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$44,900 Currently located in Southern Minnesota. Due to COVID I had to transfer positions and no longer working remotely. I may drive RIG down to Utah vicinity for sale/exchange. I have a RAM 2018 Laramie truck with Anderson Hitch, would consider a package deal. I am original "solo" owner of this 5th wheel, customer ordered to work remotely and travel. Please email inquiries 435-990-1130
A newbie RVer here, and we are doing reserach on an RV (5th wheel) and tow vehicle (HDT). Plan on going Full-Time next Spring. The RV will be a built (NH, Spacecraft, ?). One of the issues we have gone back and forth on is having a toyhauler versus a "regular" RV. We really do want that flexible "second" room for hobbies (HAM radio, electronics, RV "projects"), visitor bedroom (HappiJac Bed), working out when cold, hanging out when hot, a general "messy" workspace, and the storage of toys (bicycles, potentially a SxS, etc.). Garage would be 10' (preferred), 11' or worst case 12' 6". So this either results in a very long RV or you compromise living/kitchen spaces to keep the length to a "regular" size RV. Regular size 5th wheel: 40', Toyhauler 5th wheel 45'. So, to you FT toyhauler users out there:- USE: What do you use your toyhauler garage for? Multiple uses? Flexible room or just a "dirty" garage? Wish I had less garage? Wish I had more space (FT RVer never say that )? USAGE: What kind of usage do you get out of the garage space? Use it all the time, seldom, can't do without it, wish we had a bigger living room? How long have you been using your toyhauler? If you have big toys (motor bikes, SxS, small car, etc.) you store in the garage, do you generally remove those big toys when you camp for a few days or a week? Or does it become a hassle and you just use it as garage storage? All insight and experiences would be greatly appreciated. Gerry