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Old 03-15-2015, 04:41 PM   #1
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Looking at used toy haulers

I am looking to purchase a toy hauler. Right now on the table are a 2006 Jayco Octane ZX 24', a 2004 Fleetwood Redline 23', and a 2003 National BlazeN 31'. All units are pretty nice. They each have their own pros and cons for us. I am looking to see if anyone here has more information or personal experience with these. TIA

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I would eliminate anything that has wood framing, including on the ramp or water damage.
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Well I think we found our trailer, its a 2005 Weekend Warrior FS3000. Yes I know about the issues with WW trailers, saw NO signs of any of those issues. Checked against a PDI check list, everything its very well kept. Only thing would be the awing has a small hole in it. Other than that the trailer checks out great.
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Well I think we found our trailer, its a 2005 Weekend Warrior FS3000. Yes I know about the issues with WW trailers, saw NO signs of any of those issues. Checked against a PDI check list, everything its very well kept. Only thing would be the awing has a small hole in it. Other than that the trailer checks out great.
As long as your happy with your choice. If the roof needs attention, consider DIY EPDM Roof Coating.
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When you replace the awning, it will last longer if you add Alumaguard or Uniguard to protect it from abuse and UV rays.
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As long as your happy with your choice. If the roof needs attention, consider DIY EPDM Roof Coating.
EPDM Coatings - Liquid EPDM Rubber Roof Coatings For Roof Leaks
When you replace the awning, it will last longer if you add Alumaguard or Uniguard to protect it from abuse and UV rays.

It is a really nice trailer. Amazing at some of the things that get past your eyes when you are really looking in to everything. Since bringing it home, and going through it. I have noticed spots were the sealant seems to be wearing down. No leaks at all, really just looks like it needs renewed. Would regular caulk sealant work? Needs in some edges of the trailer, and a window or 2 looks like it could be redone.
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