- Jun 14, 2020
I looked at a stryker toy hauler. It seemed solid. I wasn't sure I could get out of my talon once I got it inside. But I know nothing of that brand.
I'm sorry, I can't help you. I know nothing about the Stryker or Cruiser, which is apparently the name of the company building it.
Cruiser must be a new company that has started since I quit paying attention.
EDIT: I thought about it some. Cruiser RV was a new company in about 2005-2007 when I was an RV transporter. I have a vague memory of visiting their building and seeing a few new Cruiser rvs.
The best advice I can offer based on my own experience and knowledge is to consider Jayco. Jayco has an interesting history. Jay Bontrager, an Amish man, was a supervisor in Starcraft, an RV plant that built canvas sided "pop-up" tent trailers. Bontrager had a better idea for building the trailers and tried to convince his company. Managers refused so he built one in his own barn. It sold immediately so he built another. Before long he quit Starcraft and started Jayco (Jay's Company)
Jayco was an all-Amish manufacturer relying on Amish craftmanship and principles and became a huge success. In the late '80s, Bontrager and his son were killed in the crash of a small plane. His widow continued to own and operate the company until a few years ago when it sold to a major RV corporation.
I have toured the factory, and delivered a lot of new Jayco trailers from factory to dealers all over the USA.
I feel confident in saying that Jayco is still one of the best companies in the RV manufacturing industry in Amish Country in Indiana.
My daughter and son-in-law and my grandson have owned Jayco trailers in the last five or six years.
My advice is study Jayco toy haulers carefully and consider that brand.