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Old 07-25-2016, 09:00 PM   #15
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example 2 narrow ramps could store on wall mounts.
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Check out this thread. Made an Scamper into a toy hauler.


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I think it is a dumb idea!! But then I would not want a toy hauler anyway. Why not just tow a toy?
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this is interesting for a tilt and folding ramp door.
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I think it is a dumb idea!! But then I would not want a toy hauler anyway. Why not just tow a toy?
Not dumb at all...a Toy Hauler motorhome allows the toys, or kennels, or crafts, or anything else to be in the finished garage. AND that RV can tow a car or boat.

And at the destination , the finished garage becomes a multi-purpose room for whatever you like.

A dedicated rear bedroom is the real waste of the valuable RV floor space. We could never accept that...but understand that the majority does

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The garage of our 5er toy hauler was used for storage and extra pantyr when we stopped and the toys were outside.
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