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Posted: 11/03/19 05:00pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

First things first: Link here!

Surfing the net let me to YouTube where I stumbled into a video that led me to the web site above. I'm always searching for something new and different, at least different from my world, just to keep up on what's trending and latest innovations in RV's.

Well, this one fits the bill pretty good. I've seen similar with cargo area upfront, but this one is definately unique in my opinion. American made in California (If you all still consider California part of the USA ... [emoticon] ) Looks like an interesting unit. Just thought I'd share.

Maybe stir up some conversation here. Thoughts about this unit? The living space would be too small us, but if you have "toys" well, I think it's pretty cool.

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Posted: 11/03/19 05:06pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have seen similar toy haulers that had outdoor spot for toys and a TT in the back. Probably more for the Jeep crowd or UTV's.

Looks by the picture some with a larger living area parked behind this one.

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Posted: 11/03/19 05:17pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Sure would be a lot lighter than an enclosed toy hauler. Seems like a great option for anyone who doesn't mind their toy being outside.


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Posted: 11/03/19 06:05pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Wouldn't a truck camper pulling a trailer be about the same thing?

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Posted: 11/03/19 08:02pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I would be putting a jeep cj7 on the back. Seems like a lot of weight behind the axles.


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Interesting. Perhaps an alternative for people who have toys to haul but don't want to buy a giant truck to pull a big fully enclosed toyhauler? Hard to say without seeing the specs (they all say TBD).

Also agreed that the axles look a little misplaced to be able to tow something heavier that wouldn't fit in most traditional toy haulers, like a car or a jeep.


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A riding buddy had a similar setup. His camper on the front (like pictured) was bigger but closely resembled a truck camper, sitting facing backward. He hauled 4 motorcycles on it, two of which were mostly under the overhang of the camper part. He got lots of questions, mostly "did you build that", but no, it was purchased new, and factory built. He towed with an older Suburban, loaded full of gear.

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Posted: 11/06/19 10:36am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

colliehauler wrote:

Wouldn't a truck camper pulling a trailer be about the same thing?

Having a truck camper reduces your combined length by overlapping the living space over your tow vehicle, but it requires a much beefier tow vehicle due to the payload requirements. I wanted 20' of cargo space and about the same for living space but did not want a 40' trailer. Most of the motorhomes that were 25' or less in length did not have the tow capacity or 4wd that I wanted which is why my setup works better for me.


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