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RE: Tow Vehicle for momentum 385th

Your dually is perfectly fine. X2
sptrucksbyed 11/15/14 11:22am Toy Haulers
RE: Side walls bowing out

I have an FS2500 WW that seems to be bowing out around the area of the slides (for the bunks) closest to the front of trailer, are located. When the bunks are lowered, the lower bunk barely sits on the tabs located at lower end of slides. Does anyone have a similar problem and if so what is the fix. WW had a big problem With the support riggers not being strong enuff to hold the weight of the wall on the trailers with smooth sides. If this is the problem you are having the sides have to be lifted back up to where they belong and extra riggers need to be added.
sptrucksbyed 10/08/14 08:27am Toy Haulers
RE: Ford PS 2015

You can go online and read complaints about Cummins, Duramax and PowerStroke... It doesn't matter which you get if you try to play the numbers, you may end up with one trouble-free or you may end up with a lemon. The achilles heel for all of them is very simple... DPF/SCR/EGR. Personally, I chose the 6.4L over the 6.7L and it was a great choice for me. Stock for stock, the playing field is pretty level. If you think the 6.4 is the same playing field as a 6.7 you must not be towing anything heavy !! I have had both and there is a big difference from one to the other !!
sptrucksbyed 09/28/14 08:07pm Toy Haulers
RE: opions on this TH please

Seems like a high price to me. My friend just sold his loaded 2008 23' Weekend Warrior for $6500.00 .
sptrucksbyed 09/02/14 08:33pm Toy Haulers
RE: SxS question

I understand the the new law makes it to where you cannot add additional seats to a 2 seater but I thought I heard they grandfathered in older models? What is the year cutoff and how does the law read for wearing helmets? And lastly if you install a child car seat do they have to have a helmet too? Our friends have a 2011 or 2012 Rhino with a full roll cage and seatbelts for everyone. Looking to bring it this coming week to Pismo and just want to make sure we are following the rules. Thanks! As long as the Rhino is pre 2014 your ok with the 4 seats . From what I know and can find everyone in the vehicle has to wear seatbelts and helmets. As for the carseat i'm not sure if that is even leagal to have in the SXS . I just read the laws and didn't see anything about the carseats.
sptrucksbyed 07/29/14 12:12pm Toy Haulers
RE: Locks for the Ramp

I just use normal Master locks on mine. As much as I hate to say it the only thing any lock does is keep the honest people honest. Is someone realy wants your stuff they WILL get it.
sptrucksbyed 06/27/14 09:38am Toy Haulers
RE: New Catalyst from Work & Play

I really like the 40WCH as it has pretty much the same floor plan as my 300C, but I have a feeling the storage space is minimal in the kitchen area with the SXS refer. Wonder how big battery bank they come with to run the refer? What inverter do they install? Let us know what you think! With all the lights , refer etc I think your going to need to be someplace with hook up's.
sptrucksbyed 06/25/14 09:22am Toy Haulers
RE: Comparing ATV tires

You get what you pay for usually...BH OG's are tough to beat for an all around trail tire. The best price i have found on the Big Horns is at "Rocky mountain ATV" .
sptrucksbyed 05/18/14 09:41pm Toy Haulers
RE: weekend warrior issues

Hmmm. So he worked for THE company that built severely under-engineered structured haulers and now repairs them at a profit. Great business model... JFYI... I admit, am a bit biased as I do own a WW... but the WW TH's for most part where not under-engineered. It was the frames that caused most of the well documented problems of the most popular TH ever built,,, in its time. Not saying that WW shouldn't have handled (lifetime)warranty problems better, just many other TH have the same exact problems. Lippert Frames issues causing numerous structural problems. WW TH's frames were not produced by WW but by Lippert. I've heard anywhere from 65-90% of all TH manufactures use(used) Lippert frames. Leland frame was bought up by Dexter(axles)which was bought up by...Lippert. So seems the Lippert frame use figure could be even higher now. Here is a not complete list gathered before I bought mine and was looking at used TH's... Toy Hauler's that use/used the Lippert frames. Keystone Jaycos Thor Forest River Crossroads Northwood use too, but iirr they now do in house frames... From what I understand Lippert frames made the frames but they were built to the standards that WW asked for because WW was under stating the Gross vehicle weight so they didn't scare customers away . In California if you have a tag trailer over 10,000# or a 5th wheel over 15,000# you are required to have a Class A Non Commercial licence so WW was lying about the gross vehicle weight so prople didn't need that licence. I have had 2 WW's and know the truth about the weights.
sptrucksbyed 05/13/14 03:20pm Toy Haulers
RE: weekend warrior issues

I had a WW 3905 and for the first 1 1/2 years I owned it it spennt more time at WW factory trying to get the wall sag problem fixed than I had it at my house. be careful because they cause a lot of damage fixing it each of the 4 times it went back . Eachtime they worked on it when i got it back something else was wrong. One of the main things that happened to it is that when they jacked the walls up the sidewall at the corner where the slide is cracked.They way the solveed the sag problem was they doubled the out riggers.
sptrucksbyed 05/13/14 07:57am Toy Haulers
RE: Comparing ATV tires

A friend put the Duro Power Grip tires on his RZR and everyone liked the looks etc. The problem is that as the old saying goes you get what you pay for because they didn't last near as long as the Bighorns.
sptrucksbyed 05/08/14 07:48am Toy Haulers
RE: Waxing the TH

After checking the prices for someone to wax my trailer here in Arizona, I just had my wife wash and wax the Toyhauler with Mcquires cleaner wax 50 and it only took her two days to do the job. She is getting older and slowing down some but it is important for men to remember that, as women grow older, it becomes harder for them to maintain the same quality of trailer maintenance as when they were younger. When you notice this, try not to yell at them. Some are overly sensitive, and there’s nothing worse than an oversensitive woman. She had to take a break when she was only half-finished washing and waxing the Toyhauler. I tried not to make a scene. I’m a fair man. I tell her to fix herself a nice, big, cold glass of freshly squeezed lemonade and just sit for a while. And, as long as she is making one for herself, she may as well make one for me, too. I know that I probably look like a saint in the way I support her. I’m not saying that showing this much consideration is easy. Many men will find it difficult. Some will find it impossible! Nobody knows better than I do how frustrating women get as they get older. However, guys, even if you just use a little more tact and less criticism of your aging girlfriend or wife because of this post, I will consider that writing it was well worthwhile. You're my frickin' hero!!! Although, I hope it's not a new wife you're "Prospecting" for!!! LMAO ! I'm thinking he's lucky to still be alive after that write up. LOL. Hope he doesn't doesn't any fire arms and isn't a sound sleeper. LOL. His wife doesn't go on this forum !!! LOL
sptrucksbyed 05/05/14 10:01pm Toy Haulers
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