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    New forum for the new Heartland Fuel Toyhauler line

    Anyone looking at the new Heartland Fuel?
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    Re: New forum for the new Heartland Fuel Toyhauler line

    Just a suggestion - since the toy haulers are a 'separate breed' from the rest of the RV's, perhaps group all the toy hualer lines into one sub forum with separate daughter boards for each brand.
    Could clean up the whole first page like that and make it easier to find specifics.

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    Toy Haulers (5th wheels and tow behinds since they have the same brand names)
    Tow behinds
    Extended stay ..........

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    Re: New forum for the new Heartland Fuel Toyhauler line

    Quote Originally Posted by jbeletti View Post
    Anyone looking at the new Heartland Fuel?
    So we actually just put a down payment on one, wanted to sleep on it. Hence why Iím on this forum. We originally looked at the torque, but didnít want the garage. I was told that camping world had this built as their own line, seems like itís built well. For what we are spending, we want to make sure on quality and serviceability before we drain the bank!

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    Re: New forum for the new Heartland Fuel Toyhauler line

    Quote Originally Posted by Jjensen6pack View Post
    So we actually just put a down payment on one, wanted to sleep on it. Hence why Iím on this forum. We originally looked at the torque, but didnít want the garage. I was told that camping world had this built as their own line, seems like itís built well. For what we are spending, we want to make sure on quality and serviceability before we drain the bank!
    Hi JJensen6pack,

    Welcome to the Heartland Owners Forum. There's lots of useful information here along with a great bunch of friendly and helpful people.

    Yes, Camping World has worked with Heartland to get several different private label trailers that are derivatives of existing Heartland products.


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    Re: New forum for the new Heartland Fuel Toyhauler line

    Purchased a Fuel 335, delivery this Friday. I cant wait. One thing I am going to look into is a shower door instead of curtain. I hope I can find one because I like the cleaner look of a door rather than a curtain. Other than that I think this unit will work great for me. I am currently living fulltime in a 24 ft Nitro XLR so this will be a welcomed upgrade. Hope to hear good things about this unit as more start to make it out there.

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    Re: New forum for the new Heartland Fuel Toyhauler line

    Hi JakeTJCJ,

    Welcome to the Heartland Owners Forum and to the family. We have a great bunch of folks here with lots of information and all willing to share their knowledge when needed.

    Be sure and join our Heartland Owners Club, it’s free now. Then join us at a rally when you can and meet lots of the great folks here and make friends for a lifetime.

    Enjoy the forum and your new unit.
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    Re: New forum for the new Heartland Fuel Toyhauler line

    Jim, the message I get when I tried to access the link you posted.

    Lynn1130, you do not have permission to access this page. This could be due to one of several reasons:
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    Re: New forum for the new Heartland Fuel Toyhauler line

    Quote Originally Posted by Lynn1130 View Post
    Jim, the message I get when I tried to access the link you posted.

    Lynn1130, you do not have permission to access this page. This could be due to one of several reasons:
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    Re: New forum for the new Heartland Fuel Toyhauler line

    Pulled our new 352 home last weekend. Getting it rigged up, excited to go break it in.

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    Re: New forum for the new Heartland Fuel Toyhauler line

    Quote Originally Posted by Gweed View Post
    Pulled our new 352 home last weekend. Getting it rigged up, excited to go break it in.
    Time to show us some pics of your new Fuel!
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