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Old 08-29-2017, 05:22 PM   #1
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Exclamation HELP! Does a Rzr 4 seater fit in Octane 222

Curious if anyone has a Rzr 4 seater and it fits in your Octane? Photos? We are scheduled to pick one up but width between wheel well and cabinets seems it may be tight.
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I would say no. Both on length and weight.


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Weight is fine, length is fine, worried about length
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Unless you aren't planning to haul any water and very little gear weight is not fine. However weight is a moot point because there is no way you can fit in between the kitchen counter and the overhead cabinets on the other side.


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Its very simple, take a tape measure to the Rzr and Octane, that will tell you if it fits.
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Its very simple, take a tape measure to the Rzr and Octane, that will tell you if it fits.

Thanks, but, was hoping someone may have had a rzr and tried it
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Thanks, but, was hoping someone may have had a rzr and tried it
If I was going to invest that kind of money in a toy hauler I would make darn sure it fits and not trust what others say. You will be the one paying the note when it doesn't fit.
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If I was going to invest that kind of money in a toy hauler I would make darn sure it fits and not trust what others say. You will be the one paying the note when it doesn't fit.

Agree, BUT, was hoping someone had already tried it or had a 4 seater and photos.
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Jayco octane 260

I just got a Jayco 260 and it fits my 2018 Rzr 4 seater and a Kymco quad ATV right behind it with plenty of space
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Found this on Rzr forum

Squeezed my 2016 Xp-4 1000 with 32" tires and a 5" lift into my 2016 Jayco Bullet 222. I had to remove both fold out bench seats on the one side of the trailer, but luckily they are 6 bolts each and come out in a snap. Definitely a tight fit and have to crawl over the wheel well inside, but once it's in you can still access the bathroom, fridge, sink, and master bed. There's even still room for me to squeeze my Ktm along side the Rzr!

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It fits. Need to remove one side of couches.
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How did the truck and trailer handle while towing with the rzr in there?
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So here is something to consider. The bunks appear to be the same as what I had in the Heartland Cyclone. They are made by HappiJac if they are. I had the same problem getting the Honda Pioneer in and would have to remove the bunks and then put them back up when we arrived. It was a pain. If they are the same and a call to HappiJac would verify that (801-544-2585 ask for Gary). You can do the mod yourself. It takes about 2 hours unless you have a couple of do-overs like me then it takes a little longer.

This site would not allow me to post the video of the bunks in operation as demonstrated by HappiJac but these photos show one bunk stowed and the other in the up position. Both drop down to allow height and width for a toy. The parts were about $400 when I did it but you would have to check with HappiJac for updated costs, if this is the same bunk system.
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To be honest I have not pulled it loaded yet. I have a 2019 F250 for a tow vehicle so I’m not overly worried. I’m traveling light when it’s I there and will only take
on water etc... when near my destination. Headed to Wyoming in June so will be able to report more then.
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