicle.

Saw these Hobbi toy haulers online. http://www.keystone-hobbi.com/ They seem to fit my needs and budget...any thoughts?

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Old 05-31-2006, 02:44 PM   #3
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nice little trailer. saw one at one of the dealers here. only problem I saw with it is you wont be able to latch the door open with the awning bars in the way.
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Well I don't think latching the door open will be a big issue.....Still looking at other models
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