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Old 07-08-2016, 08:01 PM   #11
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The versatality of the toyhauler layout is the best. My garage area is used for general workshop and a keyboard music studio, and guest bedroom. Even with some of the flaws of the basic design I still like the W&P for the reason the OP mentioned, high cargo capacityand robust construction.
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Old 07-09-2016, 10:17 AM   #12
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Just bought a new 2017 25 WAB. Had a 18 EC and wanted the front bedroom. I like it a lot after ironing out a few things wth the dealer. Factory has been very good in getting things up to par.

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Old 07-09-2016, 10:27 AM   #13
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Would love to see pictures. Include the wife, please! LOL

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I am going to admit........I know NOTHING about A) Toy Haulers or B) work and play. I don't even know what a Work and Play is, or what they look like inside. I sure hope to be able to "tour" some different style campers at Goshen. Sorry to be a goof, but I just never looked at any of those, and don't know anyone that has them. Not that I think I bought the wrong thing.........just curious and the ones I've seen look really cool. I DO have a bunch of toys........LOL....... but until they make one that a 20' bass boat will fit in, or a big ole Kawasaki Teryx SxS, I guess I'll let DW pull that stuff and tag along behind me.
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They do make them that big
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Old 07-11-2016, 03:46 PM   #15
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They are a toy hauler company bought by FR a few years back that are built to take the rough loads we expect from a toy hauler. The frames are hands down, best structurally built for the $.
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They are a toy hauler company bought by FR a few years back that are built to take the rough loads we expect from a toy hauler. The frames are hands down, best structurally built for the $.
They certainly are built tough!
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