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Bonofied Suiter

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I currently have a 2004 Weekend Warrior FS2300 and my plan is in the next year or two I hope to replace it with a 5th wheel toy hauler.

If possible I wouldn't want it to be much longer than 30'-33' because some of the places we go are pretty tight. I love our current toy hauler but it's way too light duty to be able to put a Jeep inside of. My 03 Jeep Wrangler is no lightweight and is taller and wider than stock (Probably weighs between 4,000# - 4,500#).

I'd love to be able to put the Jeep inside my next toy hauler even If I had to leave the quads home once in a while.

Anyone have any experience with this? I'd prefer for it to be a Weekend Warrior but I would consider one of the other top quality units. I'm not sure how wide my jeep is but I think it would need to be a Wide Body design and have three axles.





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You'd need the length and width of the Jeep before you decide. We have a VW Thing and found very few of the toyhaulers could accommodate it. The Thing is 12'4 3/4".....any TH with a wall is not long enough...at least of those we looked at and researched.


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Thanks for the help guys. I'm hoping a WW LE3305 would do the job. I'll measure the jeep and see how wide it is. The Jeep has a 3-1/2" Rubicon Express lift and Tires that are 33"X12.5". I'd say it's about 5"-6" wider than stock, 2'-3' longer and about 4"-5" taller. It also has a number of accessories that add weight such as Winch, Gerry Cans, Handyman Jack, spare and bumpers. Here are some photos.





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Get yourself a 14ft garage model. BUT whatever you make sure it can carry the weight. Some will not carry over 2500 lbs. Let all know what you find!!!

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Dshultz lots of people fit Jeeps in their THs, Corvettes, and some even fit airplanes in theirs.

Bonified Suiter - I'm jealous. I almost bought a LE3305 because it could hold my YJ. Is your TJ Stock?..if not what size of tires and lift do you have?


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Check out this thread from a while back, There is a picture of a lifted jeep inside a WW

OK I just looked again and it might not be lifted but it does have bigger, wider tires on it..


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I seen a trailer called SanteK(?) once with a guys FJ40 in back. It had 9' walls and had no dividerwall for the garage. Once the FJ was pulled out, he would set up lawn chairs in back like a den in a house. It also had a huge fixxed bed up top, in the back that went the whole width of the trailer. They are located in Riverside, Ca. and tend to build more custom type stuff at reasonable prices.





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I think it should fit. check out jeepgeek's sig & pics. He has 4.5" Rubicon Express lift w/a 1" body lift.

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I have a CR3705 and the jeep does fit. I have a 6" lift with 35" tires. I will suggest that you measure your jeep and then go look at a few of the different models and measure the trailer for yourself. I have the Bed in the back so I have to let all of the air out of my tires to get the jeep to fit under it. I plan on having an AiRock installed so I wont have to let air out of the tires.

I don't think you will find anything under 35' that will fit a lifted jeep but I have not looked lately.

You will also need at least a F450 to pull it.



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WhitehouseLV wrote:

I think it should fit. check out jeepgeek's sig & pics. He has 4.5" Rubicon Express lift w/a 1" body lift.


Yep, thats the one in my previous post. Wasn't sure it it had a lift

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