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  • I am here to help Warrior, Rage'n and Extreme owners whether you already own one, are selling or buying one, and also if you need information about fixing one or getting parts. Anything I can do, I am here to help
  • I am maybe the most knowledgeable person available on the Warrior, Rage's and Extreme products because of my hands-on design knowledge and involvement on our many successes and failures over more than 20 years of designing, building and using our toy haulers
  • Even though I have not been building new Warriors for three years, I have been in contact with thousands of my trailer owners and have a wealth of knowledge as to our best ideas and our worst mistakes and if any of that can be a service to you and your friends and family, that is why I continue to gather this information - to help Warrior owners and to build even better trailers
  • Joe Labrecque

    Posted at 2014-05-06 23:14:19

    Hi Mark,

    First off, I am impressed to find you here trying to do the right thing, standing by your product!! I have an 04 which I have always kept clean & maintained!! We special ordered this with every option for that year! Until today I believed that this was one of the highest quality trailers made!!! The only problem that I thought I had was the bars holding up the fresh water tank had bent from the weight of the water. My fix is that I do not travel with water, Kinda sucks, but not that big of a deal! Today I went to grab something from the outside front storage under the bed & noticed that the entire floor area has deteriorated under the flooring material???? I started looking around investigating how this could have happened, I didn't notice any leaks anywhere, I looked up on the roof out of curiosity & I realized another questionable issue. As I climbed to the top of the ladder I noticed a slight bow in the fiberglass, I pushed on it & the top 12" or so doesn't seem to have any backing??? I went back into the trailer & looked into the front cabinets but there is no apparent water damage??? I don't know if this top area is supposed to have any backing or not, so this is when I started searching the internet for answers & accidentally found you!! My roof does not appear to have any areas that would be leaking & I have no moisture anywhere, so I am really confused about what might be going on?? Any insight that you may have would be appreciated!!! Thanks!!!!!!!

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    • MARK WARMOTH

      Posted at 2014-05-19 12:14:53

      Hi Mark,

      First off, I am impressed to find you here trying to do the right thing, standing by your product!! I have an 04 which I have always kept clean & maintained!! We special ordered this with every option for that year! Until today I believed that this was one of the highest quality trailers made!!! The only problem that I thought I had was the bars holding up the fresh water tank had bent from the weight of the water. My fix is that I do not travel with water, Kinda sucks, but not that big of a deal! Today I went to grab something from the outside front storage under the bed & noticed that the entire floor area has deteriorated under the flooring material???? I started looking around investigating how this could have happened, I didn't notice any leaks anywhere, I looked up on the roof out of curiosity & I realized another questionable issue. As I climbed to the top of the ladder I noticed a slight bow in the fiberglass, I pushed on it & the top 12" or so doesn't seem to have any backing??? I went back into the trailer & looked into the front cabinets but there is no apparent water damage??? I don't know if this top area is supposed to have any backing or not, so this is when I started searching the internet for answers & accidentally found you!! My roof does not appear to have any areas that would be leaking & I have no moisture anywhere, so I am really confused about what might be going on?? Any insight that you may have would be appreciated!!! Thanks!!!!!!!


      SENT A DIRECT ANSWER BY PHONE--IF YOU NEED MORE CONTACT ME AT MWARMOTH@VERIZON.NET MARK W --PS THE TANK BKTS BENT UNDER FILLING TO FAST AND HYDRAULIC-ED THE TANKS--USE A JACK TO STRAIGHTEN THEN AND BE MORE CAREFUL WHILE FILLING THEM--60 LBS OF HOSE PRESSURE CAN BRAKE THE TRAILER EVEN THE STEEL TANK BKTS---MARK 951-244-5256

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  • Brent

    Posted at 2014-05-03 00:18:21

    Hi Mark
    I'm looking for the extra lite ns1800 or ns2100 but can't find them on line. Do you know of any dealers in southern california who carry them. Are there any shows scheduled for so cal?
    Thanks,
    Brent

