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Old 11-28-2011, 12:40 PM   #1
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Hello all. I am new here to the forums. I have been a Jayco owner since 2004 and can surely say I have been happy with the product. I recently sold my 2004 Jayco Greyhawk Class C and purchased a used 2010 Octane 29 toyhauler.

I am looking to upgrade some of the equiptment in the TH and have looked to the forum for guidance and feedback. I live in Southern California and mostly dry camp in the desert.
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Welcome to the forum, luckydad. Since you`ve been a Jayco owner since 04, We may look to you for some guidance too! Enjoy your new Toyhauler.
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Welcome, luckydad! What kind of "toys" do you haul in that Octane 29?
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Welcome, luckydad! What kind of "toys" do you haul in that Octane 29?
The main toy is an 08 Kawi Teryx. I was a little concerned with the width because I have long travel, but fit no problem. I was also concerned with my overhead HID's, which I have fixed to an electric actuator to lower them, however, was pleasantly surprised that I did not even have to lower them to get it into the TH (Pictured).

I also have a Polaris 90 (daughter) and a Can Am DSX90 (son). I am able to put one quad in front of the Teryx and place the other in the back of my truck.

I just recently went on my first off-road trip in the TH and was concerned with how it would tow and if my truck would handle it. I have a 2006 F250 4X4 with a 6.0 diesel. I have the Stabilizer tow system. I was filled with water, my teryx, two quads, wood and boy was I happy at how it towed. Frankly, I think it was easier towing then my motorhome with a utility trailer. Seemed like my motorhome caught a lot more wind making driving a little bit tougher.
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