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Old 07-30-2009, 07:29 PM   #1
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Hello new to fourm.... Currently live full time in a cab over 2003 7.3 350.. Looking for a 5th .I want the space, larger the better .. I want a all weather rig.. would like a toy hauler for mud room/ garage ,but dont like the flames and sporty look and feel of toy hauler..looking for quality construction materials and durability. Big homey and the best there is to offer ..Frills are fine but quality and function are number one in my book any suggestion on brands or models. Is there a NICE toy hauler out there or do i have to give up my hopes of a garage? THANKS!!
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Old 07-30-2009, 10:18 PM   #2
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Welcome to the Forum!

Check out DRV (formerly Doubletree)
They have a 43' 5thwheel - will customize to almost any request (limited mostly by how much you want to spend!)
You will need a BIG truck to tow it!
DRV makes a GREAT rig and as usual - you get what you pay for
The website is http://www.doubletreervsuites.com/
Check the floor plans.

If you need someone to talk to at DRV, you can't go wrong with
Ryan Miller
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DRV Luxury Suites
Ph: 260-562-1075 ext. 3323
Fax: 260-562-1078
ryanmiller@drvsuites.com
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Old 07-31-2009, 11:46 AM   #3
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Look at the toy haulers out there and then contact the factory. You may be able to work out getting one without the flashy graphics as you want. Concentrate on the features and floor plan you want as well as construction then deal with them about outside looks. You may find them to be very flexible, especially now.
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Old 08-10-2009, 10:14 AM   #4
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Both Excel (Peterson Industries) and New Horizons make a toy hauler suitable for fulltiming. You will, however, need something larger than a 1-ton to pull them.

You might also look at Northwood Manufacturing's Desert Fox.
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