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Old 09-03-2005, 06:19 PM   #1
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Give some web sites or info on a toy hauler that can take two quads or a cruiser type motorcycle and a Honda Silver Wing.
I have towed a 32 ft. Cardinal with two slides and I want something smaller that I can get into the National Park C.G.'s and the boondocks.
I'm looking for floorplans and maufacturers.
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Old 09-03-2005, 06:19 PM   #2
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Give some web sites or info on a toy hauler that can take two quads or a cruiser type motorcycle and a Honda Silver Wing.
I have towed a 32 ft. Cardinal with two slides and I want something smaller that I can get into the National Park C.G.'s and the boondocks.
I'm looking for floorplans and maufacturers.
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Old 09-04-2005, 05:54 PM   #3
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Chet,

How small do you want to go, under 20' or in the 20's? Do you want a 5er or a pull? Didn't you get rid of your 5er for a slide in camper? I would think that Warrior or Rampage would have smaller pulls as well as a few others. We downsized from a 33' toyhauler to a 30' live in for the same reason. Getting into the Nat Parks with long trailers is starting to get impossible. Go to the links page on the site and just start looking at the different TH manufacturers. I'm sure you will find something there.

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Yep. I did downsize. But the spouse hates "climbing into the loft".
So, maybe a smaller TH.
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Old 09-06-2005, 07:44 PM   #5
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Chet:

Boondocks aren't a problem...but those NP's are...sure wish I could steer you in a good direction, but can you tell us what you're looking to what as far as slides and other buttt-scratchers?

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Chet,
Though call man. We all kinda got big ol' monsters here. They should call this the 30'+ forum. Any idea on manufactures or floor plans? The problem with THs is that every manufacture has jumped on the band-wagon, so there a sea of product.

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But how can you have a toyhauler with 2 or 3 bikes in the back ....
"..take two quads or a cruiser type motorcycle and a Honda Silver Wing. .."
... and not have a Loft bed??
That seems like a hard request to fill.

I know loft beds aren't for everyone, but it is hard to have a small rig with a couple big bikes in the back AND have a floor model bed in it.
For the size though, I would sure check out the floorplan and build of the WW FB2200 or other similar models from other manufacturers. I had one of those years ago, and 56Nomad and SandyFeet here have both had that model as well. Good layout and good build. And the reason I liked it so much was for the boondocking ability it gave us.
And County Parks??? We hit every one of them.
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OK...in an effort to keep this thread goin' (and we ARE in the TH forum, ain't we?!)...

I found the smallest TH I could find (after HOURS of searching, and searching, and searching)...



Not quite sure what he (she) did for ramps, but I figger that thing's gonna get about the same fuel mileage that I get towin' that honker SLC...I'd just make sure I check tire pressure a tad bit more often if I was he (she)...

Chet!!

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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">he (she)... </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

What's the matter there Sean? I thought you had more se?ability than that.

A mighty small toyhauler too I must say. Somehow I think the poster had something a little different in mind.
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Hey Tommy!! You're back!!

<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Somehow I think the poster had something a little different in mind. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

Hey now...I didn't make ANY reference to you on this one- must be your inferiority complex!!

And the he/she thing...you just never know anymore..
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Well, the last time I checked, "I" could still tell the difference! Whatsamatter?
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Well Tom...all I got to say to "don't judge a book by it's cover"...especially some honyock who puts his/her ATV on the top of a Geo!!

Wow...this discussion could get real interesting if we had some latitude, but poor ol Chet (a moderator!) is still trying to figure out how small a TH he can get!!

You silly goose...glad that Texas didn't take your sense of humor away!!
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Hey bud, we're here now. Sure is nice to sit and relax.
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Ain't it nice to finally get back home...can't tell you how many times I've had that feeling...just nuttin like it, until the DW wants to go OUT for dinner! (Geeezzz....ate out all week and you want to go out for DINNER?!)

Glad to have ya back!!

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