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Old 08-09-2015, 07:11 PM   #1
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Looking for a new full time TH

I new to the forum so bare with me on this. I am looking to buy a full time bumper tow toy hauler. I can not pull a 5th wheel due to the fact I have a lifted truck and I don't care to get into lifting the trailer. I would like to keep it between 30 to 40 foot range maybe bigger. I definitely want a separate garage/cargo area.
The toy hauler would be used to live in full time for about 2 years while I am moved around the Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi area for work. It would be used to sleep 1 adult and (2) 100 pound dogs. I am looking to keep a motorcycle, atv, and a gun safe in the cargo area.

I have been looking at:
Forest River- Nitro XLR
Work and Play
Keystone- Impact
Dutchmen- Razorback
Heartland- Edge
Gulfstream- wide open
Jayco- octane

I know 2 air conditioners is a must and I would like an open floor plan. Any help is a appreciated. Thanks

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I would give Brannon a call at Jeff Couchs RV Nation and have them quote the XLR. XLR makes a great TH and they stand behind every unit they manufacture.


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thought of a class a or c TH that you could tow your truck behind ?
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