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Old 06-12-2007, 07:00 AM   #1
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Shopping around for toyhaulers. Wild Thing is more classy, seems better built and dealer Saddleback is blowing them out. They said the market is very crowded. Seems like an opportunity. Anyone know about Wild Thing?
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Shopping around for toyhaulers. Wild Thing is more classy, seems better built and dealer Saddleback is blowing them out. They said the market is very crowded. Seems like an opportunity. Anyone know about Wild Thing?
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Gosh c6jerry: no idea about the "Wild Thing" TH....hope fully someone around here does! But I wanted to welcome you to iRV2!! Happy Trails!
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Old 06-16-2007, 06:57 AM   #4
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Hmm...I have shopped around at most of the dealers for TH's. I keep coming back to the Wild Thing. It's light (6,000 lb for 26'), better rear door, better seats (much better!), made by Thor and seems to be better constructed. The only dealer I can find around here, Saddleback, is blowing them out, so the prices are the same as for some of the cheaper ones. Why doesn't anyone know about these?
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We looked at one at the Pomona show a while back, talked to the owner/builder. Nice rig, well made but a compromise between towability and roominess. We chose roominess and went with a Ragen 5er
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