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Old 03-04-2013, 07:09 PM   #29
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It still comes down to what you will have to do when you get to a campground with your two trailers. You will be limited to pull throughs and very long ones at that. I would expect the motorcycle trailer will limit your travels far more than will be offset by having them with you. There is a good reason why toy haulers are so very popular.
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Old 03-06-2013, 10:44 AM   #30
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I towed a haulmark 14 ft tandem behind my 29 ft fifth wheel, and it works very well. You need to include trailer brake wiring to the rear trailer. I was approx 70 ft long which is over the limit in most states, but I was never bothered. I could even back the combo up. I drove a gravel train in Michigan years ago and have class a triple trailer rating on my license. I understand that you need what they call a double r rating at least.
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