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RE: Stealth WA2916

Yep I got told so many times...it will fit! One thing I can say....one of the things that drive me back to a TC was this RZR. I either had to go with a 35' fifth wheel or a 33-38' bumper pull toyhauler to fit this RZR in. I don't know about you but the prospect of not fitting anywhere but the larger dune camp grounds wasn't appealing. We don't take the RZR with us all the time and my budget didn't allow both. If you can swing both do it! That is a lot of trailer to drag around. The ''both option'' is in discussion big time. I measured we can add the toy hauler and still park everything. The TC fits great on the driveway in front of the garage. The trailers in the side yard. We certainly like the TC for the quick weekends to the small Oregon Coast State campgrounds. But for longer trips like our yearly Utah trip the appeal of more living space and real inside chairs appeals big time. Lots and lots of thinking to do.......
2BLAZERS 05/23/16 03:45pm Truck Campers
RE: Stealth WA2916

Agree. Tape measure visit is needed. LOL.
2BLAZERS 05/23/16 03:31pm Truck Campers
RE: Stealth WA2916

The one we looked at last night has a full arctic package. I do not want a 5th wheel style as the garage does not get any bigger and you lose the truck bed to haul a quad. Every FW garage style model we've seen would require turning a quad sideways and not allow for a large 4 seater in the garage at the same time. A 4 seater RZR is just over 12 feet long. Saddly the big FW open toy haulers with 30 feet of parking are all now pretty much gone and old. Hence I want the truck bed free.
2BLAZERS 05/23/16 01:55pm Truck Campers
RE: Stealth WA2916

And the biggest Desert Fox only has 11.5 feet before you hit the oven/kitchen.
2BLAZERS 05/23/16 01:18pm Truck Campers
RE: Stealth WA2916

Before coming to the TC side, we had toyhaulers. We almost went with another and looked at all the brands. I'm personally not a Forest River fan. The quality is not the best for the money IMHO. Is your RZR a two seater? If not, the model your looking at won't swallow a new xp4 1000. If not, it will fit a two seater though. I liked the Desert Fox much better and if you have a little more to spend, Evergreen Amped makes a nice bumper pull. I liked the z frame for all the storage, they use marine grade plywood in the flooring and you carry 174 gallons of water too, which is nice. Build quality on both was better than any of the Forest River brands.... They claim they will swallow a 4 seater RZR 1000 turbo. It is a big wide open area 16' long before you hit anything.
2BLAZERS 05/23/16 01:15pm Truck Campers
RE: Titan replacement tank

Ya but when you are 53 feet long, getting 9mpg and in a new state with towns 50 miles apart, and diesel is not in every town. it's nice to have more fuel capacity. :)
2BLAZERS 05/23/16 10:55am Truck Campers
Stealth WA2916

Anyone else have a Stealth WA2916 or other Stealth toy hauler. Looking for opinions, good, bad, and ugly. We really really like the WA2916. The first toy hauler we are still liking days later..... We are looking for a large bumper pull toy hauler. Need to fit a large RZR in the toyhauler and the quad will go on the truck. We want a separate bedroom for us and a big open floor. We have a 9 year old girl and a 80#dog. Just looking for more space and some real seats for sitting in when the weather is ****..... Likely keep our Truck Camper for quick weekends at small state parks.
2BLAZERS 05/23/16 10:53am Truck Campers
RE: Titan replacement tank

I had the 60 gallon Transfer Flow on my 2011 Ram and LOVED having the fuel to go far far away even loaded up. Now with my 2016 it sucks getting fuel all the time. I'm eyeing the Titan too but can't get to ID for another month or two....
2BLAZERS 05/23/16 10:43am Truck Campers
RE: PNW Meet n Greet - Looking for interest?

I actually like it when the cell service is poor....means I really actually get away :) Morrow County OHV has been a tradition to go the Wed-Sunday right after Memorial Day weekend for a while now. It is a great place to ride and camp. The last year they have added a lot more full hookup sites but we keep camping back in the back loops as a group.
2BLAZERS 05/20/16 04:00pm Truck Campers
RE: PNW Meet n Greet - Looking for interest?

Following this topic!! We're in Keizer, OR. Glad to travel to a new place. But yes our summer is pretty booked up until after Labor day. I'd vote late September or first week of October or so. So yes but we are really dependent on the date selected. I'm hitting East Fort Rock OHV, Memorial Day weekend and then Morrow County OHV right after that :)
2BLAZERS 05/20/16 03:05pm Truck Campers
RE: New truck (to me) 2015 F450- StableLoads - Before and after

Very cool. I like these kind of posts showing with pics what worked with what combos. Like mine regarding my Ram 3500. Great reference for people to use for years!
2BLAZERS 05/20/16 02:58pm Truck Campers
RE: What's your fav new slide out TC?

