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Re: How do you haul your Razor?

Here's my preferred means of hauling the RZR,



But if I'm just taking the RZR for a day ride,



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Our rig.....



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that looks like a lawrimore trailer

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Re: How do you haul your Razor?

It is a Lawrimore. I like it, but was too close to the 3500 lbs limit on the axle and wore tires like crazy. I put a 6000 lbs axle with brakes under it last fall. Now its perfect. Its balanced well and pulls straight, easy to side load and rear load.
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Re: How do you haul your Razor?

Best trailer ever!
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Here is how I haul mine! Bolted some expanded metal ramps to front rail and to bed of trailer. I pull the RZR's front tires over the front leaving plenty of storage underneath for camping stuff, tools, etc... Then I have 2 Honda 250ex's pulled straight on behind the RZR (one hanging over the side of the trailer) and a Yamaha Raptor 660 sideways on the back!!! Oh and forgot to mention the trailer is only 6'4" wide inside and 16' long!!
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Re: How do you haul your Razor?

You guys should list your trailer size with the pictures for people like me who are in the market for a new trailer and debating on sizes

Here is my current 15' car trailer that needs to be upgraded so we can fit the rest of our junk to go riding...

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Now THAT'S a sweet trailer! I've been looking and looking for the perfect trailer for months now, and I still can't find exactly what I want without spending a ton of money.


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27 foot toy hauler with my "stay in place" receiver so it cannot rub cabinets and when you drive out the receiver just falls out and away you go.
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Re: How do you haul your Razor?

When you RV full time, creativity becomes the name of the game. Diamondback ATV pickup bed cover and folding ramps purpose designed for quads with custom made tread brite cantilevered wheel pans to back the RZR up to the top of the bed. Diamondback offers a similar setup, but it doesn't remove from the bed cover as easily. So I had these custom made. Remove 4 stainless pins and the overhanging wheel pans are off.





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darterdad: what size is your trailer?
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