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tinner12002

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Posted: 06/07/14 06:48am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Has anyone seen or had any experience with the new Catalyst toyhauler from Work and Play?
Looks from pics I've seen like a solid built heavy hauler with 24K gross weight rating and a true 5K pound rated ramp door.


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I doubt you are going to find anyone who has any experience of value since this is an entirely new model. By the specs, it looks pretty tough in comparison to other current offerings though.

Floor plans and the pics of the cabinetry leave a lot to be desired in my opinion, but could be the beginning of a good thing!


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Wow! They finally built the hauler that many in the dunes/racing community have been asking for. Kudos to them for stepping up.

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It has to be. I think it's intended for their market that is transporting vehicles and lots of equipment to car shows or racing. The ones who are used to having to buy their other units that look more like cargo trailers that you happen to be able to sleep in. Definitely not going to be as luxurious as many other offerings, but if you need something that will take some serious abuse and have a decent living quarters, it's the only real option out there outside of a full custom job that would cost a lot more. All steel construction that tough simply isn't going to be light no matter how you cut it.

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Crazy Cooter wrote:

I doubt you are going to find anyone who has any experience of value since this is an entirely new model. By the specs, it looks pretty tough in comparison to other current offerings though.

Floor plans and the pics of the cabinetry leave a lot to be desired in my opinion, but could be the beginning of a good thing!


I was looking at the pics and floor plans and thinking the same thing, have an appointment to take a look at a couple just to see them in person check them out.

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I really like the 40WCH as it has pretty much the same floor plan as my 300C, but I have a feeling the storage space is minimal in the kitchen area with the SXS refer.

Wonder how big battery bank they come with to run the refer? What inverter do they install?

Let us know what you think!

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Going to look at one this evening with the 12ft garage..will let everyone know what it looks like.

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Looks like it could be a good option for a single person with a toy or two. I know that I will be looking for a dealer with one on the lot to look at!


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Crazy Cooter wrote:

I really like the 40WCH as it has pretty much the same floor plan as my 300C, but I have a feeling the storage space is minimal in the kitchen area with the SXS refer.

Wonder how big battery bank they come with to run the refer? What inverter do they install?

Let us know what you think!



With all the lights , refer etc I think your going to need to be someplace with hook up's.


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