Blaze of Glory
by Donya Carlson
March 3, 2017
Filed under Trailers
Pacific Coachworks’ Blaze’n toy-hauler line was developed by avid off-roaders. From the floorplan layouts to construction, the seven trailers and eight fifth-wheels were planned around the toys that go in them. The shortest floorplan, the 20FS trailer, will fit a Polaris RZR XP 4 four-seater side-by-side vehicle — as will every unit — and the larger toy haulers have even more garage space. With an I-beam chassis, aluminum-framed side walls with wood backers for extra support, full-weld outriggers and drive-on wheel wells, the Blaze’n is built to be taken off the beaten path.
In the travel trailer floorplans, flush-floor tie-downs are standard, as are 5,200-pound-rated axles, a 20-gallon fuel station, 100-gallon fresh-water tank and keyless entry. Ranging from 25 feet 10 inches to 38 feet, Blaze’n trailers can sleep from six to eight-plus people. All floorplans have wood cabinet frames, solid-surface counters, stainless-steel sinks, in-floor heat ducting, thick automotive foam in the sofas and chairs, high-end soft roll blackout shades, a touch-screen stereo with DVD player, and what the company claims are taller cabinets than the competition. Of the eight floorplans available in the fifth-wheel version, the longest extends 44 feet 11 inches.
Keeping the entertainment going after a day of riding, a drop-down 40-inch TV is designed for viewing from the entire living area and folds up to the ceiling when not in use. Every unit is solar-ready, and a 160-watt solar panel with an inverter can be installed as an option.
Base MSRP for Blaze’n toy-hauler trailers is $28,833 and $53,193 for the fifth-wheels.
Pacific Coachworks | 951-686-7294 | www.pacificcoachworks.com