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Old 01-17-2019, 10:19 AM   #1
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NOBO 19.1 Toy Hauler

Has anyone taken a good look at the new NOBO 19.1 toy hauler? Interested in your impressions. I've seen the online videos and it might just have the extra room I'm looking for. One of the videos shows a zippered screen opening and porch-like barriers on the back, wonder if those are factory options or standard? If anyone has seen the specs, please add a link to this thread!
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The 19.1 caught my attention as well because it's only 7' wide. But its still to long to get to secluded camp sites at 25' long imo.

Plus, it has the laminated walls we are all so fond of..
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that is very similar to my 17RP's layout. the 17RP is under 22 feet long, 7 feet wide and is stick and tin construction. zipper screen door was an option on ours.

this looks like a very nice unit too! i like the dual couch set up at the back and the full size fridge and dry bath. ours is a wet bath.
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that is very similar to my 17RP's layout. the 17RP is under 22 feet long, 7 feet wide and is stick and tin construction. zipper screen door was an option on ours.

this looks like a very nice unit too! i like the dual couch set up at the back and the full size fridge and dry bath. ours is a wet bath.
Will have to look up the 17RP. 👍🏻
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Ignore the 110 lbs black bear, but this should give you an idea of the inside of our 17RP. the bed is a Full XL, so its full width of the camper, window next to the bathroom. its the smaller fridge, shelf on top. tv is above the big window next to the entry door. we added the plastic drawer unit next to the kitchen cabinets/sink for storage. stove is next to the sink, microwave and stereo are above. vented range hood as well (vents outside). we ditched the table for the fold in half blow molded 4 foot table. way easier to move around. the other picture just shows the length connected to our '09 F150 crew cab, 6.5 box. it doesnt even know this thing is back there.
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Ignore the 110 lbs black bear, but this should give you an idea of the inside of our 17RP. the bed is a Full XL, so its full width of the camper, window next to the bathroom. its the smaller fridge, shelf on top. tv is above the big window next to the entry door. we added the plastic drawer unit next to the kitchen cabinets/sink for storage. stove is next to the sink, microwave and stereo are above. vented range hood as well (vents outside). we ditched the table for the fold in half blow molded 4 foot table. way easier to move around. the other picture just shows the length connected to our '09 F150 crew cab, 6.5 box. it doesnt even know this thing is back there.

Funny how your bear sits..


That's a great looking trailer and pretty much exactly what I'm looking for. But I had so many leaks in the surv featherlite toyhauler I used to own, I would be paranoid about wood construction..
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Funny how your bear sits..


That's a great looking trailer and pretty much exactly what I'm looking for. But I had so many leaks in the surv featherlite toyhauler I used to own, I would be paranoid about wood construction..
she is a goof for sure! i always worry about leaks too, but i figure that if i keep up with the seams it should be ok for a while
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Ignore the 110 lbs black bear...

the other picture just shows the length connected to our '09 F150 crew cab, 6.5 box. it doesnt even know this thing is back there.
Nice canine-bear, LOL. And yours is a sweet looking rig to be sure. I'll definitely research.

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That's a great looking trailer and pretty much exactly what I'm looking for. But I had so many leaks in the surv featherlite toyhauler I used to own, I would be paranoid about wood construction..
I hear what your'e saying about construction and materials. Is there even an affordable brand made with better materials?
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I hear what your'e saying about construction and materials. Is there even an affordable brand made with better materials?

No..

What I did was bought a used featherlite which held its value for the four years I owned it. Granted, I busted my butt redoing everything. But I sold it for more than I paid, after investing time and money..


I don't think the next trailer I buy will be a wash though, and my featherlite might have been beginner's luck..
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Has anyone taken a good look at the new NOBO 19.1 toy hauler? Interested in your impressions. I've seen the online videos and it might just have the extra room I'm looking for. One of the videos shows a zippered screen opening and porch-like barriers on the back, wonder if those are factory options or standard? If anyone has seen the specs, please add a link to this thread!
We just bought a fully loaded NOBO 19.1. It came with the party deck, bug screen, privacy shade, 100 watt solar, and a 1000 watt pure wave inverter. Hopefully this little toy hauler is gonna hold up.
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