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BETTER IDEAS (CUSTOMER INPUT)

NECESSITY IS THE MOTHER OF INVENTION

 

ITS BEEN EXPERIANCE & DESIRE THAT HAS BUILT THE MOST COMFORTABLE AND USEFUL TOY HAULERS -- AND WARRIOR THROUGH ITS CUSTOMER BASE AND THERE INPUT & IDEAS OVER THE YEARS--- HAS PUT WARRIOR IN A LEAGUE OF ITS OWN---ALTHOUGH ALL THE GOOD COMPANIES COPY THE BEST FEATURES THEY WILL ALWAYS BE BEHIND THE CURVE AND OFTEN FAIL TO UNDERSTAND THE TRUE DESIGN NEEDS OF TOY HAULER USERS.

 

TOY HAULER OWNERS AND USERS--PLEASE TELL US YOUR IDEAS---(MARK)

  • Bobbi

    Posted at 2014-03-12 15:15:43

    We would love to see a 42 ft with at least a 20 foot cargo area but would like something in the mid price range.....not top of the line pricing of $80K but mid pricing of $50K MSRP. The Work N Plays are nice but the main bedroom you cant stand up in. The price and design of the cargo area is right but other options are strange.

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    • MARK WARMOTH

      Posted at 2014-04-01 00:11:34

      We would love to see a 42 ft with at least a 20 foot cargo area but would like something in the mid price range.....not top of the line pricing of $80K but mid pricing of $50K MSRP. The Work N Plays are nice but the main bedroom you cant stand up in. The price and design of the cargo area is right but other options are strange.

      BUILDING A COOL ONE---ALMOST DONE WITH THE FIRST ONE---CONTACT ME AT TALK2MARK@EXTREMEWARRIOR.COM AND I CAN SEND PIC'S...800-500-9914

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  • Mike Sessums

    Posted at 2014-02-03 07:59:35

    Mark, We got a freak temp drop and I think my freshwater tank froze on our 2007 WW. It was showing full on the monitor panel but shows empty after a drop to 28 degrees. How can I thaw the tanks and lines? Also, what do you recommend for preventing a freeze up in the future? Thanks!

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    • MARK WARMOTH

      Posted at 2014-02-18 16:31:03

      Mark, We got a freak temp drop and I think my freshwater tank froze on our 2007 WW. It was showing full on the monitor panel but shows empty after a drop to 28 degrees. How can I thaw the tanks and lines? Also, what do you recommend for preventing a freeze up in the future? Thanks!

      IF YOU HAVE A BLOCK OF ICE IN YOUR TANK I'M NOT SURE HOW TO THAW--I'M A CALIFORNIA BOY AND ALL THE WINTERIZING I HAVE DONE IS IN CONCEPT ONLY--THAT BEING SAID--THERE IS BOTH 110V AND 12V HEAT TAPE THAT CAN HELP IN FREEZING WEATHER--ESPECIALLY IN THE HALF INCH WATER LINES EXPOSED TO THE EXTERIOR--ALSO MOVING WATER CAN'T FREEZE SO IN A PINCH YOU CAN HAVE YOUR WATER CIRCULATE THRU THE PUMP AND BACK INTO THE TANK---MY SNOW MOBIL FRIENDS CAMP IN THERE RV'S IN FREEZING WEATHER BY DRAINING THE FRESH WATER SYSTEM AND OPERATING OUT OF WATER BOTTLES AND NOT USE THE FRESH RUNNING WATER AT ALL AND POUR ANTI-FREEZE IN THE HOLDING TANKS SO THEY DON'T FREEZE---THERE ARE LOW POINT DRAINS IN YOUR FRESH WATER SYSTEM JUST FOR THIS REASON--OR TO WINTERIZE FOR STORAGE SO THE WATERLINES DON'T FREEZE, EXPAND AND POP OR SPLIT---GOOD LUCK--I CAN BE REACHED 800-500-9914 MARK W

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  • Rene Chavez

    Posted at 2013-11-26 06:37:04

    Hi Mark, I just purchased a FS3000 weekend warrior 2008-09 beautiful toy hauler
    the dealer I bought off had taken all the decals off so the trailer is plane white was wondering if u are able to get those decals and also it was missing the 2 captain chairs if you can let me know where to get those as I read on a forum you were able to help with the interior and a bunch of other things thanks mark for your time and hope to hear from you soon
    Thanks

