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How much cargo space does the max need to fit in a toy hauler? I am looking for a trailer right now and want to make sure when I buy a max I don't have to buy another toy hauler too.
 

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Then go measure a Max at your dealer. Then look at floor plans to verify how much space you need. The layout will determine how big you need to fit.
 

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That would be a great idea desertdog except AZ must be the last state to get them. The dealer here doesn't have one yet.
 

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Dealers in Tucson (where Im at) and Phx have had Max's for about 2 weeks.... they need a 14ft garage to really fit using regular tie-downs.
 

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I'm gonna say minimum 14' long if you have big aftermarket bumper possibly more. They aren't any wider than a regular max. I bought a regular travel trailer because if this. I couldn't find a "Nice" toy hauler that would fit a max. When I say nice I mean one that wasn't just a open floor plan....... So ill hook a utility trailer to the back of my camper. Also they are tall. Mine barely fits in my garage and I can fit my F-250 in there....


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I'm gonna say minimum 14' long if you have big aftermarket bumper possibly more. They aren't any wider than a regular max. I bought a regular travel trailer because if this. I couldn't find a "Nice" toy hauler that would fit a max. When I say nice I mean one that wasn't just a open floor plan....... So ill hook a utility trailer to the back of my camper. Also they are tall. Mine barely fits in my garage and I can fit my F-250 in there....


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Not sure what you consider "NICE" but I looked at the Raptor 414 and a Fuzion 398 and both had a 14ft garage. VERY nice IMO. My wife brang me back to earth when I told her it was 80k dollars
 

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That's weird! I went to my local dealers around here and MOST all of those big Raptor $80k toy haulers had a 10' cargo area. And yeah. That's a nice one. All I could find around here was something like the MXT and Work-N-Play models. But then there was the height issue.


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Still tho at 14' with front and rear bumpers, you will be close. Very right fit.


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There's a huge camper place I pass on I-10. Camper World? Or something like that? I work in southwest Texas.


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It will fit in a 12 ft garage with the front bumper removed. And no rear bumper. Just make sure it actually measures 12ft because some brands will short ya a couple inches and it will not go in.
 

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Well that's what I'm saying. I'm not wanting to start pulling the bike apart to fit it in the trailer


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There are toyhaulers with 14' garages. My 07' Raptor 3814 has a 14' garage. Crossroads RV makes a couple with 16' garages.

Hard to find but they do exist!
 

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My Max fits nicely into my 2012 Fusion with a 14' garage.
It will not back in because of the height of the stock cage but forward is no problem due to the beavertail.
And with three slides and a double door fridge ..... Anybody who thinks these are not nice inside needs a 1/4 Million dollar motor home in their garage instead.
 

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The height was a problem for me 72" to the top stock
 
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