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Old 02-28-2016, 12:17 PM   #1
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Re: 2016 Cyclone

what are views on the cyclone toy haulers, we are interested in them and wondered on thoughts about them

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I had a 2008 cyclone 3912 and was very happy the day I sold it in 2011 after having just over $6000 in warranty work done to it. [moderator edit] I recently got married and my wife also has a toy hauler [moderator edit].

Several friends of mine had Cyclones over the years and most have moved on to other brands. Not one of the brands of RV's are perfect so be prepared to address problems and issues and go with the floor plan you like.

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What major problems did you have?
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so if not a cyclone/heartland any suggestions, or like it was said, just go with what you like in floor plans
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This thread has some good opinions of brand preferences.
Toy Hauler for full timing?
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Old 04-04-2016, 06:50 PM   #6
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We are on our 2nd Cyclone. First, give the Chinese tire bombs away!! Had a Happijack bed lift issue, but dealt directly with them. New wiring loom solved it. Our MSRP was $65K. I paid $48K, new. So I can afford to fix a whole lot of crap..and normally have the skills All RVs have issues. $500K Class A diesel pusher have the same probs))
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Thanks for all the input
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We have a 2014 Cyclone 4000 we fulltime in. We want buy another Heartland product. If I was looking today it would be at the DVR Fullhouse toy hauler or go big and get a New Horizon.

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Wink Keystone . . .

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what are views on the cyclone toy haulers, we are interested in them and wondered on thoughts about them
Heartland builds both Cyclone and Road Warrior TH's. We went with Keystone who makes Fuzion's & Raptors. We liked the Fuzion Chrome 420. Have worked through some warranty issues but am very happy with it. There is also Dutchman's Voltage too.

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