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Old 10-08-2013, 06:11 PM   #1
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Toy hauler sugestions

Hello toy hauler owners. I have questions y'all can help wife and I with. We both teach and are looking to upgrade our 35' sportsmen TT to something little more comfortable to spend a week at Thanksgiving, 2 at Christmas and all summer camping in. We were looking at a couple different 5ths but I started to think at some places we may stay longer at might be nice to take jet skis or a golf cart. So that got me to thinking about a Hauler. We are going to go look around this weekend but thought y'all might be able to give some suggestions. The thought was turn the garage into a living room when camped. Not real hip on the facing couches I had seen. but might put in a couch and couple chairs that move out of the way when hauling and a larger TV back there. Would also like A/C and heat in garage/living room. prefer the ramps that can go horizontal to ground and be a patio. are there any that the ramp can stay down and still be secure like a pull down door or something. 1/2 bad in back. And king bed in bedroom. I am sure it is asking a lot and more we will want but starting the look.... Thanks
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Old 10-09-2013, 06:24 PM   #2
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I have a Class A Toy Hauler, BUT if I was to go 5th wheel,I would choose the Heartland CYCLONE Many floor plans and lengths to choose from
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I agree with a Cyclone. I full time in mine. Lots of room in most floor plans. The garage area can come in different sizes. I would recommend the 12 foot garage. The 10 is a little small. With the 12, you can easily put in a TV. The side facing couches in the garage are actually really nice to have dinner or open the back, pull down the screen and enjoy the view. The King bed is nice, but remember you give up a lot of floor space with it. After looking at a King, we descided that the walk space is more important than the King. We went with a normal size Queen. Like any new RV purchase, shop around and look at the many different floor plans.
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