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2500 Grunt

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Posted: 12/15/13 09:20pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Does anyone have any input on these toy haulers? Just looked at some at a RV show in Phoenix. Looked at the FS28TT toy hauler. They are the only medium size toy haulers in this price range that have things like: 2 separate gas tanks, 176 gal. fresh water, neon party lights inside above the cabinets, huge pass thru storage with one separate one, no wheel wells and higher ground clearance and rear electric stab jacks. Not sure about the roof construction though (TPO)? $42000 with an advertised gcvwr of 12500# and 8700# dry.
http://www.goevergreenrv.com/page/266/Amped

* This post was edited 12/25/13 11:36pm by 2500 Grunt *


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Posted: 12/15/13 10:28pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have not heard of that particular model. It looks like a nice rig. Seems like alot of money but I can't speak to that since I don't how well it's made. It's well apointed, 176 gal fresh tank, wow! Whats the point of two fuel tanks? The layout looks good when no toys are in there. I prefer a seperate garage would not like to pull a muddy four wheeler into such a nice interior. But if you need the floor space for toys what you gonna do..


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Posted: 12/16/13 03:39am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

don't know about that model but I am satisfied with Evergreen products, and yes they are a little more expensive than some of the rest.
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I like the floor plan I prefer a separate garage but that's hard to do on a 28' One off the nicest tt hauler I,ve seen at least in picture's. A bit pricey but they all are.

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1L243 wrote:

Seems like alot of money but I can't speak to that since I don't how well it's made. Whats the point of two fuel tanks? I prefer a seperate garage would not like to pull a muddy four wheeler into such a nice interior.


IT is priced competitively in this area but yea it is too expensive. Fuel tanks: 1 is dedicated just for the on board generator and second is just for the toys(100LL for me). I too prefer a separate garage but a 42' TH is too large for my 5.9 2500 SRW. I am toting a 12.5' sandrail and a quad. We considered a class A with a trailer behind but it's just too much $ and don't like the truck camper with trailer idea and a 5th wheel TH is also on the table but I like my 8' truck bed.

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If it makes you feel any better our local dealer has that trailer listed at 65K! It has a front bedroom so if your traveling with loaded toys you will be able to use that part of the rig. Even Amped trailer may be pushing the limits of your truck. I know mine which is close to the same wieght as the Amped is very close to the cgvw and I only haul one bike...

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They had this one with a sticker of 43k which is way more reasonable than MSRP. The GCVWR is right at the top of the tow rating of my truck by the book.

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Checked it out again today and it is listed at 43k. Think I will be down there tomorrow to purchase. Gave an acceptable quote for my trade in too.

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Looks nice and I love that water capacity. Just need to figure out what to do with all the grey. Sounds like tomorrow will be an exciting day!


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Well, finally picked it up: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v111/tnl/2013-12-24132706.jpg

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