I plan on going full time in 18 months and want to take all my toys. I would either have to go with a stacker and more powerful coach or a separate tow vehicle and trailer. I already have the dually and can get a 36' box trailer for half the price of a stacker. I was going to just take the motorcycle back to get the truck and trailer and move it to the next location as we will only move short distances every 3-4 months. Has anyone else traveled this way and what problems if any have you encountered. Thanks for any input you can provide.
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The coach is a 2002 Holiday Rambler 36'. It has the 270 Cummins so the power to tow a big trailer would be the issue. I am thinking of the Concours street bike and the dirt bike on the Tandem Tow dolly along with the Sonata. The two bicycles go on the camper and the two kayaks on the Sonata. That is my current configuration. The Sonata is going to be replaced with a wrangler in the future. The other toys are the 2 utility ATV's, golf cart, waverunner and the Formula Ford SCCA race car.
If you have the truck and are moving with a days drive : turnaround : to pick up the truck and toys then I'd say that's the best option.
Just need to be sure there's parking for everything at your new site/park.
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