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RE: Class A and medicine chest items

Moved from Dinghy Towing to Class A forum.
Y-Guy 05/03/17 09:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tavel in Southwest USA in summer time

Back in 2007 we spent a couple weeks going to Zion, Coral Pink, Bryce and the Paiute trail. Loved it! I rode at Sand Hallow outside of Zion with a guide, then down to Coral Pink Sand Dunes, then a few days at Bryce walking the tourist areas and riding in the back county (best part of the trip) and then up to ride the Paiute trail. Mixed weather up there, had rain but never got really hot and that was around the 4th of July Holiday time frame. I loved riding at Bryce and Coral Pink was amazing. But CP was hot like 118° the day we arrived, had to ride in the AM & PM, during the day we hung out with the generator running to keep cool. You need to know how wide your SxS is as some trails will only allow 50" or less they enforce this by gates so you can't fudge. If you go, grab the map at the ATV Utah Website it also has some good info.
Y-Guy 05/01/17 11:03pm Toy Haulers
RE: Hwy 38 from I 5 to Florence Oregon?

I've driven Hwy 126-Eugene/Florence as well as Hwy 38, both are good roads but does seem like fewer turn outs on 38 if you are behind a slow vehicle or if you want to pull out. We took it with our Motorhome and a 16' ATV trailer, going both routes - really is a toss up. The plus is you avoid Beltline and the Eugene traffic, downside is few more log trucks on 38.
Y-Guy 04/29/17 10:33pm Roads and Routes
RE: Weber Q3200 grill

Besides my smoker I have two Weber Grills one of them is 22 years old and I can still buy parts for it - not bad investment IMHO. My 10 year old Q100 has been great for our family and RVing. That said be watchful that Weber has started making most of their grills in China and in reading various BBQ forums they've had serious quality issues. Would I buy another, perhaps but I won't expect it to last 22 or 10 years sadly.
Y-Guy 04/27/17 08:33pm Beginning RVing
RE: Upgrading to fiver so what to ask for my current toy hauler?

Back when we were buying our Class I and selling our Raptor I was told figure NADA with no options as give a more realistic price. Once we factored their offer and sale tax credit it was easier to trade.
Y-Guy 04/25/17 09:30pm Toy Haulers
RE: Redneck toy hauler

Camped next to a with a Pop up on a goose-neck flatbed trailer with 2 RZRs, thing was solid as a rock. Only challenge he said was getting the bunks extended. Next to him his buddy had an old Wilderness bunk house goose-neck flatbed with room for 4 Sport ATVs. Might not have been new but they were well engineered and sure beat the price of buying new.
Y-Guy 04/24/17 06:07pm Toy Haulers
RE: Making a patio if no cables

Back when we had our Raptor I made my own. I looked over a couple other Toy Haulers and figured it was very doable on my own. Worked fine, second owner continued to use them he told me. http://i.imgur.com/LRiFZ6Ll.jpg http://i.imgur.com/UYNV0JVl.jpg
Y-Guy 04/23/17 05:45pm Toy Haulers
RE: Easter weekend @ Hungry Valley OHV

For putting up tape or flags check out "Electric Fence Posts" these are plastic 4' stakes with a steel 8" nail in the bottom, makes it easy to plan just about any where and easy to pull up. We use them for event tape at work but when I saw them I thought they would have been good for marking of camping spots too. Since you can run tape/flags at different heights you can make it so they can run under them. They only run a couple of bucks each, a box is like $50.
Y-Guy 04/18/17 11:28am Toy Haulers
RE: Things I'm starting to notice / hate about camping In a TT

I ran into this a bit when we lived in California too. State/Fed CG's were booked up our 1st year so we stayed at several private CGs with lots of trashy permanent RVs, after a few times I would call and ask how many permanent RVs were there and if the recreational campers and permanent were mixed together or not.
Y-Guy 04/18/17 07:32am Travel Trailers
RE: 2 balconies?

The Cyclone 4250, Fuzion, 420 and Jayco Seismic come to mind though not off the garage in the case of the Seismic/Fuzion though.
Y-Guy 04/17/17 08:32am Toy Haulers
RE: Tahoe Transport Tire Rub

Welcome Loren, I can't help specifically. I did search the archives for your model number and came up with these posts for you to check out. There might be a thread talking about tires or you might find a member that has one and send them a message. Another option if nobody comes along is to call a dealer that is selling one like yours and either go see it or ask what size tires are one it. Most likely the 16" rims were not stock so potential for rubbing is real. Most rigs came with and still come with 15" The part that concerns me is that some rigs of that era had sidewall issues that they actually were not built strong enough to keep the outer fiberglass walls from settling. This was more common in the weekend warrior line but its happened to others too. Main Toy Hauler forum there is a link at the top of the topic list, you can scan that for some info. Might be worth looking into. Hopefully some owners still have one and will come on to help you out.
Y-Guy 04/16/17 11:04pm Toy Haulers
RE: New Member Introduction

Welcome aboard!
Y-Guy 04/15/17 07:06pm Toy Haulers
RE: Jeep V-6 engine

MetalGator is correct. I have the near famous MiniVan 3.8L in my 2011 Wrangler with 76k and have no issues. I won't be winning any speed trials but it gets me where I want to go and I enjoy it every day. The early run of the 3.6L did but most what I read now in the Jeep forums is all pretty good, if they made a color as great as my Sahara Tan I'd be looking, but I love my Jeep and I'm not trading it.
Y-Guy 04/14/17 04:48pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Spare stuff

If it's a better pump then what you have install it. Otherwise keep it, you might need or a fellow camper might be saved by you being a pack rat!
Y-Guy 04/14/17 04:39pm Toy Haulers
RE: Wrangler tow on aftermarket bumper

Every bumper manufacturer I reached out to did not recommenced towing with the D-Rings. However, there are a few manufacturers that make ones that engineered and back up by the manufacturer, these are usually bumpers that the bolts pass through the bumper. That said I think a 2 door might be reasonable, but I won't do it with my 4 door. Here are a few threads for you. Jeep Wrangler aftermarket bumper and bracket 2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited setup opinions Custom Made Bumper
Y-Guy 04/13/17 04:53pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Is the Forum Just Deleting POSTs??????

Busskipper, which portal are you logging into?
Y-Guy 04/13/17 01:02am Forum Technical Support
RE: Jeep nose mask

Nice. :C How long does it take to install/remove? It's in his write up above.
Y-Guy 04/10/17 08:13am Dinghy Towing
RE: Jeep nose mask

Very nice!
Y-Guy 04/09/17 10:13pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Flat Towing 2011-13 Honda Pilot

Here are posts about the Pilot from the archives, in my quick search I didn't find anyone that actually towed one just friends. Click here to read 427 possible matches
Y-Guy 03/29/17 11:26pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Happijac beds in garage not lowering

Thanks for sharing with everyone!
Y-Guy 03/29/17 11:18pm Toy Haulers
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