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Old 03-02-2012, 07:53 PM   #1
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2004 Sierra 37' new to me input ?

Hi I just bought a used Sierra 37' toy hauler its new to me and would like to get any input from those who had one or own one now good ,bad or any info may help . Towing with a Ford -F350 7.3 L diesel 4X4 super cab on singles 2000 mod. bought new . Cheers Wayne

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Old 04-15-2012, 01:14 PM   #2
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What do you want to know? I pull a 2006 travel trailer version and its big and heavy, not to mention a wind hog. Nice rig and lots of options that make it fun. I did have to add more hooks in the garage floor for tie down points and motor cycle wheel brackets for the bikes. Welded in more steel frame work under nether to the frame work for the added floor hooks (anchor to solid points and not plywood floors). Routed and recessed the hooks into the floor to be flush. Then picked up a nice throw rug at the home stores to cover all this up when camping.

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Old 06-04-2012, 12:25 PM   #3
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I bought a F37Sp new in 2004...I loved that trailer and if I could turn back time, would buy another one.

I lived in it for 9 months, travelled all around the country with it. The biggest problem was the "Chinabomb" tires put on at the factory.

It had the best of all worlds in it: A 11' garage, big enough for almost all toys, PLENTLY of kitchen and bedroom cabinets, shower was long and large enough for a 6-2" guy like me, plus i could read the paper went I went into the "Office" if I wanted.

Oh, and only 2 axles. I put Goodyear G647? tires on there.

But, I "JUST had to have a RV with a shower stall, 3 axles and 3 slides".

The closet in the front cap is large enough to put shirts in on hangers, unlike most, i liked the step down garage.

Plus, it tows easy and its weight is not too heavy. I got 12+ MPG with it and 8MPG with my current TH.

I bought my current F40SPTS in June of 2006 and still have regrets today, but after 5 months in the shop in the first 6 months owned, its usable.

Anyhow, you got a great unit.

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