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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old 06-09-2007, 07:51 PM Thread Starter
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%99 sure I am getting this

http://www.jayco.com/php/products/to...ler.php?id=133

I think it would be a good addition to the family. I am not a RV kind of guy but I do think we could get a lot of use out of it for years.

In addition of the standard features it also comes with Central air, attic fan, awning, mirrowave, large double door fridge, skylight, stabilizer jacks(4), stereo with 4 kicker speakers and kicker amp and kicker 10in sub, water heater, water purifactation system, 4000w QUIET gererator, FUEL STATION(so I can run the generator and fill up the bikes, I think its 24 gallons), 2 electric queen beds and not to mention a queen for us, exterior grill, roof rack and ladder, free standing table and 2 extra chairs.

MSRP 33,668.90 sold for 24,000++

I am just waiting on financing to see if I like the interest rate. The intrest is tax deductable BTW.

Here are pics of the smaller one but I am getting the 29footer.

I think it would be nice to haul the race bike that I am going to buy in july.

So good investment or walk away???
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post #2 of 36 (permalink) Old 06-09-2007, 07:51 PM Thread Starter
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just as long as you get use out of it.

that's the biggest problem with toyhaulers for some people...they buy it with best intentions, and then never use it.


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I think with haveing all the kids it would be a nice addition. And also will my 1/2 ton truck pull it efficantly and WHERE TO PARK DA FUCKER....


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If you are just pulling it on flat roads and minor hills you should be fine... that thing is pretty damn light.... if you are really loaded up you may want to consider a diesel for the pulling power... Do you have the 5.3 in your truck?

As far as buying one.... maybe try renting one this year each time you want to go out.... see how much you actually use it. You may be surprised as Mark said... most of them sit after there bought.



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I have a 5.3 with a heavy duty trailering package including a transmission and oil cooler. ITs like 6600 lbs wet. That included 106 gallons of water and 24 gallons of fuel. 2 bikes is approx 900 wet. And if its fiddies (3) that I am trailering a whole lot less.


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I pull my boat pretty well and it's about the same lbs.... but in the major mountains I wish I had more.... and the really step hills can be a major bitch... lol

If I buy again and still have the boat I will go for the 6.0 or a diesel.





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what boat do you have that is 7000 pounds and what truck do you have????


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Malibu Wakesetter 21' , it's not that heavy until the trip home and it's soaked... lol and the truck is an 03 Avalanche with the 5.3



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I just looked up the weight and it's only about 4000lbs... lol If your trailer is 7000lbs you might be in for a little trouble in the hills... are you sure it weighs that much?



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+1 on the use, If you were racing and traveling most of the year I'd say it's a great buy....but a couple times a year is a waste


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my wife and i were facing the same problem so i bought an old but good trailer for cash and i told her if we use it enough to justify a payment then we can upgrade in a year.
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You must have a biga ass truck to pull that! Iam just hoping to get a V-Nose 5x8, so I can spend the night close to the track
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You must have a biga ass truck to pull that! Iam just hoping to get a V-Nose 5x8, so I can spend the night close to the track
I am hope ing that my 2007 new body 4x4 z71 5.3l high capacity air filter oil cooler transmission cooler tailer equipped GMC Sierra will handle it


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I am hope ing that my 2007 new body 4x4 z71 5.3l high capacity air filter oil cooler transmission cooler tailer equipped GMC Sierra will handle it
Don't hold your breath bro.....

It will pull it and the trailer people will tell you "oh that's perfect" lol but in the long run if you are in the mountains you will be looking for more power if it weighs 7000lbs....



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I say go for it. RV's rule and having the bike in the back??? its perfect

edit: I thought it was an RV, still cool though
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4x4 usually drop about 1k pounds off your tow capacity
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Pretty sweet looking... But you don't even have the time to take your boat out on the lake you aren't going to be able to use this for another 3 or so years till your boys are bigger and it's not such a pain in the ass to organize a camping trip.

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I've got an 02 GMC with a 6 liter with a cold air package, chip, 4.11 gears and tow a 26' travel trailer that weighs about 7500 lbs loaded. Does great on flat ground not too bad in the mountains. Storage runs about $60.00 a month through in insurance, registration your about $1000.00 a year in ownership. I bought mine used and have been very happy, a lot of people buy new with the intention of using it and find out there not so theres a lot of great used stuff out there (save the money). Costs about a grand a week to rent and you don't have the other worries. FYI
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post #20 of 36 (permalink) Old 06-11-2007, 09:33 AM
 
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A really good friend has a Funhauler (30ish ft).He enjoys it for traveling to races with his wife/daughter, but doesn't use it for much else since most races are solo trips or close enough to do in a day.
I couldnt justify it's expense+gas even if it was a once a month thing.
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