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Posted: 03/05/12 01:45pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

resmas wrote:

We didn't buy ours to haul toys, as we don't own any. We bought it to house us and our 3 kids while camping.


x2. We only have two kids but they almost always have friends that come along. Our kids are older so the garage area is a great hang out for them. We mounted a TV, have video games, etc. They love it back there. No plans to buy toys at this point. Just bought the TH for the people space.


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If we only used it when bringing our toys, it would only get about half the use it's currently getting. We average about 60 nights a year with roughly 30 nights without any toys loaded.

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Happy Prospector wrote:

I used to keep my toyhauler beside the house before I retired and used it to meet with the cute neighbor lady for some extracurricular activities. It worked out great for years.

Kevin




Best other use I have heard of ! Hope it worked out ok for you !


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I thinks we used ours more without the toys than we did with them last season, this season is going to be different I hope.

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We use ours with or without toys,fishing trips,storage,motel when visiting in-laws and in the middle of december it also becomes santa's shop.

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I bought a toyhauler so I could have an area for my washer/dryer, a hobby room and a small freezer. I also going to have the ramp set up as a deck for BBQ'S and just loafing. Its just me so it will work out great for that.

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Before the holidays we us the TH to store the toys......The kids Xmas toys that is. The Perfect lock n key hiding spot. DW and I warm up the TH and have a nice wrapping party the week before Santa comes.


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I use mine as a mobile classroom for teaching ATV and hunter education classes on site.

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They make great moving vans! Moved our son's furniture twice already! And like someone else wrote, we had a place to stay while doing it. Great Equipment!


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