Escape offers a 180TH toy hauler that's new this year. Here's a link to the floorplan on the website (https://www.kz-rv.com/products/escape-travel-trailers/E180TH.html). It's close to 22 feet long, weighs around 3,300 pounds, and has a flip-out sofa in the rear.
Hello, my husband and I are going to buy a kz 100 210th, but are concerned about tying down our Harley with the existing tie downs. Any suggestions, or advice?
A neighbor of mine uses a removable wheel chock that has a small plate fastened to the floor permanently. The when you travel, the wheel chock gets screwed to it and then the motorcycle wheel gets fastened to the chock. I'm not sure this is the best method as the mount is only fastened to the floors plywood and not the trailers frame. Just something to consider... But he's had success with this for a year now with over 2000 miles. Good luck.