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Does anyone use a single axle 6x12 enclosed trailer for a XP 4 1000 Rzr ? Do you have pics ?
 

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That will not work. 12’2” length if you are bone stock and no bumpers. Add bumpers or larger tires, or high clearance A-arms or high clearance Trailing arms. You are now into the 150-152” range. You need a min of a 14’ by 77” cargo space stock or not.

Just spent a spell modifying my toyhauler to fit my XP4. Cargo area was 12’3”. Wouldn’t fit my stock XP4 with bumpers without wedging the tires in front of the Cabinet.

I since have added all of the previously mentioned items (yeah I wasn’t gonna did any mods....)
 

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yep it's gonna be close, I'm bone stock. I'll post pictures if it works. Can't believe no one has tried it.
 

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Guys have done 7' wide but it's tight. 6' wide and you'll have to crawl out the back or go for the ride in the trailer.
Not sure if you're trying to save money or weight but you'll need a custom build. By the time you add in extra width and extra height for the door you'll probably need a tandem axle with brakes.
I wouldn't go with anything less than 7X14.
Bigger the better since you always have extra stuff to haul
 

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It's strictly for weight, But I'm gonna need a private piss area for my wife, Lol , Probably end up going with a 7x14..
 

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Like mentionned, length wise will be tight. Also, width and height of door could also be an issue.

I had a 7x14 v-nose with my 800 trail. When i upgraded to the xpt2, i upgraded to a 7x20 flat deck. Now, i can haul 2 machines.


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2020 xp4 turbo on a 6’4” x 12’ single axle. I had to remove the tailgate because the car is like 12’3” I think stock and all the way home from dealership it swayed over 40 mph due to NO TONGUE WEIGHT. I sold it and ordered a 7’x 16’ tandem axle car hauler . Single axel 6x12 in my opinion isn’t safe.

Does anyone use a single axle 6x12 enclosed trailer for a XP 4 1000 Rzr ? Do you have pics ?
 

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Does anyone use a single axle 6x12 enclosed trailer for a XP 4 1000 Rzr ? Do you have pics ?
Do yourself a fave a never buy a single axle trail, ride is terrible and will beat up your machine. Have a bunch of trailers and single axle is NOT the way to go. Just a little helpful advice.
 

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It's strictly for weight, But I'm gonna need a private piss area for my wife, Lol , Probably end up going with a 7x14..
My brakes are bigger than yours! I drive a Tundra , Lol
I understand the issue now. You should buy a new truck first. LOL

But on a serious note... you'll want a 7' wide to avoid crawling over/under the SxS and at least a 14' long to get the tongue weight right without having to back it in. And if you're serious about your wife needing space to piss, you better start shopping around for a new truck and a toy hauler now. Ask me how I know. LOL
 

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Yea, definitely gonna pass on the single axle trailer..But she's gonna have to take a piss in the enclosed double axle trailer ! Lol I'm serious. I retired at 51 years old with one Federal pension and one State pension so a new truck and trailer is out of the question. Besides I don''t take orders from anyone anymore and it's kind of nice to eat breakfast and then go back to sleep if I want ! Lol
 

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A 6x12 trailer empty probably weighs 1500 pounds empty and more than likely has a 3500 pound axle rating. If it did fit your pushing the weight limit
 
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