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Old 03-08-2012, 02:43 PM   #1
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Class C Toy Hauler question

What manufacturers have the shortest class c toy hauler???

Thanks from the newbie.... lol
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Old 03-08-2012, 05:17 PM   #2
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What is the shortest, drivable toy hauler... might be a better question to ask...

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Old 03-08-2012, 06:41 PM   #3
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called a box van. Uhaul sells them
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hahahaha.... Nice!... then i would have to build it out. gotta be a better choice
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Old 03-08-2012, 10:23 PM   #5
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hahahaha.... Nice!... then i would have to build it out. gotta be a better choice
Ive never seen a short hauler. The toyhaulers are already small enough. I have seen a few short "C" motorhomes ~22' or so. With a 6x10' enclosed trailer that would probably put you less than 35' in total length and you wont need any special license endorsements.
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heres a 23'
1998 Maverick 23RK for Sale - M151 - PPL Motor Homes
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That is an option... so a van conversion towing a trailer .... just wanting to keep it to one vehicle and tow a drive around vehicle....
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Old 03-09-2012, 04:53 AM   #8
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Although my Thor Four Winds was 34 feet is was still pretty easy to get in and out of places. They may make a smaller version. The nice thing about a toy hauler is that the garage is useable living space unlike a conventional motor home where the space is only used for sleeping. With the addition of two support cables and a set of steps, you actually gain even more floor space since your ramp becomes a deck. My 37 foot Outlaw had a 46 foot long useable floor plan once I'm set up.

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Jayco Seneca had a version of Super C that is a toyhauler.
It is about 35 foot.
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Thanks partner.... 35 ft... ugh...lol
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35 foot is reasonable for a toy hauler. Any shorter and you're looking at a trailer or, as suggested earlier, a converted cargo van. If you search over on Thumper Talk there's a gut that did a nice write up on how he did his
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