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Off-road riding takes dedication, commitment...and money!! Lots of money for motorcycles, fuel, gear, parts, EZ-ups, coolers, emergency room visits, you name it...so most of us buy what we can afford and call it a day. But what if you won the lottery? We've all seen the newer generation of "Toy Haulers" and they look amazing - that's what we'd be rolling up in. We've decided to take a look at some the best (and expensive) premium toy haulers and give you something to think about. These aren't the "economy" or budget units here, no, these are the best of the best of the badass toy haulers that you would give your left nut to own! So let's get beyond the basics and look at what you can get when you have a bank account like a Saudi sheik or US pharmaceutical executive! What's inside these luxury toy haulers? We'd want these features at a minimum: Amazing motorcycle/quad storage garage area with tool storage, full kitchen with refrigerator, stove and microwave, interior/exterior entertainment systems and restrooms with full sized showers and options like fireplaces, power awnings, on board fueling stations and skylights in the toilets! Let's get started! Grand Design Momentum Toy Hauler It's an incredible unit that features everything we've mentioned and can be kitted out for even more if your wallet permits like a fireplace and fueling station. Options abound with items like Rockford Fosgate stereo systems, king sized bed upgrades, electric bunks, massaging sofa's and home theater seating. Wow! This wild toy hauler features many different floor plans and various garage lengths up to 18 feet which was the largest we've seen so far. Checkout the pics... Action Mobil Global XRS 7200 Have a cool $1.1m burning a hole in your pocket? Want to be able to haul your toys almost anywhere? The Action Mobil Global XRS 7200 6X6 is right up your alley! This Austrian honey weighs in at a massive 18 tons and is motivated by a 720hp diesel engine. Amenities include satellite TV, washer & dryer, and the best part... a fully integrated hydraulic lift to carry your bike! It even has big, chrome letters in the grill that reads, "MAN". If you're lacking, this unit will make up for it. Cyclone by Heartland Another amazing hauler, the Cyclone Series features a 13' garage area and sleeps up to 7 people. It has some cool packages and options for the cost is no object buyer including items like dual pane windows, rear electric awning and a 40" outdoor TV! Heartland also offers the S5 package and it has even more cool stuff like a second 20 gallon fuel cell, 40" garage TV and massage chairs with USB ports...wow, we need that after those long days of riding. Full House by DRV Suites Another wild luxury toy hauler, the Full House sleeps 7 and had the exterior graphics we thought really stood out, it's a very cool looking vehicle. It also features garages up to 13.6' and ultra thick walls and floors, walk-in closets and things like an on-board fuel filling station! This hauler had options to suit every taste and bank account including gourmet kitchens, hardwood steps, LED lighting, 55" TV's, rain sensors, keyless entry doors and home theater systems, you name it, it's available, amazing! Last but not least is the Seismic by Jayco Jayco is well-known in the industry and they offer the Seismic which is their luxury toy-hauler offering that sleeps 8. This hauler has tons of standard and optional features including heated sofa with massage, Simmons mattresses and a 23 cubic foot refrigerator! Want more? How about 50" LED TV's, full speaker systems in garage area, Corian countertops and Bluetooth everywhere...is that luxurious enough? In closing, if you have the cash you can buy the flash! These luxury toy-haulers are nicer than some people's homes and can be outfitted with just about anything you want except maybe a swimming pool or helicopter deck. Money no object, which toyhauler would you buy ??? What feature(s) are really tripping your trigger? Hit us up in the comments section below... we'd love to hear your thoughts!
I've been going to the races with my F150 and a 14' cargo/race trailer. I feel like it would be nice to stay on-site at the races instead of the hotel/motel deal. I can't pull much more trailer with my 150, so I'm thinking about purchasing an RV to pull my trailer. Is anyone else using a similar set-up?
Dado Carvalho posted a topic in Rocky MountainsWe will be leaving from DC on April 10 and have ours trails and days all picked out. We will be towing a 40 foot RV toy hauler and plan on sleeping off the trail heads except for White Rim which is what brings me here. I see that there is nowhere I can park this thing reasonably close to the Island in the Sky visitor center. Canyonlands seem to have some rules of RV size and where you can actually park to camp (it would have been perfect at the island in the sky campground but it limits to 29 foot rv's). We ride 300 two strokers and really don't want to spend much time riding the bikes on the paved roads. Where would you recommend me park the RV for the night so we can start white rim early in the morning? BTW if anyone is interested we might still have two spots left in the trailer leaving from DC on April 10th and returning the 21st. Thanks. PS we are hitting all these trails. Slick Rock (Difficulty: 3 of 5) Fins and Things (Difficulty: 3 of 5) Sunset ride Kane Creek (Difficulty: 2 of 5)/ Cliff Hanger (Difficulty: 4 of 5) Poison Spider/Gemini/Golden Spike (Difficulty: 3 of 5) White Rim (Difficulty: 2 of 5) Day Permit required!! Sovereign Trail (Difficulty: 3 of 5) Bartlett Wash / 3D Trail (Difficulty: 2 of 5) Dead Cow Wash/The Tubes (Difficulty: 3 of 5) Swingarm City/Hanksville (Difficulty: wide range you know the videos) San Rafael Swell (Color Trails) (Difficulty: wide range some 5 of 5) Water Fall Trail (Tentative) Close to San Rafael Swell (Difficulty: 3 of 5)
04crf250 posted a topic in Trucks, Trailers, RV's & Toy HaulersHowdy all! I've wanted a toy hauler since I started riding 20 years ago, and I finally made it happen! A few weeks ago I purchased a 2006 Weekend Warrior FS2300. (Yes, I knew about the Weekend Warrior problems ahead of time). The trailer was a great deal, has been stored under a carport it's whole life, and was owned by a couple who used it twice a year (New Years and 4th of July) for family reunions...needless to say it was cleaner than most of the bajillion I looked at. I've gone through the WW and cleaned/prepped/done maintenance to everything I could think of, but I still have a few questions that I am fully aware are stupid...never having been around RVs or Toy Haulers, I just legitimately have no idea: Can you run the refrigerator when you are towing? Specifically, if I head out for a weekend should I pack my food and drink in a cooler and transfer it over when we get to our destination, or is it okay to put in the refrigerator before we head out? If we have 2 people using the toilet and shower for 2 nights, should I empty the black and grey-water tanks immediately? Or if we plan to head out again within a few weeks, is it okay to leave it until we have a few more days of use? Does the generator charge the batteries as well as powering the trailer? When do people usually run the generator? In general, is there anything I should know about toy haulers/travel trailers? Specific to the WW frame issue, what can I do to mitigate the problem? I checked the frame and while it has a VERY slight (few degree) upturn, the frame is, for all intents and purposes, straight. I haven't seen photos of the frame repair so I can't confirm, but I don't believe it's been done on this trailer.