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Old June 17th, 2010, 05:11 PM
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Re: Loadrunner enclosed trailers

One thing to help get taller RZRs into enclosed trailers: I back the truck just up to the hitch point and then pull forward a couple of inches. That allows me to hook up the safety chains and then lower the tongue all the way to the ground. Then set the rear loading jacks all the way to the ground. This way there is more angle between the loading ramp and the interior deck. Thus as the back edge of the roof or cage goes through the doorway, the rear tires are lower, compared to the interior deck, and thus there is clearance for the top or cage. Works everytime for me!
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Old July 6th, 2010, 02:18 AM
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Re: Loadrunner enclosed trailers

I guess ill just have to roll mine and crush the cage down so itll fit. I want it to fit no matter where im parked with it hooked to the truck. Dont wanna take any time other than to tie in down when i get done riding.
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Old July 6th, 2010, 05:44 AM
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It only takes us about 10 minutes for the whole process. And if I spent another $285 for another electric jack for the enclosed trailer it would take even less time. And it beats the heck out of tearing up your roll cage and or trailer. Remember the spring for the fold down door is just above the door opening!!!
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Old July 6th, 2010, 05:50 AM
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Thinking about just getting barn doors and making short ramps. Trying that before i just ram it in there to move the roof up some.
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Yea I think the pro serious is lifetime on the roof. I just really wanted a vnose but im sure i can pull flat easy enough.
You are right about the pricing everything i have found cheaper is cheaperrr. I like all the extras. Ill prolly be going with the pro series but now I cant decide if i want 6x12 or 7x16 lol. I would like all the extra room but prolly cost a bit more towing it all over. Lifes decisions lol.
dont get a 6ft wide one if u have an S unless u want a hard time getting in and out of it......7ft is the way to go with an S forsure.....
Thats what I'm thinking. My big rear would be climbing out the back window as tight as that fit is.
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I am trying to figure out a way to tow my Razor s and my Can Am 800r Mxr on one traile. Looks like I am going to have to get a 20 ft traile unless I can figure out how to stack my Can Am up against the Razor. F@$King combined length between the two is 18x8ft long and 9 ft wide....oh Hell!! looks like I might new a 20 ft trailer!!!!!
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Re: Loadrunner enclosed trailers

I am running a 24Ft LoadRunner , I can drive my wifes 2010 Dodge Ram Pick-up inside with no issues.. I used to use it to transport my Ultralight (small plane) or my Chrysler 300..Now its dedicated to either my RAZR and my son 170 for going out and having fun..Or helping out people move...I just had it delivered from Arizona (I guess thats where it was made??) I think, not sure but think its an Interstate Loadrunner?? As for the exact dimensions, I would have to check.. But I think its longer than 24Ft..thats the inside measurements I think?? Its probably the first trailer I have ever towed tha even when loaded with my Chrysler, I dont even notice its there..and thats towing it with my wifes little 1500 Laramie dodge (I really miss her F-350 Turbo diesel, she traded it in??), but in her defence, the dodge does have the hemi and the car and trailer together are only 6,500Lbs... The RAZRs dont weigh enough to need a huge 350 anymore...
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Re: Loadrunner enclosed trailers

I bought a 20' V nose from the Pace manufacture in St. George, Utah. It is 8'6" wide. The price was right and it is a well made trailer. I can put my RZR and my Sportsman 500 in side with not any problems. The width and length gives me plenty of room to take all my stuff. The trailer tows great behind my 2006 Ford F250. Looked at smaller trailers but could not get all my stuff inside. I think smaller trailers create you problems, we all take more than we need except for the things we forget and need.
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i have the 7x16 for my rzr might be sellin has 30 miles on it gonna buy a 7x20 to haul all my toys..upgraded to 15s, stands on rear, tire holder and spare ect.
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