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Old 01-22-2018, 09:53 PM   #1
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Cedar Creek Silverback 37RTH NEW MODEL WOW!!!!!!

Does anyone know anything about this new model?

I am REALLY interested in it, but all the literature does not include a 5.5 onan generator EVEN as an option. Does anyone know of a 41 foot Fifth wheel that does NOT have a generator? I don't know everything, but that just seems ODD?

I REALLY WANT THIS TOYHAULER but no generator is a deal breaker.

I have seen pics and it looks like it capable of it, I even see a box upfront like MOST fifth wheels. WEIRD!!!!

Here is a video link - check it out and let me know your thoughts
https://youtu.be/EGE5FXCCbk8
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Old 01-22-2018, 10:09 PM   #2
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Contact Cedar Creek. My bet is the option info is out of date.
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Old 01-22-2018, 10:37 PM   #3
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It’s a brand new model for the toy hauler.
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Old 01-23-2018, 10:09 AM   #4
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The door they show up front is to the basement storage area, I don't see a place for a generator in that video or an option to add one on their website. But, if you're willing to pay, anything can be done. Keep in mind with this style toyhauler, the master bed has to be raised to the ceiling when your toys are in the back. So you have to unload your toys to use the bed.
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Old 01-23-2018, 06:13 PM   #5
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Interesting

Looks nice but I couldn't tell how much storage there was in the basement. Looked small.
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No cathedral ceilings in the slideouts for Silverback ?!?!
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Old 01-23-2018, 10:27 PM   #7
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UPDATE -- I had two conflicting reports today. ONE from Forest River and ONE from a Dealer in Virginia. Forest River said they do not offer a generator in the Silverback. (REALLY??) . A DEALER told me they ordered a "Prep" kit for it and are installing one in the one they purchased. FR sold them the kit. He said the Gen is about $5000 ish installed. The OWNER of the dealer even called forest river to verify.

ALSO, polishdon , I will be hauling a motorcycle in the garage. I have taken all the measurements and when the bed is ALL the way down it is 61". My motorcycle is only 54". SO the MC can stay in the garage area while sleeping. This unit is also a little longer than other "Front Living area" toyhaulers and has plenty of LENGTH for the MC.
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garage dimensions

Would you happen to have the width and length of the garage, as well as the door opening width? I wonder if a Can-Am Spyder RT will fit in it.

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Old 01-29-2018, 04:07 PM   #9
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Would you happen to have the width and length of the garage, as well as the door opening width? I wonder if a Can-Am Spyder RT will fit in it.

Thank you,
Kirk
Here is the picture they sent me with the dimensions of the garage.

RTH GARAGE MEASUREMENTS - 180109-1016.pdf

Let me know if you can't open it. I think I attached it properly.
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Thank you Rhoadzie!

I was able to open the pdf. The width is an inch smaller than the fenders, but the length is good.

Thanks again,
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Thank you Rhoadzie!

I was able to open the pdf. The width is an inch smaller than the fenders, but the length is good.

Thanks again,
Kirk
I love this front living for a toy hauler. I am also looking at a 2017 KZ Venom 4011QK. It has a regular garage which would probably fit our spyder
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Old 02-24-2018, 10:34 AM   #13
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Angry Riverstone has a toy hauler

Just any FYI: Forest River Riverstone also has a toy hauler with the garage under the bed. The door opening width is 64” making it the answer for my Spyder RT. Spec says garage is 66” x 110”, height in closed position is 59.5”.
The model is 39FKTH.
Couch’s has a YouTube video describing the dimensions as well as the rest of the coach.

We are going to look at the 39FK - non toy hauler near us, if we like that we will order the toy hauler.
Cheers!
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and a Ladder to get into the Bed
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and a Ladder to get into the Bed
LOL! My wife, 5’6” feels she can get up there. I’m thinking a step will be required. We looked at the Grand Design with the same bed setup and she didn’t seem put off.. Time will tell ...
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Yes, we saw that one. It is about $40,000 above the Cedar Creek. Nice unit but out of my budget!
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