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    why SHOULDN'T i purchase a new Fuel toy hauling TT

    Hello all,

    The misses an myself currently own a Cherokee Grey Wolf 26RR toy hauling TT but are in the market for a bigger and better rig, we love the pics of the 287 and like the 305, we are going to look at a 287 tomorrow and are wondering what the issues are with these rigs. They seem to be a fairly new model so i'm not finding a lot of info, or i'm looking in the wrong places lol. We use our hauler for our pair of sport bikes, or our SxS, we've even crammed a dirtbike in with the SxS.

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    Jason

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    Re: why SHOULDN'T i purchase a new Fuel toy hauling TT

    Camping World.

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    Re: why SHOULDN'T i purchase a new Fuel toy hauling TT

    Quote Originally Posted by LBR View Post
    Camping World.
    Lol, yeah I keep hearing that..... Is that the ONLY reason?

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    Re: why SHOULDN'T i purchase a new Fuel toy hauling TT

    Just be prepared that all trailers will have minor issues being new.

    Download Oregon Camper's PDI sheet and look it over good....this gives you the insight of what to look at as your browsing that Fuel (and other) trailers....

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    Re: why SHOULDN'T i purchase a new Fuel toy hauling TT

    Thank you for the advice, and we are this time, when we bought our Grey Wolf we ran into issues with all the water lines and the fresh fill line our first time out, we will be extra cautious with this next walkthrough.

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