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Old 10-26-2020, 11:37 AM   #1
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Smaller fifth wheel toy hauler with bunks?

I'm not sure that they make what we're looking for. For our next rig, we're definitely going to be going with a fifth wheel, with the Keystone Cough 29MBS being the front runner because it has its own separate bunkhouse, isn't crazy tall (11' 7"), and isn't crazy long either (32' 10"). For me, the biggest consideration is size. I can live without the bells and whistles to keep it in a smaller package. We do a lot of dry camping and boondocking and exploring on little back roads where large rigs just simply don't fit. We've got a 26 foot tow behind right now, and I don't want our total size to go much bigger than what we've got now, which is why we're going to get a fifth wheel, so we can get more interior space without making the total rig much longer.

This being said, I've started thinking about ways to take my dualsport with me (Yamaha WR250R), and a toy hauler sounds like a great idea. However, I can't really find any smaller fifth wheel toy haulers with bunks. I don't have any brand preferences. Does anyone know if what I'm looking for exists?
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Old 10-27-2020, 05:46 PM   #3
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Most toy haulers have the dual queen happy jack bunk system in the garage.
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I'm not sure that they make what we're looking for. For our next rig, we're definitely going to be going with a fifth wheel, with the Keystone Cough 29MBS being the front runner because it has its own separate bunkhouse, isn't crazy tall (11' 7"), and isn't crazy long either (32' 10"). For me, the biggest consideration is size. I can live without the bells and whistles to keep it in a smaller package. We do a lot of dry camping and boondocking and exploring on little back roads where large rigs just simply don't fit. We've got a 26 foot tow behind right now, and I don't want our total size to go much bigger than what we've got now, which is why we're going to get a fifth wheel, so we can get more interior space without making the total rig much longer.

This being said, I've started thinking about ways to take my dualsport with me (Yamaha WR250R), and a toy hauler sounds like a great idea. However, I can't really find any smaller fifth wheel toy haulers with bunks. I don't have any brand preferences. Does anyone know if what I'm looking for exists?
Have you asked on the Keystone owners forum for information on a Keystone Cough 29MBS?
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