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Old 12-03-2015, 07:10 PM   #1
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Newbie 2014 Work and Play 28VFKS Toyhauler Owner

Purchased my new (2014 leftover) toyhauler from HitchRV in NJ, they were very happy to negotiate their asking price to beat other dealers, I would highly recommend them! I have winterized and covered my toyhauler with an ADCO all weather cover, counting the days until spring. Any other forum members that own or have owned the 28VFKS toyhauler? Thank you!
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Old 12-04-2015, 12:21 AM   #2
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Old 12-04-2015, 07:09 AM   #3
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That front kitchen floorplan is a nice open floorplan. I'm in the same boat as you. Bought new Oct 31st. Won't get to use it until perhaps late Feb when I depart MN for the Gulf Coast of LA for a few weeks.
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Good luck on Sleeping on that Bed! Youroo!!
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I agree Keystone the front kitchen area is so spacious. We'll be counting the days until our road trips. That sounds like a nice trip, never been to the Gulf Coast of LA.
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Thank you Youroo! The photo doesn't show the other bed but it has the electric Happijac bed too.
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Old 12-04-2015, 02:30 PM   #8
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Good luck on Sleeping on that Bed! Youroo!!
I'd sleep in the recliner. I removed the couch in my TT and put in two Wally World recliners. Best in the world---NO, but cost effective and Wally World will take back almost anything. Happy Trails
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I agree Keystone the front kitchen area is so spacious. We'll be counting the days until our road trips. That sounds like a nice trip, never been to the Gulf Coast of LA.
I like the area in late winter. Not a tourist area so it's Laid back etc. Plenty of Mom and Pop places to eat with real Cajun food and super fresh seafood!
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That's what I was thinking, those recliners are very comfortable! Good idea to replace the couches with recliners too. Thank you pdqparalegal1!
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