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RE: has anyone seen one of these in person?

Weekend Warrior has a long sordid history as a toy hauler manufacture. They owned the toy hauler segment at one time, but like many success stories they lost their way.
souraider 08/02/20 09:31am Toy Haulers
RE: Ready 2 hit the road again

Wow that looks like quite a road-trip, and a great time. My family and I have visited all of these locations over the years, and have many wonderful memories. The longest we have spent on the road in the RV is 3 weeks...so I respect your undertaking. Crowds should be smaller in some of those places, which will be nice. Looking forward to the reports...have fun.
souraider 06/22/20 07:54pm Toy Haulers
RE: towing ability of the f-150 3.5L

I used my 2014 3.5 Eco with Max-Tow to tow the trailer in my signature all over the Canadian Rockies with no problems.
souraider 06/17/20 03:30pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Most expensive camp chair!

After you buy the chair...maybe you could buy a couple pair of these. 100 year pants
souraider 06/03/20 07:43am General RVing Issues
RE: Grand Design Momentum Class

For what you want to be able to fit into it I would choose the 28G
souraider 06/02/20 08:28pm Toy Haulers
RE: Heartland Fuel 265,Winnebago Spyder 23FB ,Eclipse Att 2814GS

Hi Season. I can only speak to the size regarding the 23B since my trailer is nearly identical in size, and layout. I was surprised at just how tight the space gets when you load a UTV. Mine measures 60x120 so it fits, but its snug. According to Honda's website you will be at 64x144...so really tight. I have to squeeze in, and out of the machine, and get creative when loading other gear into the trailer. If I were looking for a different trailer at this point, I would go as big as possibly/safely that I could...probably a fifth wheel.
souraider 05/31/20 08:55am Toy Haulers
RE: Heartland Pioneer RG22

Just about every toy hauler manufacturer that makes a bumper-pull line makes this smaller front corner bed model. I have never seen it with the front bunk addition. Seems kind of wonky to me. Usually they will include a drop down bunk in the back, along with the scissor jack beds.
souraider 05/18/20 09:26am Toy Haulers
RE: Steep Driveway

I would have to agree with flipping the axles.
souraider 05/05/20 07:40am General RVing Issues
RE: Ford F350 7.3 Gas Pulling 15k

Looked like fun...truck was handling it well, but try Lombard Street in Frisco...up, not down;) Why in the [email protected] does your display screen constantly blink...that'd drive me insane...otherwise awesome truck.
souraider 04/06/20 07:21am Tow Vehicles
RE: 05 Ford Escape

Not quite apples-to-apples, but I have used the wife's '12 Escape with a 3.0 to haul our utility trailer full of wood waste a few times...no problem. The trailer is likely #1800-#2000...so not max. I of course did not hit any grueling inclines, or declines...but wouldn't hesitate using it for a small popup. Some of the popups are light enough you can move around by hand. They're also very low profile when in tow.
souraider 03/11/20 05:48am Tow Vehicles
RE: Thor Outlaw hauling and towing togther

Don't those come with a Ford V-10 power plant?...#30,000 is a lot of weight. I would want to find out from somebody who has used one to tow that much, and how it performed.
souraider 03/06/20 07:36pm Toy Haulers
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