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Has anyone found a toy hauler with a garage that is large enough to handle the Talon? Everything i look at only has a 10' garage. I didn't want a C class motorhome with enclosed trailer but might have to go that route. I have found some large 5 wheels that will handle it but i really don't want to purchase a 1 ton truck to pull it.
 

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Has anyone found a toy hauler with a garage that is large enough to handle the Talon? Everything i look at only has a 10' garage. I didn't want a C class motorhome with enclosed trailer but might have to go that route. I have found some large 5 wheels that will handle it but i really don't want to purchase a 1 ton truck to pull it.
2 or 4 seater?
4 seater
 

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Grand Design Momentum

Travel Trailers
21G has a 14' Garage. 10,000 GVWR
23G has a 15' Garage. 12,000 GVWR
28G has a 16' 6" Garage. 12,000 GVWR
30G has a 20' 7" Garage. 12,000 GVWR

5th Wheels...
350G has a 14' 6" garage. 16,800 GVWR

Everything else long enough from Grand Design is triple axle and 20,000 LBS and will require a newer 1 ton to handle.
 

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Another option is a Rack system. This is probably what I'm going to end up with. Got a buddy planning on doing this too. And, there is a guy locally that already has one and seems to work well for him. Travels back and forth from FL to TN.



 

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we looked at a XLR Boost 29lrle yesterday. it has a 13' garage but no head room was around 76" tall. I dont want to let air out or come up with something elaborate to get it in there. So we have decided to purchase a C class motorhome and tow our trailer.
 

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I tried to find a toy hauler that would fit our 1000R and be light enough to tow with our Explorer. I could not find one at any price so I built my own fully equipped toy hauler with 11 ft. garage from a bare bones 16 ft. cargo trailer.

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Has anyone found a toy hauler with a garage that is large enough to handle the Talon? Everything i look at only has a 10' garage. I didn't want a C class motorhome with enclosed trailer but might have to go that route. I have found some large 5 wheels that will handle it but i really don't want to purchase a 1 ton truck to pull it.
Forest River Work and play 27ft but there is still the height issue. I haven't found a bumper pull that will handle 86 inches. good luck and post if you find something.
 

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I have no issues with my fit. I just have a two seater, but the width is fine, I have a wider stance after new wheels and tire. I am at 72" in the front. I can get in and out of the Talon.
Mine is a extreme toy hauler, but when looking for a trailer, if the sides are flush with the outside of the wheels, that's as wide as you can get, usually that's a 102 wide trailer. Weather it's an extreme toy hauler like mine, or a 16 ft enclosed box. I also suggest if it's tight, use the winch, perfect solution. Please, still tie down the front, DO NOT USE THE WINCH TO HOLD THE TALON>
 

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I have no issues with my fit. I just have a two seater, but the width is fine, I have a wider stance after new wheels and tire. I am at 72" in the front. I can get in and out of the Talon.
Mine is a extreme toy hauler, but when looking for a trailer, if the sides are flush with the outside of the wheels, that's as wide as you can get, usually that's a 102 wide trailer. Weather it's an extreme toy hauler like mine, or a 16 ft enclosed box. I also suggest if it's tight, use the winch, perfect solution. Please, still tie down the front, DO NOT USE THE WINCH TO HOLD THE TALON>
i like that set up, my problem is last truck i purchased. I was over def and not hauling much anymore so i bought a Ram Power Wagon so my towing capacity is terrible now.
 

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Grand Design Momentum

Travel Trailers
21G has a 14' Garage. 10,000 GVWR
23G has a 15' Garage. 12,000 GVWR
28G has a 16' 6" Garage. 12,000 GVWR
30G has a 20' 7" Garage. 12,000 GVWR

5th Wheels...
350G has a 14' 6" garage. 16,800 GVWR

Everything else long enough from Grand Design is triple axle and 20,000 LBS and will require a newer 1 ton to handle.
Has anyone found a toy hauler with a garage that is large enough to handle the Talon? Everything i look at only has a 10' garage. I didn't want a C class motorhome with enclosed trailer but might have to go that route. I have found some large 5 wheels that will handle it but i really don't want to purchase a 1 ton truck to pull it.
Grand Design Momentum 31g has a 13' separate garage might want to check the height also.
 

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Has anyone found a toy hauler with a garage that is large enough to handle the Talon? Everything i look at only has a 10' garage. I didn't want a C class motorhome with enclosed trailer but might have to go that route. I have found some large 5 wheels that will handle it but i really don't want to purchase a 1 ton truck to pull it.
I have a 2019 Forrest River vengeance rogue. Toy hauler. It has a 13’ garage. It is a bumper pull. I had a Polaris ranger crew 900 with a 4” lift and 29.5 outlaw tires. With a front bumper and a Minch. Length it just fit. ( may be a dent or 2 on the bathroom door knob…) this model has a full bath and a half bath in the garage. Love everything about this toyhauler!!!!!
 
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