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Old 04-04-2016, 07:25 AM   #1065
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Old 04-10-2016, 07:13 PM   #1068
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Nice looking white MH Joe. What kind of racing are you in to?
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My boys run motocross. That was a trailer I kept from my auto racing days. It works for everything.

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Well I have thoroughly enjoyed following this thread. I have loved towing our 26' Haulmark Edge race trailer, however, since getting out of racing a few years back I just can't seem to justify keeping the trailer when the Jeep flat tows so nicely.

I will be selling our enclosed race trailer but will still stop in to check out all of the cool as hell coaches and trailers. I almost feel like a part of me is dying after deciding to sell the trailer.

I am getting ready to clean it out and post it up for sale locally. I hope it goes to a good home and I hope I don't regret it down the road.

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Well I have thoroughly enjoyed following this thread. I have loved towing our 26' Haulmark Edge race trailer, however, since getting out of racing a few years back I just can't seem to justify keeping the trailer when the Jeep flat tows so nicely.

I will be selling our enclosed race trailer but will still stop in to check out all of the cool as hell coaches and trailers. I almost feel like a part of me is dying after deciding to sell the trailer.

I am getting ready to clean it out and post it up for sale locally. I hope it goes to a good home and I hope I don't regret it down the road.

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Old 05-15-2016, 05:28 PM   #1072
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Mike, you could always keep it for the bike(s)! GLWS
David, thought about that but we have so much fun with the Jeep when we travel we haven't brought the bike with us for the past two years now. I hate paying a storage fee each month to store the trailer and unfortunately I don't see myself getting back into racing in the future. Again, having too much fun with the Jeep and attending Jeep/RV rallies.

Guess it is just time to sell it and move on as it doesn't make much sense to keep it at this point.

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We are just getting started and I plan on using the enclosed trailer to haul our car. I prefer the trailer over flat towing for a couple reasons. The trailer can be backed up, can carry a few tools in the trailer, don't have to have a dedicated car to tow. Just my opinion.

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We are just getting started and I plan on using the enclosed trailer to haul our car. I prefer the trailer over flat towing for a couple reasons. The trailer can be backed up, can carry a few tools in the trailer, don't have to have a dedicated car to tow. Just my opinion.


Nice looking rig, what is the trailer length?
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Mike,

You might consider a smaller trailer for the jeep.

I have two right now the 28 foot for the dragster and a 24 foot for the Jeep.

The 24 foot for the Jeep keeps it clean going down the road and make a great second garage to store the Jeep in the winter.

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Nice looking rig, what is the trailer length?


Thanks. Our trailer is 22' with a 54" extended tongue. 68' 6" overall length
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Thanks. Our trailer is 22' with a 54" extended tongue. 68' 6" overall length
I see that door up near the front - is that to access storage or could a motorcycle fit up in that area?
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