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    Leech with 2 daughters... Array CLeRiC's Avatar
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    Advice on Toy Hauler

    I'm looking at buying a 24 to 30 foot toy hauler for extensive road trips around BC and beyond.

    Most of the rear ramp loaders just seem like a garage with a sink and furniture thrown in. I'm currently considering a Keystone Outback 28KRS as it is a front side loader and seems to be well appointed for living accommodation.

    Anyone here have any experience with this particular trailer or a recommendation for something similar?

    Any input would be appreciated. Thanks.

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    Registered User Array rgm's Avatar
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    I just bought a Keystone travel trailer and have used it a lot this summer. I am quite happy with the quality of the unit. If I was going to buy a toyhauler and money were no object, I would go to Meridian RV in Port Coquitlam and have Gary show you some of the Fusions. The living space is quality and most have separate garage areas.
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    es ist orange und bellt Array barking pumpkin's Avatar
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    Look in Bellingham on CL. A co worker friend of mine picked up a 24' foot toy hauler for's pretty sweet.
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