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I'm looking for some insight on these Class A motorhomes with garages. They are a Class A Toy Hauler with a Garage in the rear from Damon or Thor.

I think the Toy Hauler's brand was called Damon Scorpion. Thor now Thor brands them as "Outlaw" Class A Toy Haulers.

The Toy Haulers Brand site is: OutlawRV.com

I would be interested if any one has used one of these Toy Hauler Motorhomes, specifically the fuel fill station? I do not know much about the fuel fill component. I have a few small two-cycle toys the kids ride. Would these fuel fill pumps work ok with mixed gas? When not in use should I add a fuel stabilizer?

Thanks in advance.

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Welcome to QUADCRAZY. I removed your links to the external motorhome website. You are welcome to post, and maintain this thread. There were 3 links which could be considered spam. As this is your first thread/post, it looks suspicious that it included 3 links to start. :skeptic:

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