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Old 03-12-2015, 12:58 AM   #1
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Toy Hauler with small seperate garage under 12' tall?

Who makes a quality bumper pull Toy Hauler 32' or less in length, under 12' tall (including AC), with a small separate garage that can double as kids bedroom? Garage only needs to be big enough to haul (1) 4 wheeler since I can haul 2 on the back of my truck.
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Old 03-14-2015, 04:19 AM   #2
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Have you looked at Work & Play by Forest River.
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Not just the Work and Play, but also the XLR Hyper Lite, and Evergreen AMPED both make a very nice bumper pull unit.
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I actually was just looking at the Forest River XLR Hyperlite and Work and Play last night online. I remember seeing an XLR Hyperlite in person at a dealership somewhere a few years back and liking it, but also remember it being a concern how low they were to the ground with especially minimal ground clearance where the tanks drain. I also get leery of the '1/2 ton towable', 'Light' toy haulers. I wonder where the weight is being sacrificed from and if they'll be heavy duty enough to hold up to the offroad, backwoods type camping we often do.


I looked up the Amped toy haulers, but they are too tall and long.
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K-Z Recreational Vehicles: Sportsmen® Classic Travel Trailer Toy Hauler

this may be too big for you but it is worth a look
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One of KZ's MXT models has a separate garage and is under 12' tall, but around 35' long. I've never been able to find a place to see these in person though. I'm in S.E. WA state. The nearest dealer is in Hayden, ID, and they say they don't have them.
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I liked the floor plan idea of the Keystone Kargaroo with a front side door/ramp that opened up to a small garage/kids bedroom in the front, big enough to haul one 4-wheeler. But it didn't have much at all for storage, and seemed pretty flimsy construction and finish wise.
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Try looking at the Keystone Carbon. They come in different lengths and several have the separate garage with 2 queen bunks. We own the Carbon 31 and love it.
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I liked the floor plan idea of the Keystone Kargaroo with a front side door/ramp that opened up to a small garage/kids bedroom in the front, big enough to haul one 4-wheeler. But it didn't have much at all for storage, and seemed pretty flimsy construction and finish wise.

We looked at the Fuzions and Raptors and liked them before deciding on a 5th wheel. A friend had a Work and Play, personally I much preferred the Raptor or Fuzion. The Work and Plays are heavy. My friends new F250 needed airbags and squatted way lower than my 35 foot 5th wheel without air bags. His Work and Play was around 25 feet. I'd recommend a separate garage, that was the one thing my friend regretted not getting as soon as he bought it.
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Ended up getting a new Nash bumper pull camp trailer and Diamond Back ATV carrier on the back of my truck to haul the 4 wheelers. Thanks.
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