I don't get the comments about the Arctic Fox having dated interior. I still think the interior in my 1150 is the nicest I have seen for both fit and finish and appearance. As was mentioned above I do wish we had a second slide with some place else to sit other than the dinette. The quality of this camper is impressive, I know its a quality camper. I have had zero issues since we picked it up 2 years ago and we use it a lot. AF does make solid well built campers. They are not flashy but seem to be behind the other manufactures on upgrading things like the one piece front ends, the ''euro'' style windows and those kinds of things. They really just change the outside graphics, put some differnt color options and it's pretty hard to tell one from 2005 to one from 2016. Ours is a 2011, if we upgraded to 2017 model we'd get really nothing new except, LED lighting everywhere, electric rear awning, one new exterior storage compartment, a spice rack, new versions of radio and ''control panel'', Fox Landing, and stainless steel appliances as an option. All nice things but...just sayin. Compared to the latest from Lance, Eagle Cap, Host, etc....
2BLAZERS 05/20/16 09:11am Truck Campers
RE: Hints for Truck Camping at Glacier

Glacier Campground is great for truck campers. And it is spaced out so your not window to window with your neighbor. It is about 1 mile from the park entrance.
2BLAZERS 05/19/16 04:58pm Truck Campers
RE: What's your fav new slide out TC?

X3 on the dated AF. I have an 2011 AF 1050 and the only benefit to upgrade is differnt colors, LED lighting from the factory, stainless steel appliances, and an electric rear awning. Our 2011 is great so we'll keep it. When I start looking at the prices on the new TC with options and dual and triple slides. WOW!!
2BLAZERS 05/18/16 05:23pm Truck Campers
RE: 2016 Ram plus AF 1150 plus SuperSprings

You need the tall skinny tires - The wider ones will float more (yes, even with all that weight) and not give you as much bite. The 34*10.5/17 BFG KOA's AT are my choice now. They will be just an inch wider than stock...so should work. Will be researching more. These will also get wide enough to get me on the sand if I drop the pressure enough. And another inch of ground clearance would be great too.
2BLAZERS 05/18/16 04:17pm Truck Campers
RE: 2016 Ram plus AF 1150 plus SuperSprings

Thinner tires will do better in rain, snow or mud and fatter ones in sand. What type of traction do you need? You can also mix tread widths and types as long as overall height is the same. You can go with a wider less aggressive front tire to keep down tread noise yet give you good flotation and use skinnier more aggressive rear tires to give you more bite. In this case, your spare should match what you choose for the rear. I want everything! LOL. Basically need traction tires for the forest service roads we camp off of. They can get pretty mucky in the winter. I'm not mudbogging but 4wheel drive with the camper on and trailer hooked up happen often in the winter. Need flat protection from the rocks they like to use. Need the the mountain snowflake for winter driving over the passes. So Duratracs fit the bill on my 2011 Dually perfectly. Will do the same or new and improved BFG KOA AT. Basically both tires work great for what I need. Will be a pricing and sizing choice in the end.
2BLAZERS 05/18/16 03:14pm Truck Campers
RE: 2016 Ram plus AF 1150 plus SuperSprings

I keep hearing the new KO2 are not last long on heavier trucks... I am in the same boat as you, need new tires and am on the fence with either the KO2 or Duratracs The 34*10.5/17 BFG KOA's AT are my choice now if I go slightly larger. Duratracs in stock size if the BFG's won't work. I ran 2 sets of Duratracs on my 2011 Dually, they are great tires. Only 12k miles on my factory tires, so going to get the new tires when the snow in the passes starts, so early November'ish..
2BLAZERS 05/18/16 12:20pm Truck Campers
RE: 2016 Ram plus AF 1150 plus SuperSprings

Very nice...I'll suggest a 285/70/19.5. I love mine!!! Thanks, well I'm not going to buy new rims. At least if I can help it. So just looking at slightly bigger tires. I want either the new BFG KO A/T or Goodyear Duratracs from past history. Stock tires are 235-80R 17 so about 31.8*9.3 17rims Looking at a small change to: 255/80 17 or 33.3*10 BFG Mud Terrains 285-75 17 or 33.8*11.25 285/70 17 or 33*11.25 The new BFG KO A/T in 34*10.5 17'' really peaks my interest too. Might end up being the best fit as its narrow which will be super important for the rear duals. Want slightly bigger while still being able to load the camper. So can't go to wide with the rear duals. Need better off-road traction and snow traction.
2BLAZERS 05/18/16 10:58am Truck Campers
RE: Need Suspension Advice, 2016 Ram Dually

And yes, the BigWig sway bar is amazing and should be the first add.
2BLAZERS 05/17/16 03:00pm Truck Campers
RE: Need Suspension Advice, 2016 Ram Dually

Look for my thread ''2016 Ram plus AF 1150 plus SuperSprings'' Stableloads didn't do much for me. So I went SuperSprings (again, had them on my 2011 too) Very very happy with SuperSprings and for only about $400 to boot!! My end game is a little different though, i will end up with a dually on 34*10.5*17 BFG KO AT ready to haul my AF 1150 and tow my enclosed trailer from Oregon all over the west. And still daily drive to work and tackle poor mucky forest service and snow in the winter on the passes fully loaded up.
2BLAZERS 05/17/16 03:00pm Truck Campers
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