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  1. I have been looking at RV's on Craigslist the past couple months and still cant decide between a Toyota or a larger Class C RV. I have heard that the weight of Toyota RV's put too much strain on the engine and transmission. Is there much truth to this? I am planning on living in this because I just moved down to SoCal and its way to expensive down here to rent. I will be driving it a few times a week but not planning on going on many trips. I might buy a motorcycle to tow as well I would also gladly accept any advice and tips on buying or living in a Toyota RV
  2. Hi! We have a '75 Chinook and were wanting to tow a 300lb motorcycle ('68 Honda CD175) behind it but can't tell if it's a good idea or not so smart... Any advice on if it can be hitched on the rear, towed, or neither without modification? And, if it would need to be modified, what might that entail? Have seen some threads on Toys needing welding and substantial reinforcing to the hitch and not sure if that applies. Ours has a ball hitch already, but we're not sure if that's an after market addition or original. There's no sticker stating or indication of what it can pull and it's not in the ow
  3. Hello World! My wife and I are new owners of a cute blue & white 1978 Toyota Keystone Micro-Mini. We found it locally on Craigslist for $2,300, with much recent brake work and water pump job, etc. at 41,000 miles with all original 4spd, 20R, factory AC, etc. 1/2 ton 5-lug 'fooly' axle with tires from 1992 that look unused. We just got married and this was our wedding gift from my parents :-). We love it so far! It has a bed over cab, porta-potty in closet, small gas/elec fridge, 2-burner stove, sink with small fresh H2O tank (no grey/black tank in system though), propane furnace and rear d
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