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RE: onan overhaul

You might hit up Google and plug in Onan Microquiet 4000 in the video section. There are some good videos that might help you out. I found one that might help, click here
Y-Guy 02/08/16 08:44pm Toy Haulers
RE: onan overhaul

I'm guessing the forum had a hiccup, but since we have a double post I'm going to close this thread. You conitnue the discussion in this thread, onan overhaul
Y-Guy 02/08/16 08:38pm Toy Haulers
RE: mini and motorcycle

Another thing to consider is ramp angle, with the mini as low as it is you might have a tough time cresting the top. Also check the weight limits of the ramp, the garage and overall CCC.
Y-Guy 02/08/16 10:56am Toy Haulers
RE: Wheel Capacities

If you hit up any of the RV shows many have a manufacturer rep that can be a good place to start. Dealer should be able to find out that information too, just requires them to contact the manufacturer rep. Regan was right; Trust, but verify.
Y-Guy 02/05/16 03:17pm Toy Haulers
RE: Screen or Extend a room

It's not going to keep the heat in very well at all, at least not as good as the ramp door will. Back when we had our Raptor I just had the half screen and vinyl door, I could still close the ramp door at night. About the only time we used our ramp door for hanging out on was the couple times we back up'd to a river, other the that I prefer being around the campfire.
Y-Guy 02/05/16 08:50am Toy Haulers
RE: Calico ghost town

Archive has a lot of posts from over a year ago on Calico ghost town
Y-Guy 02/03/16 08:01am Toy Haulers
RE: Looking for a HHR fuse adapter

Thanks to all. Moderator what forum did you move it to so I can see if there where any other replies. All replies, before & after the move are here in the Dinghy Towing forum. Once a thread is moved it is in the new are, along with all posts. The original forum just has a link to this forum. So you don't need to worry about finding other comments.
Y-Guy 02/01/16 09:16am Dinghy Towing
RE: What did you do to your Toy Hauler today???

Sold my Raptor 3612DS. Bitter sweet. Say it isn't so!!!! Congrats on the sale, but all those amazing mods you did. What's next on the shopping list for you?
Y-Guy 02/01/16 09:10am Toy Haulers
RE: New Guy Saying Hello

Welcome aboard! What are you putting in your hauler? ATVs, bikes, something else or just camping? Any way you go, welcome to the Toy Hauler group!
Y-Guy 01/30/16 02:50pm Toy Haulers
RE: Fuel Station Tank

We are looking at switching from a motorhome to a trailer in the future... You might want to repost this as a new thread rather then a reply as your post is off topic in this thread and might not get many replies to your statement. Steve
Y-Guy 01/30/16 01:03pm Toy Haulers
RE: Can I tow a 2013 Mazda 2?

Closing this thread, please continue discussion over here.
Y-Guy 01/29/16 07:37pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Mazda 2 towed

F450, in the future it's best not to double post, I'm going to close off yesterdays thread and link here. Good discussion is always good, but multiple posts aren't needed.
Y-Guy 01/29/16 07:36pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Kayaks inside TH

Could you make a PCV rack, to that stands over the side wall sofas? I'm thinking of something that would have four vertical PVC pipes and ones running horizontal front/back that the kayak would rest on, then use bungee cords to hold in place during transport. Kids could sleep under them too. Hit up Google with, pvc garage kayak rack, for a lot of pics. Like this but with longer legs? http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8531/8599367194_c39bdf599d.jpg height=480 http://www.westcoastpaddler.com/community/userpix/512_IMGP3946_1.jpg height=480 http://www.atterberry.net/lazygallery/Projects/Kayak%20Rack/lazy-k-slides/IMG_7988.JPG height=480
Y-Guy 01/29/16 02:01pm Toy Haulers
RE: Considering a toy-hauler?

See more and more people buying a Toy Hauler for this reason. Be sure you know your weights, often Toy Haulers have a very heavy tongue/pin weight. Don't totally depend on brochure weights, get the dealer to get actual weights before you buy. There isn't much to be said for off setting weight by loading things n the rear of the toy hauler either.
Y-Guy 01/29/16 01:48pm Toy Haulers
RE: Can I tow a 2013 Mazda 2?

From an online 2013 Mazda 2 Owners Manual Page 7-28 Recreational Towing An example of “recreational towing” is towing your vehicle behind a motorhome. The transaxle is not designed for towing this vehicle on all 4 wheels. When doing recreational towing refer to “Towing Description” (page 7-25) and “Tiedown Hook” (page 7-26) and carefully follow the instructions Page 7-25 Emergency Towing Towing Description We recommend that towing be done only by an Authorized Mazda Dealer or a commercial tow-truck service. Proper lifting and towing are necessary to prevent damage to the vehicle. Government and local laws must be followed. A towed vehicle usually should have its drive wheels (front wheels) off the ground. If excessive damage or other conditions prevent this, use wheel dollies.
Y-Guy 01/28/16 08:56pm Dinghy Towing
RE: GM 2500 and TH owners

RinconVTR as a non-regular to the forum let me give you some insight. Over the years, many years, many of the regulars here know how many people have under-purchased a truck only to be caught with buyers remorse or worse a dangerous setup being way over loaded. Toy Haulers unlike other TT/5ers are notorious for being very tongue heavy and heavy over all. I was one of those owners at one point myself. This is also a bit of a wild, yet well-intentioned and informed bunch. Perhaps the "LOL" was missed when you read lincster's comment about working for GM. I don't think any offense was meant; its sort of the age old GM/Ford/Dodge teasing that goes on. In the end nobody really cares, once people are out on the trails then the debate changes to Motorcylces vs ATVs ;) While you may not like all the posts, on an open forum it happens. Specific questions help to keep things on topic, but when it comes to what truck and toy hauler are good, it's an open can of worms. Folks were trying to be helpful by asking for some more information.
Y-Guy 01/27/16 06:55pm Toy Haulers
RE: Looking for feedback on a new toy hauler

Any suggestions on local dealers in Utah? Thanks for all the responses so far. Easier if you find the dealers and plug them in the search (above) then you can search the entire forum, if you click on Advanced Search you can search beyond the past year, that will give you a sense of history if the dealership does happen to show up.
Y-Guy 01/26/16 09:35pm Toy Haulers
RE: GM 2500 and TH owners

Get the numbers for the 2500 you are looking at, with those weight numbers we can give you better advice. Just because somebody is towing something with at 2500 doesn't mean its the ideal setup, many wish they had the 1-ton or 1-ton/dually.
Y-Guy 01/25/16 09:11pm Toy Haulers
RE: Leak in roof @ A/C

Closing this thread, please do not post the same message in multiple forums as per forum rules. Thanks! You can continue the discussion here.
Y-Guy 01/24/16 10:12am Toy Haulers
RE: TH search (Rubicon, Octane, Wolf Pack, Sport Trek)

Until now I've never heard of the Venture Sport, be aware it's a 96" unit not the normal 102" wide like the FR and Jayco. Personally I don't care of the the couch setup in the Venture, give me a real bed.
Y-Guy 01/24/16 01:26am Toy Haulers
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