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RE: Does Anyone Know where I can Get Insurance for this TH??

That's what happens when you deal with a website and a 800 number. Find a local agent and meet with them would be my suggestion. We Insure with Blue Sky Insurance, but you're going to need an agent that doesn't wear a head set that can think for them self and not just what's on a computer screen.
Y-Guy 07/21/14 10:47pm Toy Haulers
RE: 2004 next level tow hauler owners manual

Owners manuals for most RVs are a joke. They are nothing but a bunch of warranty leaflets of the various components that are installed in the RV. The piece for your specific brand is just the warranty from the manufacturer. The good news is there are a few Next Level owners here, and chances are the group can answer most questions you may have.
Y-Guy 07/18/14 11:45pm Toy Haulers
RE: Don't mess with MSN email address!

That really sucks to lose your email like that. Free things don't come with a guarantee though. I've used my @yahoo account for going on 12 years. I use mostly for junk mail and sites that may spam me. If it gets nuked I won't be missing much though. For everyone else I own my own domain so that our whole family has an email account that I'm in control of not some behemoth company that doesn't care about me. Runs about $35/year.
Y-Guy 07/18/14 04:35pm Technology Corner
RE: Insurance Shopping

Been with a couple companies that offers specific RV coverage. When Progressive jacked up my rates for no reason I found Blue Sky RV Insurance and I've been very happy with them for several years. Worth getting a quote from them while your at it.
Y-Guy 07/18/14 10:50am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Help me find an XLR

Contact the manufacturer they should be able to tell you who has one.
Y-Guy 07/16/14 03:35pm Toy Haulers
RE: need help with purchase of new bunkhouse

Fiberglass roof wins every time. We've had our Sightseer 35J with bunks for 7 years. Really no major problems and none related to Winnebago construction.
Y-Guy 07/15/14 09:12pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Glass Creek Camping

They are never gone.... http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m55zbpm0QW1rsoz13o1_500.jpg
Y-Guy 07/13/14 01:06pm Toy Haulers
RE: Additional generator switch

The old thread? That was from 2012 so those threads are still available to read, just not post to.
Y-Guy 07/12/14 11:28pm Tech Issues
RE: Additional generator switch

Been done by several. Click here for one thread about it. Moving from Toy Haulers to Tech Issues.
Y-Guy 07/12/14 10:52am Tech Issues
RE: best credit card discounts

Moved from Toy Haulers.
Y-Guy 07/09/14 12:22am General RVing Issues
RE: Next Level Auto Transfer

Transfer switch in my Raptor was a grey metal box, located behind a compartment wall in the front storage within a foot or so of the electrical plug. But I'd agree, I don't think its a transfer switch that's usually an all or nothing type of switch.
Y-Guy 07/02/14 12:43am Toy Haulers
RE: What Are Legal Implications Of Home Built Transfer Fuel Tank

I'd call your State Department of Transportation or State Patrol, they should be able to answer your question, quote the regulation or tell you who to speak with.
Y-Guy 06/30/14 11:47pm Toy Haulers
RE: What do you do with your power cord?

In my previous Raptor I had it coiled up inside the front compartment with enough tail to plug in outside, and then I used a 25' 30amp cord to hook up. I rarely ever camp someplace with 50amp and that 30amp was a hole lot easier to coil up and even more so when it was cold outside. I was thankful to have it when it was 110 in Utah though.
Y-Guy 06/30/14 11:40pm Toy Haulers
RE: Cyclone: Almost burned it down. Thanks Heartland Q.C.

Glad your ok and that you caught it. Imagine if it had happened while you were off at the parks. Whew, dodged a bad situation. I'd sure let them know about the problem though.
Y-Guy 06/29/14 10:29pm Toy Haulers
RE: Complete List of Toy Haulers

Did not see CampMaster i have a 34 ft 5r CM Can you find a link for them? I just see for sale sites and used ones, I can't seem to find the manufacturer page.
Y-Guy 06/29/14 10:25pm Toy Haulers
RE: 2014 used grand designs momentum 355TH-- opinions please

They seem to have a very strong following not only for the TH but their other lines. Hit the search button and you can read some of the comments. I always suggest looking historically at comments. Sure all the flash and glamor get you to buy it, but its how the RV has handled after a year and how warranty issues were dealt with that will make or break you.
Y-Guy 06/28/14 12:28pm Toy Haulers
RE: 1/2 ton trucks?

So whats the point in 1/2 ton trucks? They can't haul much, are they the grocery getters of the truck world? I know you feel the Toy Haulers have beat you up, that's not the point. You keep wanting to haul more trailer then you probably should. Many, many owners have done what you're looking at doing, and a few months or year later they are forced into upgrading their truck. Some probably did it by choice, others did it because they were oversold on the trailer they bought. There are plenty of trailers within your limits, but there are very few Toy Haulers that are going meet your needs and limitations. If you will consider changing your requirements and go with a shorter toy hauler you can probably find one that stays within your weights. Remember its also the overall length. You can ignore everyone on the forum, that's your choice. You asked for feedback, you've been given it. Now it's your call.
Y-Guy 06/28/14 12:24pm Tow Vehicles
RE: What to look for in a used Desert Fox

Soft wet wood is a problem. Hard to say out extensive it is. Generally DF haulers are a good trailer, but sounds like some have had issues. Can you get under the trailer to see what is wet? Personally, unless it was an amazing deal I'd keep looking. Water damages can cost a lot to repair. Since the factory is in Oregon you might give them a call to talk about it too.
Y-Guy 06/27/14 12:48pm Toy Haulers
RE: Advice ?

Ok so now you take your max weight and start the math. They ususlly account for a 150# driver, then you need to subtract other weights in the truck such as passengers. That weight for the trailer you looked at is estimated shipping weight, you need the actual weight. Once you add batteries, LP, supplies, camping gear and toys you'll be right up, if not over your max weight. For a short trailer that's one thing, but with a long tail heavy toy hauler that's complete other story. nayther brings up a great issue, finding a good drop hitch and equalizer hitch. That will work with your lifted truck. I don't know if Hensely makes drops that big, but that's the type of hitch you're going to want/need. Do what you wish, but my gut tells me that you'll be buying a bigger truck sooner then you think.
Y-Guy 06/27/14 10:06am Toy Haulers
RE: Fuzion Black End-Cap

OK, I see it coming.....the fix will be buffing out the oxidation. Yep all they need to do is get you past the warranty period and it's no longer an issue... for them. ;)
Y-Guy 06/26/14 11:30am Toy Haulers
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