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Forest River RV XLR Boost 37TSX13? Any owners on here?

I am looking for a toy hauler with an enclosed garage, and a nearby dealer has a Forest River XLR Boost 37TSX13 for a decent price. Does anyone own one, or have an opinion on this RV? I like the floor plan and it is a triple axle with 5000 lb cargo...

3TV by Explorer
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Exterior Stairs

I have a 2012 Carriage Cameo F37RSQ and there are several areas of the entry steps that are compromised. I am holding them together with "band-aids". Has anyone replaced their stairs and what make and model did you use. I am leaning toward a sim...

joelc by Explorer III
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Question about double towing

Question after upgrading house instead of buying the 5 th wheel we are now starting to think about a fifth wheel again apologizes if this has been asked before but what are the rules so to speak about towing a Jeep Wrangler behind the 5 th wheel ? I...

Axle and tire?

I have a 2006 Montana Mountaineer that has GVWR of 12275lbs but has 6lug 5200lb axles. This doesn't seem right to me but I guess they deduct some for pin weight. It came with Load E tires but I've had blowouts and thinking of going up to load F or G....

tntcrock by Explorer
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Tire Mileage

The saying is “Fifth wheel tires don’t wear out, they age out.”With that said I have Sailuns that are only 3yrs old that I’m about to replace because of wear; they only have ~37k miles on them I initially noticed a wear issue at less than 10k miles o...

MNRon by Explorer
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GVWR versus GAWR

I have a Grand Design fifth wheel.Getting ready to replace tires.While looking at ratings, I noticed I have a GVWR of 13,995#.My GAWR shows to be 6,000# each.The UVW shows t be 10,828# - not relevant to this question.Wouldn't I be limited in Gross Ve...

humblerb by Explorer
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Bicycles

I'm a long time truck camper, and am now considering adding a fifth wheel to the mix. I was thinking toy hauler, but only because my wife and I each have bicycles. I know a toy hauler might be overkill for that, but when the grandkids stay, they co...

Help water overflow nautilus 2.5

Good day I’m getting confused when 1.I set my nautilus 2.5 to City water blue and green horizontal water comes out of the sanitize winterize connection 2. If I set it to dry camp it over flows my clean water holding tanks I can send pictures thanks i...

tourusa by Explorer
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RV Flex Armor

Getting up there in years, and my sense of balance being compromised by a mini-stroke years ago, I am seriously thinking about investing in the sprayed-on Flex Armor roofing system. By doing this, I hope to minimize or eliminate having to get up on ...

Quadcab by Explorer II
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2006 Weekend Warrior Billet,FD-402, 23’ toy hauler

Need help finding specifications for 2006 Weekend Warrior 23 foot, Billet EDI , model FD-402 ?I inherited this trailer from my father. I can’t even find the tongue weight for this Toy Hauler?Any specs , I can find !If anybody has the answer, or point...

Couch ripped out of wall

I have Thor toy hauler and one end of the couch was ripped out of the wall. It looks like a 2 foot piece of square tubing just in there that the couch is screwed to! So am I to believe that the thin piece of Luan plywood holds that up? I see styrofoa...

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Vanleigh dining area - One slide inoperable

Hi all slide issue with lippert slide in the dining area, Steps we have taken1. All 4 slides go in no problem.2. 3 slides go out no problem. 1 Except the dining area slide.3. The voltage in the x2 batteries is 13.4 volts4. We are connected to 50 amp ...

tourusa by Explorer
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