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Author Topic: WTB Best small four season toy hauler  (Read 237 times)

ddozier234

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WTB Best small four season toy hauler
« on: August 18, 2017, 11:14:11 AM »
I'm new to Rv'ing. I would like a small toy hauler for my first trailer. I am looking for advise on a bumper pull for my Chevy Silverado 1500. I'm originally from NJ, but live in Florida now and travel for work. I may end up in any extreme 120 in Arizona or 12 in NJ in winter. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I will be living in the trailer up to 4 months at a time while working. Hotels have lost there luster.

TonyDtorch

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Re: WTB Best small four season toy hauler
« Reply #1 on: August 18, 2017, 11:25:21 AM »
I'm not sure there is such a thing as a '4 season Toy hauler'.

and most bumper pull toy haulers are primarily designed to carry a vehicle,  comfort is secondary in the design.

But as you can see in this pic there are always other ways to do something.... :).

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glen54737

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Re: WTB Best small four season toy hauler
« Reply #2 on: August 18, 2017, 12:58:18 PM »
It's hard to find a toy hauler that is small enough for a 1500 to pull.
Do you really need a toy hauler? A regular TT would work for most.

Four season is a myth too. You can stay in extreme weather but it takes extra preparations.

I really get that hotels lose the charm after a few days. I'm on my 15th month this work trip.
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steveblonde

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Re: WTB Best small four season toy hauler
« Reply #3 on: August 18, 2017, 05:07:40 PM »
It's hard to find a toy hauler that is small enough for a 1500 to pull.
Do you really need a toy hauler? A regular TT would work for most.

Four season is a myth too. You can stay in extreme weather but it takes extra preparations.

I really get that hotels lose the charm after a few days. I'm on my 15th month this work trip.
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Agreed 100%


I have a friend that had an "Attitude " bumper pull toy hauler which was about 28 ft traded his Tundra for a Ram 2500 Cummins a 1500 is way too small
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2015 Voltage 3305 Toy Hauler - loaded
2017 Ford Escape my Daily driver - first Ford in 25 yrs
2017 Black on Black F350 Diesel Dually (First Ford Truck after 17 GMs) 5200lbs cargo/weight capacity named Kong


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Drifterrider

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Re: WTB Best small four season toy hauler
« Reply #4 on: October 13, 2017, 07:29:41 AM »
What comments did you friend have to say about his toy hauler?

I'm leaning in that direction for full timing.  Don't want a fiver, don't want to struggle to get my M/C into the bed of a truck.

steveblonde

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Re: WTB Best small four season toy hauler
« Reply #5 on: October 13, 2017, 10:49:00 AM »
The Attitude is quite well built but very industrial interior no creature comforts no slide outs and in my opinion his particular layout was not to my liking. I believe its made by Northwoods which makes Artic Fox solid product very heavy not 1/2 friendly lol he now has a Dodge Ram 2013? Cummins 2500
2015 Voltage 3305 Toy Hauler - loaded
2017 Ford Escape my Daily driver - first Ford in 25 yrs
2017 Black on Black F350 Diesel Dually (First Ford Truck after 17 GMs) 5200lbs cargo/weight capacity named Kong


" If you're not living on the edge you're taking up too much space"
From Canada Eh?

 

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