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Old 12-05-2012, 03:45 PM   #11
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Re: Toy Haulers (this one is for Cheif)

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and i thought i had a nice truck and trailer set up...very nice op.
Thanks.

Tfs32' my truck is just a 1500 but I've re geared it, put air bags on the rear, and put an aluminum radiator in it. It handles great but could use more power on the grades. My trailer is around 5k lbs dry so with water, fuel, and bike....it's well over 6k.

Turboblew, I built the gas rack to hold 4 cans and I'm to anal not to put all 4 in when I use it

M3, that's my chicks 4runner. We love it. Tows the bikes and my boat pretty damn good. Defiantly glad we bought it.
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Old 12-05-2012, 03:58 PM   #12
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You even have a canopy bro!??!!??!!

God damn!! And HOLY HORSESHIT is that an orange dodge with a confederate flag scheme on it????!!

Mind = blown right now. I'm gonna go drive my corolla off a cliff on my way home commute and hope for insurance money to put towards a toy hauler.



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Are they the HUGE ones with the drum shaped/sized outside ring on em that look real industrial? I need this. Like 3 of em. 2 for paint booth venting and one for trackside cause I sweat like a fat broad in the sun.

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nice toy hauler... chief is always telling me we should get a toy hauler, especially after i borrowed a portable ac unit from my house and rigged it in my trailer for a track weekend.
Bro, I am STILL upset you didn't turn that thing on colder and higher. We could have been literally CHILLIN'!!!! You gotta keep bringing that thing bro. Some of em do heat and cold too. Does that one do it? Let's put a roof unit on your trailer ASAFP

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Thanks.

Tfs32' my truck is just a 1500 but I've re geared it, put air bags on the rear, and put an aluminum radiator in it. It handles great but could use more power on the grades. My trailer is around 5k lbs dry so with water, fuel, and bike....it's well over 6k.

Turboblew, I built the gas rack to hold 4 cans and I'm to anal not to put all 4 in when I use it

M3, that's my chicks 4runner. We love it. Tows the bikes and my boat pretty damn good. Defiantly glad we bought it.
That's some fcukin MAN SHIT!!! When I build something I fcukin use it. If I buy something I use it to it's fullest whenever possible. You got like $200 worth of fuel cans alone right there to hold up. That's :

I need a toy hauler and a chevy tahoe like tomorrow.
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Old 12-05-2012, 04:14 PM   #13
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Old 12-05-2012, 04:20 PM   #14
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Hey Chief, my truck has the "Dixie" horn too

I could do a whole thread just on building it. I had to do a lot of work to get the General where he's at now. I made custom upper arms, and airbag brackets that extend to allow for full travel of the rear, painted it myself (my buddy laid down the base and clear, I did the rest) It's been a fun truck.
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Old 12-05-2012, 06:04 PM   #15
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Now that I have a duramax to pull one I am definitely looking for a toy hauler or atleast a 7x14. Nice rig dude!
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Old 12-05-2012, 06:13 PM   #16
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http://www.motorcyclistonline.com/ho...nect_xl_wagon/

Really considering getting one of these

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Old 12-05-2012, 06:18 PM   #17
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Now that I have a duramax to pull one I am definitely looking for a toy hauler or atleast a 7x14. Nice rig dude!
Dude, you can tow a 30' hauler with the Duramax like nothing

My 21' was perfect when I bought it...just my daughter and me. Now that my girlfriend and her son live with me, it's getting small. I may go with a class A and sell the hauler. I can pick up a nice used coach for what a decent truck that could pull a bigger hauler would cost. Then just get a box trailer for the bikes.
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Old 12-05-2012, 06:22 PM   #18
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http://www.motorcyclistonline.com/ho...nect_xl_wagon/

Really considering getting one of these
Sick! Only problem is... your bike will have more power than the vehicle

I see those little things all over in Asia, so many little box trucks and tiny ass vans. They seem to work pretty good.
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http://www.motorcyclistonline.com/ho...nect_xl_wagon/

Really considering getting one of these
Depending on what your hauling, the bike inside may make more power than the thing hauling it!

I've got a friend that keeps talking about getting one too. I'd be worried about having to climb hills with it though. Most of the tracks I go to are on the other side of mountain ranges.
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Sick! Only problem is... your bike will have more power than the vehicle

I see those little things all over in Asia, so many little box trucks and tiny ass vans. They seem to work pretty good.
Great minds think alike?
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