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    • MARK WARMOTH

      Posted at 2014-02-18 16:34:57

      Hi Mark, I just purchased a FS3000 weekend warrior 2008-09 beautiful toy hauler
      the dealer I bought off had taken all the decals off so the trailer is plane white was wondering if u are able to get those decals and also it was missing the 2 captain chairs if you can let me know where to get those as I read on a forum you were able to help with the interior and a bunch of other things thanks mark for your time and hope to hear from you soon
      Thanks


      RENE--GLAD TO HELP---CALL WARRIOR LIFESTYLES FOR PARTS--I CAN BE REACHED 800-500-9914 OR TALK2MARK@EXTREMEWARRIOR.COM--SORRY FOR THE DELAYS IN THIS RESPONSE--THE EXACT DECALS ARE AVAILABLE AS WELL AS THE CHAIRS--THE FABRIC IS LOST BUT WE HAVE REPLACEMENT FABRIC THAT IS CLOSE---MARK W

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    • MARK WARMOTH

      Posted at 2013-12-11 12:06:23

      Hi Mark, I just purchased a FS3000 weekend warrior 2008-09 beautiful toy hauler
      the dealer I bought off had taken all the decals off so the trailer is plane white was wondering if u are able to get those decals and also it was missing the 2 captain chairs if you can let me know where to get those as I read on a forum you were able to help with the interior and a bunch of other things thanks mark for your time and hope to hear from you soon
      Thanks

      RENE--YES ALL PARTS ARE AVAILABLE--CONGRATS--WE CAN BE REACHED AT 800-500-9914 OR E-MAIL AT MARKW@WARRIORLIFESTYLES.COM...MARK USE THE 800# FOR PARTS

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  • rowdy

    Posted at 2013-10-14 22:09:17

    I built my first toy hauler in 86 then 3 more for friends. I love to design the coolest things no one else thinks of like a ramp that holds enough weight you can put in a baby bronco,to an exhaust on the gen that is just a hum to things like a wide door that will accommodate a wheelchair to a accessible trailer for people like me that have been shut out of camping because of being in a wheelchair I had a stroke almost 6 years ago. I have a book full of ideas

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    • MARK WARMOTH

      Posted at 2013-12-11 12:08:43

      I built my first toy hauler in 86 then 3 more for friends. I love to design the coolest things no one else thinks of like a ramp that holds enough weight you can put in a baby bronco,to an exhaust on the gen that is just a hum to things like a wide door that will accommodate a wheelchair to a accessible trailer for people like me that have been shut out of camping because of being in a wheelchair I had a stroke almost 6 years ago. I have a book full of ideas

      ROWDY--I WOULD LOVE TO HEAR YOUR SUGGESTIONS--I LIVE FOR ACCURATE INPUT FROM THE END USER--FYI I AM A END USER AS WELL--BUT THE MORE INFO THE BETTER - WE CAN BE REACHED AT 800-500-9914 OR E-MAIL AT MARKW@WARRIORLIFESTYLES.COM...MARK

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  • Chris

    Posted at 2013-05-26 08:31:02

    Hi i purchased the new 26ft wide toy hauler and we love it. The only thing i think should be changed is the way u have to change the flood lights thats insane we had to call u guys we could not figure out how to change them we figured there had to be a easy way but instead we had to cut the wires and install our own clips. You guys should put clips on them already oh well just a thought cant complain about the trailer at all it is a truly bad ass trailer.

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    • MARK WARMOTH (EXTREME WARRIOR)

      Posted at 2013-05-28 14:35:36

      Hi i purchased the new 26ft wide toy hauler and we love it. The only thing i think should be changed is the way u have to change the flood lights thats insane we had to call u guys we could not figure out how to change them we figured there had to be a easy way but instead we had to cut the wires and install our own clips. You guys should put clips on them already oh well just a thought cant complain about the trailer at all it is a truly bad ass trailer.