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    • MARK WARMOTH

      Posted at 2014-05-19 12:15:52

      Hi Mark
      I'm looking for the extra lite ns1800 or ns2100 but can't find them on line. Do you know of any dealers in southern california who carry them. Are there any shows scheduled for so cal?
      Thanks,
      Brent


      TALKED ON PHONE DIRECTLY---

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  • Denice Aten

    Posted at 2014-04-07 09:24:10

    We just purchased a used 2008 Superlite Weekend Warrior 28ft with 2 electric double beds from Lazy Days. WE LOVE IT! Only one question.... Is there a bar for support for the bottom bunk? When both beds are down the bottom bunk moves around and is not sturdy. The only thing to support it are the 2 L brackets that fold down and they do not reach the actual bunk. It just kine of hangs there on the canvas straps. Any answers or ideas would be helpful, Thanks!

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    • MARK WARMOTH

      Posted at 2014-04-15 14:06:48

      We just purchased a used 2008 Superlite Weekend Warrior 28ft with 2 electric double beds from Lazy Days. WE LOVE IT! Only one question.... Is there a bar for support for the bottom bunk? When both beds are down the bottom bunk moves around and is not sturdy. The only thing to support it are the 2 L brackets that fold down and they do not reach the actual bunk. It just kine of hangs there on the canvas straps. Any answers or ideas would be helpful, Thanks!

      THE BOTTOM BED HAS THE TWO REAR GUIDES (IN A TRACK)--THAT SHOULD HOLD THE BED STEADY AND THEN THE STRAPS SHOULD LET THE BED DOWN LOW ENOUGH JUST TO TOUCH THE FOLD OUT BKTS---THEY SHOULD BE SO PERFECT THAT WHEN YOU JUST HOLD THE BUTTON DOWN THE BED SHOULD GO ALL THE WAY DOWN-TOUCH AND THEN GO BACK UP WHILE STILL HOLDING THE BUTTON THE SAME---FOR TEK SUPPORT YOU CAN CALL WARRIOR LIFESTYLES 800-500-9914

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  • Chad S

    Posted at 2014-03-28 13:24:37

    Hello I found this site/ forum doing a search on my trailer. I have an 07 FS2300 super lite WW. The rear Electric bed was working fine a month ago, parked it, then took it out last weekend and it was not responding to the switch. The manual doens't show a fuse location other than the breaker- in which nothing was tripped. The only thing I did was add some weight bar mounts to the frame. I overheard above maybe an inline switch at the battery? Is there anywhere else I should check. Very important!! Any info will help, and thanks in advance. Chad

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    • MARK WARMOTH

      Posted at 2014-04-01 00:22:27

      Hello I found this site/ forum doing a search on my trailer. I have an 07 FS2300 super lite WW. The rear Electric bed was working fine a month ago, parked it, then took it out last weekend and it was not responding to the switch. The manual doens't show a fuse location other than the breaker- in which nothing was tripped. The only thing I did was add some weight bar mounts to the frame. I overheard above maybe an inline switch at the battery? Is there anywhere else I should check. Very important!! Any info will help, and thanks in advance. Chad

      THE HEAVY APPLIANCES--BED GAS PUMP SLIDES, JACKS ETC ARE WIRED DIRECT TO THE BATTERY THRU A INLINE FUSE OR 30 A FUSES AT THE BATTERY AREA---800-500-9914 FOR SUPPORT---I HAVE MANUAL'S CONTACT ME TALK2MARK@EXTREMEWARRIOR.COM

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  • Linda

    Posted at 2014-03-28 12:40:39

    I have a 23 ft. 2008 FS Weekend Warrior Superlite. I am thinking about purchasing a 2011 Polaris 2 seater 800 EFI Razor. I measured the height and it appears that it will fit in the back of the toy hauler. The backdoor (ramp) is aluminum and not steel. I think the Razor weighs 1,100 lbs. I need to know if I can drive the Razor up the ramp without damaging the ramp or the hinges. I don't want the Razor to bend, bow or collapse any part of the tailgate. With this additional weight, will I be legal for overall weight limit for the floor support, the coaches weight limit total, and ball hitch maximum weight. I pull the trailer with a 2500 Chevy Duramax Silverado Diesel 4 X 4 short bed, with an Allison Transmission. Thank you for your time and a quick response would be greatly appreciated due to the fact that I must make my decision to purchase the Razor by this weekend.

