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Old 07-08-2016, 02:59 PM   #1
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newbie here with toy hauler question

hello new here.rented a travel trailer last week to see if it would be something we would like to do.had looked years ago but decided we spent too much time boating so we stopped looking.thinking of looking for a used toy hauler . not too concerned with all the frills but want something in the 30-32 range and would prefer a better constructed unit . i have a diesel 2500 to tow with and not concerned about towing as i have a class a license.im looking for a tow behind and not a 5th wheeler at this time. so can you tell me some of the better brands as far as build quality. i have to go used to make sure this will work for us. thanks for any advice or ideas

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Old 07-08-2016, 10:52 PM   #2
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My last bumper tow toy hauler was a Coachman Adrenalin, 32 footer.

It pulled like a dream and you would have thought it was air ride it was so smooth.

Three axles is a must, they ride smoother and the stability cannot be beat.

Also the load factor on each axle is reduced, that helps in the tire heat department.

The only other toy hauler I've had was the fiver we recently departed with for our DP.

For the hauling capacity, and as you mentioned no frills but full function, the bumper pull wins hands down.

I could but never did, put six full size motor cycles in the Adrenalin, but only two in the fiver.

That Adrenalin model is very hard to find as I suppose people don't want to get rid of them. I'm sorry I don't have the exact model number handy now, but that's just one name and brand you may want to take a look at. I'm sure it would be the perfect example in your search to gauge your needs.


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2006 Adrenaline 314FS Toy Hauler.

Take a look at a few pictures of this trailer and you'll have IMHO, the best example to fulfill yours needs.

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