      THANKS CHRIS--VERY APPRECIATED--I DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT THE LIGHTS--OF COURSE THOSE ARE THE THINGS YOU FIND OUT A FEW YEARS REMOVED---THANKS AGAIN........BE SAFE.

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  • William Toca

    Posted at 2013-05-05 09:27:42

    Why not an aluminum frame? Would be nice if you could pioneer a bumper pulled toy hauler with a washer dryer hookup. I'm just saying, you'd be the first to do it. Real metal faucets, not that plastic crap, porcelain toilet..easier to keep clean. Led lights inside, not just outside. Make the cabinets out of compositec. A material used by the manufacturer of the Evergreen Element. Make this happen and I'd be your first customer no matter the cost.

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    • MARK WARMOTH (EXTREME WARRIOR)

      Posted at 2013-05-28 14:43:51

      Why not an aluminum frame? Would be nice if you could pioneer a bumper pulled toy hauler with a washer dryer hookup. I'm just saying, you'd be the first to do it. Real metal faucets, not that plastic crap, porcelain toilet..easier to keep clean. Led lights inside, not just outside. Make the cabinets out of compositec. A material used by the manufacturer of the Evergreen Element. Make this happen and I'd be your first customer no matter the cost.
      FROM MARK--THANKS WILLIAM--I UNDERSTAND--THE LED LIGHTS ESPECIALLY--WERE RIGHT AT THE TIME IN THE WORLD THAT LED LIGHTS ARE A MUST AND ARE FIRST ON THE AGENDA WHEN WE GET STARTED BUILDING AGAIN --AS OF EARLY 2013 THE LED INTERIOR LIGHTS ARE JUST A LITTLE TOO EXPENSIVE AND HARD TO TAKE THE PLUNGE--THERE LIKE THE FLAT SCREEN TV'S SOON ALL TRAILERS THAT DON'T HAVE LED LIGHTING WILL BE DATED--LIKE TRAILERS WITH TUBE TV'S... I WOULD LOVE TO TALK MORE IN DEPTH--E-MAIL ME AT TALK2MARK@EXTREMEWARRIOR.COM AND LEAVE ME YOUR PHONE NUMBER AND I WILL CALL...

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  • Jason

    Posted at 2013-04-12 16:17:10

    Ran out of characters.

    It would be nice to have a Solar Package as an option. An inverter & more batteries. Something straight from the factory instead of having to mod your own. heat trace the thanks and lines. Make it a true arctic package.

    Tires, tires, tires. Install the best tires. Another mod and problem area a lot of RVers have to deal with.

    Also recommend implementing an ISO 9000 program.

    Best of luck to you.

    Cheers,

    Jason

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    • MARK WARMOTH (EXTREME WARRIOR)

      Posted at 2013-05-28 15:57:50

      [quote]Ran out of characters.

      It would be nice to have a Solar Package as an option. An inverter & more batteries. Something straight from the factory instead of having to mod your own. heat trace the thanks and lines. Make it a true arctic package.

      Tires, tires, tires. Install the best tires. Another mod and problem area a lot of RVers have to deal with.

      Also recommend implementing an ISO 9000 program.

      Best of luck to you.

      Cheers,


      JASON HI AGAIN ---REGARDING SOLAR AND EXTRA BATTERIES--WE DO LOTS OF CUSTOM SYSTEMS AND MANY ARE NOT LISTED BUT THEY ARE THERE FOR THE ASKING....

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    • MARK WARMOTH (EXTREME WARRIOR)

      Posted at 2013-05-28 15:10:47

      Ran out of characters.

      It would be nice to have a Solar Package as an option. An inverter & more batteries. Something straight from the factory instead of having to mod your own. heat trace the thanks and lines. Make it a true arctic package.

      Tires, tires, tires. Install the best tires. Another mod and problem area a lot of RVers have to deal with.

