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Old 07-08-2009, 08:44 PM   #1
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Shorter ToyHaulers with garage?

What are some of the Toyhaulers out there that have a garage (preferably at least an 11' or 12' garage) that are under 35' in length? We currently have a Desert Fox 28' that we love, but have considered getting something different someday with a garage. Most everything we've seen that has a garage seems to be like 37' on up. We don't want something that large. Our " 28' " trailer is actually already 32' long. We don't mind a bumper pull or 5th wheel, just something with an 11' or longer garage, that isn't so darn long. And a Toyhauler that is heavy duty/well built that we can use for alot of off-road mountain trips, with enclosed tanks/4 seasons, extra insulation, etc. Thanks!

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Air Stream's new Pan American Toy Hauler might be something to look at!

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Old 07-10-2009, 02:13 PM   #3
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Interesting. Airstream's website shows that brand new offering from them, the PanAmerican, and the floorplan looks nice.

their website:

"... the 34-footer, which will retail for $80,000, while 25- and 30-foot units also may be in the pipeline ...."

Good catch on finding that Chiefneon.
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We have a 33' Raptor 5er with a 10' garage. So far it's met all our needs without a compromise. I have some E-track to add to the walls. Should help secure things a bit tidier.

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