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Old 06-26-2014, 06:49 PM   #1
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Small divided toy hauler

I may be looking for the non-existent but I'm going to ask. I came across a 2005 Frost River TH that has a separate living area and garage. Most of the TH's I've seen have the garage overlapping with the living area to a certain degree. The idea of having a truly separate are for my intended purpose is ideal however the model I found is a 30' trailer and has a GVW a few thousand more than is ideal. What I'd like to get some insight on is what smaller trailers have a divided living/garage areas.

As of right now I have no tow vehicle, no toy, and no travel trailer so I can't give you an idea of what I need except to tell you I am hoping to use a TH to make a cross country move. Having a wall between the garage area will allow me to pack boxes in this area and not have to worry about them falling into the living area during transit. I would love to find something in the 22-26' range that has a 8'+ garage, GVW under 9000, and I only need sleeping accommodations for 4. Like I said, this may be impossible but if it is out there I'd like to know about it. If anyone knows of an older model that might be close to these specs please let me know. Thanks.

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Old 06-27-2014, 05:57 AM   #2
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Check out the Cruiser RV FunFinder X276.
9' garage, GVWR of 8k, right at 30'.
Honestly, I think your length may be unreasonable. 30' is NOT that long, I promise.

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Old 06-27-2014, 07:48 AM   #3
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Overall length or trailer length?
If you look at the Rubicon or Vengeance they are 34 all total but 29-30 interior. A weird one we had looked at was an Outback 27L. The problem was it is a side not a rear (overall I think is 31).
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