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    • MARK WARMOTH

      Posted at 2014-04-01 00:27:17

      I have a 23 ft. 2008 FS Weekend Warrior Superlite. I am thinking about purchasing a 2011 Polaris 2 seater 800 EFI Razor. I measured the height and it appears that it will fit in the back of the toy hauler. The backdoor (ramp) is aluminum and not steel. I think the Razor weighs 1,100 lbs. I need to know if I can drive the Razor up the ramp without damaging the ramp or the hinges. I don't want the Razor to bend, bow or collapse any part of the tailgate. With this additional weight, will I be legal for overall weight limit for the floor support, the coaches weight limit total, and ball hitch maximum weight. I pull the trailer with a 2500 Chevy Duramax Silverado Diesel 4 X 4 short bed, with an Allison Transmission. Thank you for your time and a quick response would be greatly appreciated due to the fact that I must make my decision to purchase the Razor by this weekend.

      SORRY FOR THE DELAY RESPONSE---RAMP RATTED AT 1500 LBS PER AXLE---THE OVER ALL CAPACITY IS FINE AS WELL---YOU WILL HAVE TO BE A LITTLE MORE PRO ACTIVE ON UNDERSTANDING HOW MUCH CARGO YOU CAN CARRY--PLEASE CALL 800-500-9914 AND ASK FOR HELP OR CONTACT ME AT TALK2MARK@EXTREMEWARRIOR.COM MARK..............

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  • Ben Troxel

    Posted at 2014-02-23 19:05:16

    I just purchased a used 1990 32' 5th wheel weekend warrior from a gentleman that had been using it as a storage trailer. I am trying to get everything working again but could really use an owners manual. The camper came with a folder of paperwork but the manual is missing. I would also like a wiring diagram if available. Thank you for any help.

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    • MARK WARMOTH

      Posted at 2014-02-25 11:04:56

      I just purchased a used 1990 32' 5th wheel weekend warrior from a gentleman that had been using it as a storage trailer. I am trying to get everything working again but could really use an owners manual. The camper came with a folder of paperwork but the manual is missing. I would also like a wiring diagram if available. Thank you for any help.

      I CAN SEND YOU A MANUAL BUT THERE ARE NO ELECT DRAWINGS---BUT WE CAN HELP YOU--WE HAVE THE KNOWLEDGE--FOR THE MANUAL E-MAIL YOUR REQUEST TO TALK2MARK@EXTREMEWARRIOR.COM AND I CAN BE REACHED AT 800-500-9914 MARK WARMOTH............

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  • Larry

    Posted at 2014-02-20 04:33:12

    Hi. What is the weight of the actual ramp door on a 08 ftl4005. It is so heavy it seems dangerous. I ordered new springs but have not installed them. Without the springs on it, I cannot even barely budge the door. With the old springs it took two people. Just seems too heavy. I am a dealer and sell cyclones, raptors, fusions, etc. And the ramp doors on those are super easy to lift. Maybe this door has been waterlogged or something? Thanks for the help!

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    • MARK WARMOTH

      Posted at 2014-02-21 12:37:09

      Hi. What is the weight of the actual ramp door on a 08 ftl4005. It is so heavy it seems dangerous. I ordered new springs but have not installed them. Without the springs on it, I cannot even barely budge the door. With the old springs it took two people. Just seems too heavy. I am a dealer and sell cyclones, raptors, fusions, etc. And the ramp doors on those are super easy to lift. Maybe this door has been waterlogged or something? Thanks for the help!