      FROM MARK--JASON THANKS FOR THE TIPS--YOUR SUGGESTIONS ARE DEAD ON---I FEEL LIKE A RACE HORSE INSIDE THE GATE--I NEED TO BUILD RESOURCES --WALK BEFORE I CAN RUN--NOT JUST THE 16-18 FOOT OF CARGO BUT HEATING & A/C IN THE REAR ROOM AND A BATHROOM FOR THE REAR EXTRA ROOM IS WONDERFUL--ITS AMAZING HOW WEAK THE INDUSTRY IS--AN OPPORTUNITY TO EXCEL--I WILL I PROMISE---KEEP YOUR EYES ON US....WARRIOR STARTED USING LIGHT TRUCK TIRES 16" IN 2006-2007--BECAUSE WE WANTED THE BEST TIRES ON THE TRAILER AS POSSIBLE---UNKNOWN TO ME THE SUPPLIER WENT TO THE TIRE COMPANY AND BUILT A LESS EXPENSIVE AND LESS DEPENDABLE TIRE TO EARN OUR BUSINESS--AND NEVER TOLD US THE TIRE WAS LESS THAN WHAT WE THOUGHT--SHAME ON THEM--I DIDN'T FIND OUT THE TIRES WERE FAILING TILL WARRIOR WAS OUT OF BUSINESS---THIS KIND OF DECEPTION SLOWS DOWN THE MISSION TO MAKE PRODUCTS CONTINUAL BETTER--THERE ARE MANY ISSUES LIKE THIS IN THE RV INDUSTRY---I AM WAY MORE CAREFUL NOW--TALK IS CHEAP.......WERE LOOKING FOR PARTNERS......ISO 9000 :)---THERE IS A LEVEL OF UNTESTED COMPONENTS THAT MAKE A QUALITY TRAILER HARDER TO ACHIEVE-- BECAUSE OF THE DECEITFUL PRACTICES OF VENDORS OR THE THE FACTORIES TAKING THINGS AT FACE VALUE AND NOT TESTING ENOUGH--CUSTOMERS ARE TOLD TO RESEAL THERE ROOF'S EVERY YEAR--SO THE FACTORIES NEVER TEST THE SEALS TO LAST PAST ONE YEAR..SAD BUT TRUE---I AM GOING TO CHANGE THIS FOR MY CUSTOMERS ON MANY ISSUES--YELLOWING EXTERIOR PARTS-ANOTHER ONE....THANKS FOR YOUR INPUT...........

      Also recommend implementing an ISO 9000 program.

      Best of luck to you.

      Cheers,

      Jason

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  • jason

    Posted at 2013-04-12 14:13:06

    wow, what a great site and resource your providing for customers!! In 2006 we almost purchased a WW LE3505 had it not been for the dealer we would have. your company back then was cutting edge and setting new trends. i.e. bay window w/swivel rockers, rear electric bunks, etc.

    A little on my background. I've owned 2 toyhaulers since 2006. Have followed the RV Industry since 2005 and belong to several forums.

    It seems like the new products your offering now are just take offs from the Warrior line. there is nothing really new or exciting about it. Maybe its because of cost and using the supplies from the old Warrior line. My recommendation would be to get back to being the leader and being first to come out with something new and exciting. Something different.

    Maybe that's offering a larger garage, say 16-18' garage space yet still a separate garage. If you can come up with a way to haul 2 SxS's you'll have a product in great demand again. Polaris has obviously recognized the SxS market is hot, especially in the SW. maybe there is an opportunity to team up with them or another mfg.

    I also think there is an excellent opportunity at a mid level price for fifth wheel toyhaulers. MSRPs have climbed to such high levels ($80k+) that I think if you can mfg a TH with all the things people like and make it look high end but not necessarily the top end and keep MRSP around

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  • Alex

    Posted at 2013-04-02 00:00:13

    Hello Mark!
    I will appreciate if you give me information that will describe warranty on custom-built fifth wheel trailers!?
    Thank you

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    • MARK WARMOTH (EXTREME WARRIOR)

      Posted at 2013-05-28 16:06:13

      Hello Mark!
      I will appreciate if you give me information that will describe warranty on custom-built fifth wheel trailers!?
      Thank you


      FROM MARK--ALEX--CUSTOM 5TH WHEELS MAY HAVE SOME RESTRICTIONS ON THEM FROM THE STANDARD FACTORY FLOOR PLANS DEPENDING ON THE CUSTOM MODS--OTHERWISE THE STANDARD ONE YEAR UNCONDITIONAL WARRANTY APPLY'S --IF YOU WOULD LIKE MORE DETAIL ON THE EXISTING WARRANTY PLEASE E-MAIL ME AT TALK2MARK@EXTREMEWARRIOR.COM AND I CAN SEND YOU A COPY AS WELL AS GIVE YOU MY TAKE ON WARRANTY'S THAT ARE OVER ONE YEAR.......

