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Old 06-17-2013, 09:20 AM   #15
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Google Newmar Allstar toy hauler. I think it was 2007-2009 they made a mid engine toy hauler that was really neat.
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Update...we have discovered that Peterson Industries, the manufacturer of Excel, has a powerlift package for their 5th wheels. We might have found our solution. The bike will be exposed to whatever the weather and road throws at it, but we won't have to compromise living space. Thanks everyone, for your input and ideas. It was good "food for thought".
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Update...we have discovered that Peterson Industries, the manufacturer of Excel, has a powerlift package for their 5th wheels. We might have found our solution. The bike will be exposed to whatever the weather and road throws at it, but we won't have to compromise living space. Thanks everyone, for your input and ideas. It was good "food for thought".
Wow, glad you found your solution! When you have time, could you share the specifics, I'd love to learn what other options there are out there when I wear out my TH.

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Here is a link to the thread where I received great information. We have decided on an Excel. Haven't narrowed down which model yet, but are convinced the combination of their quality, the powerlift option and the floorplan which allows us to access the bathroom/kitchen/bedroom while making quick roadside stops, is the all around best choice for us. I guess you could say we are "happy campers!"

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Abbie,
we just took possession of a brand new Excel 37 RKM. We ordered it with the Hydralift and it looks great and well built. We haven't put the Harley Electra Glide on it yet but when we do I'd be happy to share our thoughts. PM me if you are interested

Good luck on your decision, you will love the Excel.
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