      SHOULD NOT BE VERY HEAVY AT ALL WITH THE CORRECT SPRINGS---THE NORMAL GARAGE SPRINGS IN A HOUSE ARE STRETCHED ALL THE TIME AND ONLY RELAX WHEN THE GARAGE DOOR IS OPEN AND ON A TOY HAULER ITS JUST THE OPPOSITE--THE SPRINGS ARE ALWAYS RELAXED AND ONLY STRETCHED WHEN THE RAMP IS OPEN--THEY SHOULD LAST FOREVER---THE RIGHT SPRINGS ARE NOT EXACTLY STANDARD HOME DEPOT SPRINGS AND ARE HEAVIER--CALL WARRIOR LIFESTYLES FOR THE CORRECT PARTS 800-500-9914--WATER LOGGED COULD BE A PROBLEM BUT NOT LIKELY---THE RAMP DOOR IS RATED FOR 25OO LBS PER AXLE (5,000 LB CAR)--SO THE SPRINGS TO COUNTER THE WEIGHT IS IMPORTANT--

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  • chris

    Posted at 2014-02-19 00:09:46

    hi i was looking to buy a toy hauler but i am confused on what the difference is from the extreme warrior and the 2015 weekend warrior?

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    • MARK WARMOTH

      Posted at 2014-02-21 13:03:59

      hi i was looking to buy a toy hauler but i am confused on what the difference is from the extreme warrior and the 2015 weekend warrior?
      CHRIS SORRY FOR THE CONFUSION---EXTREME WARRIOR IS IN IDAHO AND I HAVE BEEN HELPING THEM BUILD MY TRAILERS--WE BUILT MAYBE 60 COACHED IN 2011 AND MAYBE ANOTHER 100 IN 2012 AND PART OF 2013--THEN WE PUT THE FACTORY ON HOLD AND WENT OUT TO RAISE MONEY TO OPERATE MORE EFFICIENTLY AND HAVE NOT BUILD ANY COACHES IN ALMOST ONE YEAR NOW-- I LIVE IN SOUTHERN CAL AND WAS TRAVELING BACK AND FORTH --MEANWHILE WARRIOR LIFESTYLES CONTACTED ME AND ASKED ME TO HELP THEM--I AM PROUD TO ENDORSE THERE X SERIES COACHES AS THEY ARE WONDERFUL COPIES OF THE BEST OF WEEKEND WARRIOR'S CONCEPTS AND FEATURES IN 2009 WITH SOME REFINEMENTS THAT KEEP THEM IN TUNE WITH THIS YEARS STUFF---AND I HAVE BEEN WORKING HERE EVERY DAY FOR THE BETTER PART OF 10 MONTHS REFINING THEM EVEN MORE--ALTHOUGH THE WARRIOR LIFESTYLES X-SERIES PULL TRAILER AND TWO 40 AND 45' BIG DOG 5THS ARE PRICY--THEY ARE THE BEST---AND ON THE DRAWING BOARD IS THE FIRST NEW WARRIOR 5TH WHEEL IN 5 YEARS---MID-RANGE 5THS--3200/12 3600/16 AND 4005/20 AND PLUS SIZES WILL BE AVAILABLE--I CAN BE REACHED 800-500-9914---MARK W

      MY E-MAIL TALK2MARK@EXTREMEWARRIOR.COM--I CAN SEND PICTURES AND WE ARE SELLING FACTORY DIRECT FOR A WHILE---MW

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  • Mike Castro

    Posted at 2014-01-29 01:49:40

    I had to sell my 2007 LE 3505 due to a financial hardship. I had ordered the trailer with everything I wanted to include a slide out. This was my dream trailer. I have started looking at what is out and available on the market. I found nothing like my old LE 3505. There are not even any used ones on the market like my old one. I did not care for the SLC models, so I would not want the new mid-luxury fifth wheel models. Will Weekend Warrior ever make a fifth wheel like the LE 3505?

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    • MARK WARMOTH

      Posted at 2014-02-21 12:27:25

      I had to sell my 2007 LE 3505 due to a financial hardship. I had ordered the trailer with everything I wanted to include a slide out. This was my dream trailer. I have started looking at what is out and available on the market. I found nothing like my old LE 3505. There are not even any used ones on the market like my old one. I did not care for the SLC models, so I would not want the new mid-luxury fifth wheel models. Will Weekend Warrior ever make a fifth wheel like the LE 3505?