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    • Jason

      Posted at 2013-04-12 14:33:01

      Hello Mark!
      I will appreciate if you give me information that will describe warranty on custom-built fifth wheel trailers!?
      Thank you


      Ran out of characters.

      It would be nice to have a Solar Package as an option. An inverter & more batteries. Something straight from the factory instead of having to mod your own. heat trace the thanks and lines. Make it a true arctic package.

      Tires, tires, tires. Install the best tires. Another mod and problem area a lot of RVers have to deal with.

      Also recommend implementing an ISO 9000 program.

      Best of luck to you.

      Cheers,

      Jason

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      • MARK WARMOTH (EXTREME WARRIOR)

        Posted at 2013-05-28 16:08:42

        Hello Mark!
        I will appreciate if you give me information that will describe warranty on custom-built fifth wheel trailers!?
        Thank you

        Ran out of characters.

        It would be nice to have a Solar Package as an option. An inverter & more batteries. Something straight from the factory instead of having to mod your own. heat trace the thanks and lines. Make it a true arctic package.

        Tires, tires, tires. Install the best tires. Another mod and problem area a lot of RVers have to deal with.

        Also recommend implementing an ISO 9000 program.

        Best of luck to you.

        Cheers,

        Jason


        FROM MARK--JASON--CUSTOM 5TH WHEELS MAY HAVE SOME RESTRICTIONS ON THEM FROM THE STANDARD FACTORY FLOOR PLANS DEPENDING ON THE CUSTOM MODS--OTHERWISE THE STANDARD ONE YEAR UNCONDITIONAL WARRANTY APPLY'S --IF YOU WOULD LIKE MORE DETAIL ON THE EXISTING WARRANTY PLEASE E-MAIL ME AT TALK2MARK@EXTREMEWARRIOR.COM AND I CAN SEND YOU A COPY AS WELL AS GIVE YOU MY TAKE ON WARRANTY'S THAT ARE OVER ONE YEAR.......

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  • Todd

    Posted at 2013-03-24 06:59:42

    Hi: I have an '06 WW FS2300 Superlite. Overall we are pleased with the trailer however there are some things that I would like to ask. The cabinet end where the pullout pantry is buckles very badly at times. Why? I want more tongue room. Can the tongue be lengthened? if so, how? I have two 7gal LP tanks and dual batteries on it and it is pretty tight. I live a few miles from your facility here in Idaho. Can we tour the facility? Can the floor of our existing unit be better insulated? What do you recommend? It would be nice if a "Northwest Package" (better insulation) were offered for those of us that live and camp in the high country of Idaho. Ducted heat and heated tanks too? I hate the heater and the location of this unit. I know some of this adds weight but that doesn't seem to be as much of a concern any more on the newer units.

    We added the hamper and the power jack. Added leveling jacks too. Thanks, Todd

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    • MARK WARMOTH (EXTREME WARRIOR)

      Posted at 2013-03-26 14:12:48

      Hi: I have an '06 WW FS2300 Superlite. Overall we are pleased with the trailer however there are some things that I would like to ask. The cabinet end where the pullout pantry is buckles very badly at times. Why? I want more tongue room. Can the tongue be lengthened? if so, how? I have two 7gal LP tanks and dual batteries on it and it is pretty tight. I live a few miles from your facility here in Idaho. Can we tour the facility? Can the floor of our existing unit be better insulated? What do you recommend? It would be nice if a "Northwest Package" (better insulation) were offered for those of us that live and camp in the high country of Idaho. Ducted heat and heated tanks too? I hate the heater and the location of this unit. I know some of this adds weight but that doesn't seem to be as much of a concern any more on the newer units.

      We added the hamper and the power jack. Added leveling jacks too. Thanks, Todd


      WE HAVE TALKED ON E-MAIL TALK2MARK@EXTREMEWARRIOR.COM

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