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Old 10-19-2018, 11:36 AM   #1
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Anyone have structural blueprint of our toy hauler. We are trying to figure out whats under the front bedroom nightstand box in front of each side closet. We looked under and around outside and there are no access points. Wondering if they are just empty space.

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Old 10-19-2018, 09:10 PM   #3
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Anyone have structural blueprint of our toy hauler. We are trying to figure out whats under the front bedroom nightstand box in front of each side closet. We looked under and around outside and there are no access points. Wondering if they are just empty space.

Thanks for the help.
How do you like the 260rt? We are thinking of getting one. Pros or cons? Appreciate any feedback. Thx
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Do you like the 260rt? We are thinking of buying one. Appreciate any feedback. Thx
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We love it so far. Very easy to tow. Love the party deck. We put an extension shelf on the end of the kitchen counter and have a glass cutting board over the cooktop because the counterspace is limited. Love the glass shower surround and the queen front bedroom. I highly recommend it.
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Old 10-20-2018, 04:58 AM   #6
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Awesome

Thank you so much for the input. We were torn between the fsx or the grey wolf 26rr. So thx for helping with our decision. Did you get a good deal? Going to an rv show tomorrow and hoping to get a deal. Pls keep me posted on any good or bad issues with the hauler. Happy glamping !!!! Wendy
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Old 10-20-2018, 05:09 AM   #7
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Fsx 260rt

Forgot to ask. What type of vehicle are you towing it with. We also need to get a new truck. Thx
And let me know if you find out about the mystery space.... lol thx
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Old 10-20-2018, 02:57 PM   #8
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We love it so far. Very easy to tow. Love the party deck. We put an extension shelf on the end of the kitchen counter and have a glass cutting board over the cooktop because the counterspace is limited. Love the glass shower surround and the queen front bedroom. I highly recommend it.

If you like your knives, lose the glass cutting board and get a cheap wood {bamboo} one.
Much easier on the cutting edge.
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That's where your outside pass thru storage is. Lift up the bed & you will see. Its basically the same as our 26RR.
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Old 10-20-2018, 04:01 PM   #10
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Wife & I just looked at the 260RT this afternoon! We are very impressed with the layout. I hope that the one we saw is the exception rather than the rule! The outdoor steps were removed and we were told that they were broken and must be replaced. The entrance door would not close as it was entirely out of alignment! Cannot believe that all this could happen in transit! Overall we were impressed and hope the next one we see has much much better fit & finish! Thank you to all here as I’m looking for any and all advice in our decision making process as to whether we purchase!
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Thank you so much for the input. We were torn between the fsx or the grey wolf 26rr. So thx for helping with our decision. Did you get a good deal? Going to an rv show tomorrow and hoping to get a deal. Pls keep me posted on any good or bad issues with the hauler. Happy glamping !!!! Wendy
We got the 26RR .. and both the DW and I like it a lot .. I installed 500 watts of Solar and added some GFI outlets tin the kitchen area.. lots of little other little stuff to make it ours.. it is not a top of the line unit so if you are looking for that the Gray Wolf is not it ... but for a cheep unit (18K) I think it is hard to beat.. Hauls my Goldwing with no problems..
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Wife & I just looked at the 260RT this afternoon! We are very impressed with the layout. I hope that the one we saw is the exception rather than the rule! The outdoor steps were removed and we were told that they were broken and must be replaced. The entrance door would not close as it was entirely out of alignment! Cannot believe that all this could happen in transit! Overall we were impressed and hope the next one we see has much much better fit & finish! Thank you to all here as Iím looking for any and all advice in our decision making process as to whether we purchase!
We purchased a 260rt in May. So far we love it. Were able to do 3 weekend trips. Next week we get to take her out for a week. Cant wait. Did you purchase one?
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No Toy Hauler For Me Yet!

We did not purchase a toy hauler! Discovered that my new truck couldnít handle and lost interest after seeing condition of the one we had seen. Glad you are enjoying yours!

As a matter of fact due to my ongoing health problems our travel trailer has only been out of our storage building to dewinterize and right back in it went! Possibly before the summer is over we can get camping! Seriously hate not being able at this time.
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We did not purchase a toy hauler! Discovered that my new truck couldnít handle and lost interest after seeing condition of the one we had seen. Glad you are enjoying yours!

As a matter of fact due to my ongoing health problems our travel trailer has only been out of our storage building to dewinterize and right back in it went! Possibly before the summer is over we can get camping! Seriously hate not being able at this time.
So sorry to hear that. Please get well soon so you can live life's adventures!!!! God Bless
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We've had our FSX 260RT for 6 mos now and 3 trips out. The furnace quit working in colder climate and now the AC is not enough for the warmer climate. Husband looked in vents and found they installed fiberboard for vents that lets the AC air go whereever in the ceiling except thru your vents. The toilet stopped flushing too. The outside aluminum siding is buckling. We are camping near Mayo clinic as I have to under go treatments. Thought this would be more enjoyable than a hotel......NOT!!
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We've had our FSX 260RT for 6 mos now and 3 trips out. The furnace quit working in colder climate and now the AC is not enough for the warmer climate. Husband looked in vents and found they installed fiberboard for vents that lets the AC air go whereever in the ceiling except thru your vents. The toilet stopped flushing too. The outside aluminum siding is buckling. We are camping near Mayo clinic as I have to under go treatments. Thought this would be more enjoyable than a hotel......NOT!!
Oh wow. That's not very reassuring. Thanks for the heads up. I'm so sorry that's happening. Not fair to you at all. Problems like that are the last thing we both need. My husband has been in a clinical trial at Fox Chase for Gist for about 18 mths now. Hoping we dont have alot of issues with it. Be strong and take care. Hope all goes well for you.
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