we bought ours new last spring, we really like it. It is easy to pull with my f250, and easier with the bike in it, less sway.We looked at the 19rr also, but it just seemed too small on the inside. When comparing the 19rr and 25rr, I was thinking of inside room mostly. I never realized how little cabinet space it had till we loaded it to go camping.
I took the tv off the cabinet panel and mounted an extending swing arm on the wall for it. then opened up that cabinet space, (theres nothing behind that black panel on my 25rr). I also put a shelf in there. We really like the big window and put the table in front of it when camping. The table is heavy and mine is wobbly, but it's ok till I come up with a better table.
Our camper did not come with a spare, so I bought one right after getting the camper. I should have checked the tires closely before buying it. After 2 trips, maybe 500 miles, one tire had some splits in the sidewall, and all had like a welt around the sidewalls about an inch from the rim edge. The tires were trail express, and were less than 6 months old. tires have a date on them, first number is the week of the year, and the second number is the year, keep them at max cold pressure. I replaced mine with Goodyear Marathon radials. So check them tires good if you havent bought one yet. Maybe even get the dealer to put better tires on it?
I would recommend buying a 25rr, especially for the money. Some other toy haulers are crazy expensive. We really like ours, just wish we had time to take it out more, hopefully this year we will. We have also met others at campgrounds that have 25rr's and they were also happy with theirs. But I think everyone does modifications to them.
2013 Cherokee grey wolf 25rr
06 F 250 5.4L gas
03 Honda vtx 1800c