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Our Fury Toy Hauler!

We are in the process of buying a fury 3012x toy hauler!
It has the 5 k idle down gen-set 3k cargo... Now to pick the first destination for her!


 
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Old 07-01-2018, 11:25 AM
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That is an interesting floor plan. I have never seen a bumper-pull hauler with an island. I like the counter space up front. That is always a premium. How is the bedroom space? We are pretty crammed in our Stealth, but will make it work for a few more seasons.

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Lots of storage/counter space, no oven, queen bed us cramped up front. It has a 5 k
idle down onan gen-set with a 20 gallon tank with pump/fuel nozzle for toys.
 
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Suggest irst trip close to home, shakedown trip so you can go back and get things you forgot. We seldom use our oven. We use a Coleman road trip grill for most of our cooking. Hope you have lots of fun with it
 
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Thanks for that idea! Probably will Forget something that we think we need.
 
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Thanks for that idea! Probably will Forget something that we think we need.
Or have too much crap that you don't need. My wife will pack too much of one thing and not enough of the other. I'll forget it all so I don't pack! Lol
Nice looking t/h
 
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My toy hauler is a bit similar except no island or slide. My wife does not like the layout. I'm getting tired of changing the configuration to get the ATV in. With both lower beds set down the ladder for the Happi-Jac bunk no longer fits (the path between the lower beds is too narrow). It's going to have to do for at least another year. It's going to take that long for my wife get really get good and fed up enough to give me the green light to buy a fifth wheel. I'm not sure I'm going with a toy hauler the next time around.
 
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It's just the wife, dog and me so we will make this work for a few years. The slide moves the refrigerator and stove. When it's in, no access to the bathroom and bedroom. I'll use it a few times a year hunting and wheeling with my buddies. We were looking at 25k limit and the build quality and cargo capacity were low.
 
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My toy hauler is a bit similar except no island or slide. My wife does not like the layout. I'm getting tired of changing the configuration to get the ATV in. With both lower beds set down the ladder for the Happi-Jac bunk no longer fits (the path between the lower beds is too narrow). It's going to have to do for at least another year. It's going to take that long for my wife get really get good and fed up enough to give me the green light to buy a fifth wheel. I'm not sure I'm going with a toy hauler the next time around.
How will you haul your General? Can you tandem over there?
 
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Yes, I'll do the double tow. Mine is a Ranger, not a General. A General would fit better in my trailer I think. It would be less likely to hit the upper cabinets due to body roll.
 
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Good looking TT, enjoy it!
 
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We have the same hauler. I didn't really like the 4 couch set up in the rear but it allows me to fit my 4 seat rzr 1000 on 32's easily so it works out.
 
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If you have the generator, push the switch down to prime before you push it up to start. Can you tell me the name of your electric jack?

 
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If you have the generator, push the switch down to prime before you push it up to start. Can you tell me the name of your electric jack?
Mine has been a nightmare to prime since day one..... It will be going back in again for that issue along with a slide out problem. The electric jack came from etrailer.com and I believe is their own brand. Cheap price and does the job just fine of lifting that heavy tongue weight.
 
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I had to replace the fuel pump myself it was easier than bringing it in. They forgot to install the heating vent in the bedroom.
I did that myself, and was reimbursed for parts only. I added more tie rapping along the frame for the existing wiring.
I think these units are assembled by handicapped people!
 

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