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post #1 of 19 Old June 18th, 2010, 04:00 AM Thread Starter
 
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I just purchased my first RZR and so far I love it! Now I have trailer issues. What do you all use for trailers for your RZR's? 90% of the time I will be pulling a RZR and a Sportsman. The other ten percent of the time I will want to pull the RZR and two Sportsman's. It would be nice to get down to one trailer! I have been studying options and just can't seem to find the right trailer... Any advice??? What are you all using?
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post #2 of 19 Old June 18th, 2010, 04:11 AM
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Here' mine will carry my 3 rzr-s and i have a 40 gallon fuel station on the front,elect jacks ,solar battery charger ,gate assist .works good for me .
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I have 2 rzrs and needed a lightweight trailer to pull behind my fifth wheel camper.so I bought a used 21ft. boat trailer and put catwalk down each side of it and left open in the middle.it works great I don't know about 2 quads and a rzr unless you can do the quads sideways.you can pick up boat trailers really cheap.I got mine for 700.00.kybodyguy
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I purchased an older aluminum 96" wide open snowmobile trailer that is 22' long with a 2' V nose. These trailers are pretty reasonable because the snowmobile crowd is moving up to the 101" wide trailers to accommodate the wider sleds. Works great! I have a truck box mounted on the V portion of the trailer then I can load the RZR and then 2 ATV's side by side behind it with plenty of room. I can fit the RZR and 3 ATV's if I need to as well.
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I have a 6x12 NNT landscaping trailer.....but that'd be too small for your needs. lol
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this would also work well for you...
18ft long 8ft wide dove tail open trailer...
http://www.rzrforums.net/misc-sale/2...-8ft-wide.html

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what is the minimum size cargo trailer for RZR-S? Height, width and length?
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I have a Keystone Raptor 3110TT for camping. It fits one RZR S in the Garage, I have to put the other in the back of the truck. For my weekend day trips or when I stay at motels, I have a Wells Fargo 26' enclosed race trailer that hauls both RZRs and our luggage. It's nice to have everything secure and locked up. The enclosed trailer also is great since we have shelter when the wind kicks up or when waiting for a rainstorm to pass.
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I Usually Put My RZR -S in my Fuzion Toy hauler and My Wife Pulls my 20ft Car hauler with 2 Honda 650's x RZR LE x Honda 500 foreman they are tight but fit just right if you do it right.

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Couple things to think about when buying a trailer. First one you already answered, 90% of the time you'll have a sportsman and a rzr on it. Which is exactly what I do to. Second, how much room do you have to park this thing both at home and where you ride? Third is budget, fourth is what else do you haul (tractors, cars etc.), fifth is tow vehicle.
My 16ft black deck car hauler is great with a sportsman parked sideways in the front and rzr behind it with plenty of room for cargo around them. In that 10% where you are hauling a second sportsman can you put it in the bed of your tow vehicle? Parking was a big issue for me. I got a 16 (overall length is 20 remember tongue length) because my parking area was small and I didn't want to move it around every time I mowed grass. Budget for a couple reasons. Aluminum is very nice but almost triple the cost of a steel in some cases also the longer you go the more expensive. If you are going to be hauling other things make sure its heavy duty and long enough to haul them. No sense in buying a trailer that won't do everything you want, that's the purpose of getting a new trailer anyway right? The tow vehicle is one of the most important. You have to buy a trailer you can move! A 20ft goose neck is going to look really funny with its hitch going through the back window of a Ford escape, not to mention not being able to move it empty let alone loaded. Just be mindful with what you buy and what you can tow.
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i have a 20 ft car hauler with a dove tail, 7 1/2 ft wide, its pretty nice. but fjk, that is a bad effn trailer.
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i have a 20 ft car hauler with a dove tail, 7 1/2 ft wide, its pretty nice. but fjk, that is a bad effn trailer.
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Couple things to think about when buying a trailer. First one you already answered, 90% of the time you'll have a sportsman and a rzr on it. Which is exactly what I do to. Second, how much room do you have to park this thing both at home and where you ride? Third is budget, fourth is what else do you haul (tractors, cars etc.), fifth is tow vehicle.
My 16ft black deck car hauler is great with a sportsman parked sideways in the front and rzr behind it with plenty of room for cargo around them. In that 10% where you are hauling a second sportsman can you put it in the bed of your tow vehicle? Parking was a big issue for me. I got a 16 (overall length is 20 remember tongue length) because my parking area was small and I didn't want to move it around every time I mowed grass. Budget for a couple reasons. Aluminum is very nice but almost triple the cost of a steel in some cases also the longer you go the more expensive. If you are going to be hauling other things make sure its heavy duty and long enough to haul them. No sense in buying a trailer that won't do everything you want, that's the purpose of getting a new trailer anyway right? The tow vehicle is one of the most important. You have to buy a trailer you can move! A 20ft goose neck is going to look really funny with its hitch going through the back window of a Ford escape, not to mention not being able to move it empty let alone loaded. Just be mindful with what you buy and what you can tow.
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Couple things to think about when buying a trailer. First one you already answered, 90% of the time you'll have a sportsman and a rzr on it. Which is exactly what I do to. Second, how much room do you have to park this thing both at home and where you ride? Third is budget, fourth is what else do you haul (tractors, cars etc.), fifth is tow vehicle.
My 16ft black deck car hauler is great with a sportsman parked sideways in the front and rzr behind it with plenty of room for cargo around them. In that 10% where you are hauling a second sportsman can you put it in the bed of your tow vehicle? Parking was a big issue for me. I got a 16 (overall length is 20 remember tongue length) because my parking area was small and I didn't want to move it around every time I mowed grass. Budget for a couple reasons. Aluminum is very nice but almost triple the cost of a steel in some cases also the longer you go the more expensive. If you are going to be hauling other things make sure its heavy duty and long enough to haul them. No sense in buying a trailer that won't do everything you want, that's the purpose of getting a new trailer anyway right? The tow vehicle is one of the most important. You have to buy a trailer you can move! A 20ft goose neck is going to look really funny with its hitch going through the back window of a Ford escape, not to mention not being able to move it empty let alone loaded. Just be mindful with what you buy and what you can tow.
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You're really pushing the limits of your tow vehicle here, you may want to consider upgrading. lol Last night I was hauling my daughters Peg Perego Rzr on my 8x10 sled/atv deck with my 1 ton dually, got a few laughs from other people on the the highway. Wish I'd have taken a pic now. On topic : I'd like to get a trailer soon but am undecided on what, I am thinking used race car trailer with camperized front end. At the moment I just use my sled deck, if I side load I can fit the Rzr and a quad if need be. Gas, generator etc. goes under the deck, and pull the travel trailer.

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I have a Triton XT14-101 which doubles for snomobile duty. The RZR goes on the front and if only one ATV, it goes sideways on the back, if two ATV, they go on parrallel to the trailer.
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