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Old 06-06-2011, 08:15 PM
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Default True winter-use toy haulers

So does anyone make a 5th wheel toyhauler that is set up something like this:

12,000 or less GVWR

Cargo Bay: 12' minimum, flooring that won't get torn to **** by carbiders, partitioned by a fixed wall from the rest of the living quarters

Tanks: Heated and insulated, good for -20 F ... With heat tape on the tanks so they stay warm on the drive to and from as well as work off shore power so if you dont get it drained on a Sunday night it wont freeze on you

Mainly thats what my major criteria are on this.

I want a true winter-use toyhauler that I can pull with a 3/4 ton truck
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