      MIKE---THANKS FOR THE BUZ AND THE NEW INQUIRY---THE MID-RANGE 5TH IS THE CHOSEN PRODUCT FOR THE LE REPLACEMENT---IS IT THE FLOOR PLAN YOU DON'T CARE FOR?--I WOULD APPRECIATE YOUR INPUT AS I JUST WANT TO BUILD THE UNIT FOR YOU--THE SLC FLOOR PLAN THAT IS ON THE X-WARRIOR SITE HAS CHANGED TO A CENTER REFER WITH A JACK AND JILL BATH---ALONG WITH SOME VERY CREATIVE ADJUSTMENTS TO THE STORAGE UNDER THE BATH AND OVER THE KITCHEN--- THE REST OF THE TRAILER WILL BE VERY SIMILAR TO THE WARRIOR'S OF OLD--JUST ADJUSTMENTS IN THE STRUCTURE AT THE WHEELS AND SOME OTHER STRATEGIC PLACES ALSO GOING TO RAISE THE BAR IN ROOF SEAL LONGEVITY ---(THE TWO MAJOR WEAKNESSES IN WARRIOR'S AND THE TOY HAULER INDUSTRY IN GENERAL---IF YOU E-MAIL ME AT TALK2MARK@EXTREMEWARRIOR.COM I WILL BE GLAD TO SEND YOU A FEW PHOTO'S AND FLOOR PLAN FOR THIS UNIT---WILL BE AVAILABLE THIS SUMMER--PROTO IN THE WORKS NOW---MARK 800-500-9914

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  • Shanna Wyatt

    Posted at 2014-01-04 18:38:03

    Poking for help with our Rage'n 2006 FS2600. At the front top where the molded plastic is we have 2 cracks in it. Any recommendations on fixing/replacing this plastic piece? We justbought this unit used in Oct and aabsolutely love it. Also, I did not come with any manuals at all, is there any place I can obtain them at? Unit was rarely used (30 hours on generator) And did this model/ yr have any of the issues I've read about in the research I've done? We are new to all of this and just want to be aware of any issues we need to look for

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    • MARK WARMOTH

      Posted at 2014-02-21 13:20:24

      Poking for help with our Rage'n 2006 FS2600. At the front top where the molded plastic is we have 2 cracks in it. Any recommendations on fixing/replacing this plastic piece? We justbought this unit used in Oct and aabsolutely love it. Also, I did not come with any manuals at all, is there any place I can obtain them at? Unit was rarely used (30 hours on generator) And did this model/ yr have any of the issues I've read about in the research I've done? We are new to all of this and just want to be aware of any issues we need to look for

      SHANNA--GLAD TO HELP---IF U CONTACT ME AT TALK2MARK@EXTREMEWARRIOR.COM I CAN SEND YOU A OWNERS MANUAL--NO CHARGE--IT WILL BE A WARRIOR MANUAL BUT THE INFO IS EXACTLY THE SAME--VERY GENERIC--JUST FYI--AND FOR YOUR FRONT TOP CAP--SORRY I WILL NEVER USE PLASTIC CAPS ON TRAILERS AGAIN---YOU HAVE A COUPLE OF OPTIONS--FOR A NEW PART AND SERVICE CENTER TO INSTALL IT IF YOU ARE LUCKY ENOUGH TO BE IN SO CAL CALL WARRIOR LIFESTYLES 800-500-9914---IF YOU HAVE A LOCAL TO U SERVICE CENTER DO THE INSTALLATION PLEASE CALL AROUND AND CHECK PRICING OVER THE PHONE AS THE PRICES WILL VERY FROM 300 TO 3000 TO INSTALL--2ND OPTION--TAKE THE ONE YOU HAVE ---TAKE IT OFF--FIBERGLASS IT FROM THE INSIDE AND THEN REINSTALL--THIS MAKES IT BETTER THAN JUST THE PLASTIC ONE--I HAVE SOME PHOTO'S OF THIS OPTION --ASK ON THE E-MAIL AND I WILL SEND YOU PHOTO'S OF THE REPAIR--ALSO I CAN BE REACHED AT 800-500-9914--MARK W

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