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Old 03-04-2020, 11:46 PM   #15
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If you get a class c toyhauler I wouldn’t get one with 16” tires. My brother has a 29’ Thor and the rear axel and tires are over loaded. Also his living space is tiny like an 8 ft camper.
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Years ago, I remember looking at a Class A PULLER toy hauler (big "doghouse" up front). I believe it was a diesel Thor Outlaw. I see there are several RVs called "Outlaw"; you'll need to do some searching to find exactly what you're looking for. NOTE: some "toy haulers" use a SIDE door to get "toys" inside. The model I saw had a rear door / ramp and, the owner had a Smart car inside.
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