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Old 04-07-2021, 01:50 PM   #1
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Request for New Subforums in Toyhauler Section

Any chance you could add a Salem FSX/ Wildwood FSX sub forum in the Toyhauler section? I see a lot of posts from owners of these, myself included but we just have to use the general Toyhauler section. It would be easier to follow specific threads.
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So Salem and Wildwoods are sister lines?


EDIT: I see that now as I peruse the website for each.


https://forestriverinc.com/rvs/trave...gionSelected=1


https://forestriverinc.com/rvs/trave...gionSelected=1


Hmmm, we may can make something happen here.
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Yes, they are even manufactured at same facility. Identical model names, appliances, and features. Only difference is color schemes.
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Yes, they are even manufactured at same facility. Identical model names, appliances, and features. Only difference is color schemes.

I'm seeing that. So in actual true toy haulers there is sister lines of?

1. Wildwood FSX and Wildwood X-Lite
https://forestriverinc.com/rvs/brand...od/toy-haulers

2. Salem FSX and Salem Cruise Lite
https://forestriverinc.com/rvs/brand/Salem/toy-haulers


Let me do a thread title search of Wildwood FSX, Wildwood X-Lite, Salem FSX, and Salem Cruise Lite.


If enough, we may can make a combined Salem/Wildwood section in the toy hauler subsection.
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You had included links for the Wildwood and Salem lines. The toy haulers actually use the Wildwood FSX or Salem FSX label. But there are also regular non toyhaulers campers under these as well. Just an fyi.

https://forestriverinc.com/rvs/trave...gionSelected=1

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You had included links for the Wildwood and Salem lines. The toy haulers actually use the Wildwood FSX or Salem FSX label. But there are also regular non toyhaulers campers under these as well. Just an fyi.

https://forestriverinc.com/rvs/trave...gionSelected=1

https://forestriverinc.com/rvs/trave...gionSelected=1

Yeah, I had edited my previous #4 post to show the toyhaulers.
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FYI., you must have been typing at same time. Yes, they are sister lines. Identical in every way except color schemes
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Hmmm, it doesn't appear the x-lites are toyhaulers. Wonder why FR has them listed on their toyhauler pages?
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Another thing you might notice is that the only toyhauler in either line available in Northwest is the 181RT. But the Midwest selection offers not only the 181RT, but all the different toyhauler models including the new Max Toyhauler.
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Hmmm, it doesn't appear the x-lites are toyhaulers. Wonder why FR has them listed on their toyhauler pages?
They do if you select the Northwest. But not available in Midwest. Same with the Salem Cruise Lite. Go figure...
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OK, a combined Salem/Wildwood section has been established in the toyhauler subsection. I populated it with threads that had FSX in the title and were residing either in the Salem, Wildwood, or general toyhauler sections.

https://www.forestriverforums.com/forums/f257/


If anyone sees threads that would better served for being in this new toyhauler section, please let me or any of the site team know, so we can move them there.

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I sent a PM to you but some of the threads should be in the regular travel trailer forum. The Toyhauler models are 181RT, 190RT, 210RT, 260RT, and 280RT. There is also one other variation where there may be an "X" on the end such as 260RTX. It is still a toyhauler but one with fiberglass exterior instead of the corrugated siding. The ones that have "BH" are regular travel trailers.
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And thank you very much for doing this!!!
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I sent a PM to you but some of the threads should be in the regular travel trailer forum. The Toyhauler models are 181RT, 190RT, 210RT, 260RT, and 280RT. There is also one other variation where there may be an "X" on the end such as 260RTX. It is still a toyhauler but one with fiberglass exterior instead of the corrugated siding. The ones that have "BH" are regular travel trailers.

Everything I moved had FSX in the title. I assumed all the Wildwood/Salem FSX models were toy haulers, since I didn't see FSX in the forest river links in post #2 above.


Are you saying there are Salem/Wildwood FSX models that are not toyhaulers?
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Yes. Only the models I listed above are the toyhaulers. I don't understand why Forest River combined Toyhaulers with Travel Trailers unde4 the FSX label but they did.
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And I sincerely apologize for the confusion.
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I sent a PM to you but some of the threads should be in the regular travel trailer forum. The Toyhauler models are 181RT, 190RT, 210RT, 260RT, and 280RT. There is also one other variation where there may be an "X" on the end such as 260RTX. It is still a toyhauler but one with fiberglass exterior instead of the corrugated siding. The ones that have "BH" are regular travel trailers.



So the model needs to be 181 and above with RT on the end to be a toyhauler?
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Maybe the secret code is
RT=Rear Toychest
BH=Bunk House

Simple mnemonic anyway.
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