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I'm looking a small trailer for the RZR4. Corona Motorsports has a custom trailer built by Zieman that looks very cool. I only got a quick look as I drove past it the other day. I guess they asked Zieman to stretch a RZR trailer to fit the RZR4. The trailer looked to have metal sides and pans for the tires with wood in the middle. I didn't see if that model had the 1/2 ramps or not.

They don't show the RZR trailer on their web site. I found this one for sale on craigslist.

I'm not sure what I think about the 1/2 rmaps, the sales guy at CMS said the RZR will ride right up them.

What other sizes and brands do you use when you are only taking the RZR4 out somewhere?
 

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I think I just found one on C-List. I wish he posted the length and width...
 

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LOL...nice trailer!

I just use my 6x12 Utility trailer...that way it has multiple uses. I thought about getting a trailer that was UTV specific..but I use a utility trailer alot around my property so I just sold the one I had that was too short(10') and bought a 6x12.
 

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LOL...nice trailer!

I just use my 6x12 Utility trailer...that way it has multiple uses. I thought about getting a trailer that was UTV specific..but I use a utility trailer alot around my property so I just sold the one I had that was too short(10') and bought a 6x12.
Agreed. The problem with the first trailer pictured is that it really has only one purpose. With a full deck, the amount of difference uses increase greatly.

In the first picture, I personally do not like things hanging down below the frame (referencing those ramps). When thinks hang down like that, they tend to find ways to get caught on things.
 

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LOL...nice trailer!

I just use my 6x12 Utility trailer...that way it has multiple uses. I thought about getting a trailer that was UTV specific..but I use a utility trailer alot around my property so I just sold the one I had that was too short(10') and bought a 6x12.
Agreed. The problem with the first trailer pictured is that it really has only one purpose. With a full deck, the amount of difference uses increase greatly.

In the first picture, I personally do not like things hanging down below the frame (referencing those ramps). When thinks hang down like that, they tend to find ways to get caught on things.
I completely agree with things getting caught. We were rookies and bought a Zieman side load for our quads. It seemed like a good idea at the time. But the ramps stored underneath and ended up being the lowest part of the trailer. They hung on everything. I have a utility trailer now with the ramp tailgate. I have to work a little more turning the quads side ways to make room for the RZR but no more hanging up and breaking the parts of the ramp.
 

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Go hit Carson Trailers down the street from CMS...I just picked up a 6x12 fits the rzr 4 perfectly. The problem with the trailer at CMS is that it to low and you'll end up dragging it through the desert. Besides for what they charge, you can get a double axle with brakes and a gate and the price is not that much more.
 

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What are the down-sides of an "over the wheels" trailer like this:

I'm used to seeing these for snow mobiles.
 

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What are the down-sides of an "over the wheels" trailer like this:

I'm used to seeing these for snow mobiles.
The decks are higher. So, loading may be a bit more difficult because of a steeper incline on the ramps. Probably not an issue for a running RZR, but if you had to push anything up it, you'll notice a difference. Also, a higher deck means a higher center of gravity on the trailer. Again, probably won't be too big of an issue. But, because of the higher center of gravity, I would think it would just be a little bit less comfortable to tow (might feel it "lean" a bit in the corners, or maybe a little rougher ride).

Just a note, that trailer has somewhat small tires. Smaller tires wear out quicker that larger ones. Smaller tires might not float as well in the sand/mud and larger tires.

All that being said, a trailer like that would probably be just fine to use. However, I prefer trailers with drop axles and full sized tires.
 
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