When you're gearing up for an extreme outdoor adventure, you need to know what toys can fit into your toy hauler RV. Whether you already own a toy hauler and are considering buying a new toy or two, or you need to know what size of toy hauler to buy for your toys, we're here to help! We’ve compiled some basic measurements and weights of the most commonly owned recreational toys to help you figure out how to make all your toys fit!
The majority of toy hauler RVs are designed with a 7.5-8' width. The length of toy hauler garages range from 7-18', but the majority of them are 10-14' long. In addition to available space inside the garage, you also need to know how much weight a toy hauler can handle. Determine the GVWR of the trailer and also the dry weight. The amounts should be noted on the information sticker you'll find somewhere on the RV. Subtract the dry weight from the GVWR to determine how much more weight you can put in it.
You can put almost anything in a toy hauler, but the most common toys we see being loaded into them are ATVs, SSVs, dune buggies, motorcycles, and snowmobiles. These can all range in size, but to give you an idea of what might fit and where, we'll use the smallest and largest dimensions we could find (that are standard).
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