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Old 08-08-2016, 09:19 PM   #1
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New To ME Gray Wolf M-19RR Toy Hauler

I picked up a clean 2012 19RR two weeks ago and have been spending way too much money fixing it up. Who ever posted the ramp extension, thanks, it was a great set of plans. The information on this site is very helpful.

I discussed picking up an RV to see the country with my wife of 35 years and she told me she did not want any part of it, so I went small. Instead of a 40ft pusher I pick up this toy hauler to pull behind my Dodge Diesel. Most of my touring the past 5 years has been on a motorcycle. I only get so many vacation days a year and the weather has been hard on me. I ride year round. All I wanted in an RV was a bed and a place for my bike to stay clean. My wife will not be coming with me.

Christmas vacation I rode to Big Bend down in South Texas and this summer I was up in Pennsylvania enjoying the hills. I plan to make some road trips and do some camping as I am tired of packing and unpacking my bike at each hotel each night. Having a base camp will be great and a roof over my head in bad weather will be much safer. I rode thousands of miles in rain and snow the past year. When I was a teenager I went cross country in a 1973 starcraft motorhome and got the bug. We burned 1100 gallons of gas in two weeks at about 47 cents a gallon. I may be traveling with some other bike riders I know have toy haulers across the country. I ride a 99 Valkyrie Interstate. The bike is 9 ft long and 42 inches wide. Look forward to joining the RV community.
Purchased a toy hauler to carry this in bad weather:
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Purchased a toy hauler to carry this in bad weather:
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Old 08-08-2016, 09:26 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forum from Wv, nice vintage pic.

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Old 08-09-2016, 06:12 AM   #3
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Welcome. Nice bike too.
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