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    Pics of my new Toy Hauler and 250X




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    That is nice Skip. Man that thing is huge. Enjoy. I am assuming that it has a sleeper area as well right? snap some pics of that portion too.

    Curtis

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    Really nice. How much weight is carried on the tongue hitch?? 10% rule still apply?

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    Sweet ride!

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    Like the 5th wheels... Here's my lowly Weekend Warrior..
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    Quote Originally Posted by red rider View Post
    Like the 5th wheels... Here's my lowly Weekend Warrior..

    We came so close to buying the Weekend Warrior but was talked out of it. We went with the Raptor due to living in Florida and having such high humidity.

    Had to buy the Mac Daddy Raptor to fit the 250X in it. The Project250 is now mobile....lol

    In the process of pimping the inside of it now. Just finished the 3000lb winch system to pull the ski up and into the garage.

    Had to buy 4 sets of queen sheeting. Sleeps a total of 10 adults and 2 kids.

    Man I cant wait for the race in Myrtle Beach this comming weekend.....

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    Hey Skip nice toy hauler, I've been racing out of mine for three years now, Jayco sponsored me for 06-07 season and put me in a 40' recon toyhauler last year. You'll will save so much money not staying in hotels, more parts $.. How big is the garage area mine is 98" wide by 12'6" long I always put my ski on a aqua cart beach tote and backed it in with the quad and hauled it that way. I noticed you have yours on a single trailer and it looks like it fits, if so that awsome.. Good luck at myrtle beach.. JR

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    Ya I heard how spioled you are from Rudy. lol just kidding.

    Congrats on your race last weekend. I was at the lake that I got hit at and was getting phone calls about you and Rudy. Seems you two are letting the cat out of the bag before we can get it to market....

    My toy hauler has a 14ft long and 103in wide gararge. I keep it on my shore-lander so that when we get to the site I can pull the ski to where ever behind the truck or use the quad.

    Are you going to make SC race? Would like to meet with ya.

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    Your garage is much longer that makes a huge difference. I will call you this week and talk campers and skis. And no cat is out of the bag yet lol much more to come you already know that....JR

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    real nice toys!

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