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Old 03-02-2011, 12:18 PM   #1
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Desert Fox 17vs RZRS

I wanted to see if anyone has a RZRS that they haul
in a Desert Fox 17 VS Toy Hauler.

We found one we like, but it is so close in measurement to fit.
wanted to see if anyone has this setup. We are needing
a small toy hauler and really like this one.

If this toy hauler were closer would just take the rzrs and see if
it would load. We are not able to do that.

It will fit length wise, it's across that is the problem. Maybe an
extra 1" is all.

Thanks for any info.

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Old 03-02-2011, 02:11 PM   #2
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We hauled a Gold Wing in our 17' desert fox, and it was close too for length, the only suggestion I can give you is what i did , we measured it 3 times. Depending on the floor plan you need to be care full that something isnt in the way when the seats are up or the stove or what ever. measure length width and height all around and then recheck in the rig. I have a quad and the tires could be a problem, the mirrors is you have them or anything like that. Good luck if no one gets back to you .
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