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Old 06-22-2016, 11:00 AM   #1
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Toyhauler withOUT a bed,etc. in garage area?

Do they make such an animal? We need to haul a flat top grill and golf cart, will never use an extra bed. All i see online have pulldown beds
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Our KZ (sold) did not have a bed. It was an option but the same as you we had no need for it. We carried a grill and a motorcycle.
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Are you looking for a trailer or 5th wheel? New or used?

Look at Desert Fox and Sand Sport for two, there are many others to chose from.
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Yes, Ours does not have the optional drop-down bunks.
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It can be an option or standard equipment...and all of them are bolted to the wall or drop tracks. Just unbolt them (but store them for resale).

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Do they make such an animal? We need to haul a flat top grill and golf cart, will never use an extra bed. All i see online have pulldown beds
Most, at least those I've seen, store these up in the ceiling so they are out of the way. Mine leave a clearance of 75" so whether I use them or not, we do for friends to stay over that visit, they are up and out of the way.
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Do they make such an animal? We need to haul a flat top grill and golf cart, will never use an extra bed. All i see online have pulldown beds

Yes, most TH garages have a bed mounted on an electric lift frame, so the bed can be raised, lowered. I also would never use or need the garage bed
, so I removed it. It was easy to take out by pulling 4 pins, the entire bed & frame came off the lift in my Raptor TH. Now I have 6 more inches of headroom when I ride the Harley or ATV into the garage area.
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