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Old 04-12-2007, 04:48 PM   #1
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We have 2 toys that we love. The first is a 30' Wildcat 5ver, and the other is my 2006 Honda Goldwing Motorcycle. Problem is, that I really miss the bike when we park, and want to venture out to see the sights. Two part question, first, does anyone know if the Wildcat can accommodate a receiver hitch capable of pulling a 1000 trailer with bike, and the second part, is: has anyone had experience double towing with a 5ver, and what is your recommendations.Thanks for the advice in advance, Gene & Betty
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We have 2 toys that we love. The first is a 30' Wildcat 5ver, and the other is my 2006 Honda Goldwing Motorcycle. Problem is, that I really miss the bike when we park, and want to venture out to see the sights. Two part question, first, does anyone know if the Wildcat can accommodate a receiver hitch capable of pulling a 1000 trailer with bike, and the second part, is: has anyone had experience double towing with a 5ver, and what is your recommendations.Thanks for the advice in advance, Gene & Betty
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Gene & Betty,
Your first question should be addressed with the manufacturer and also ask the question if your Wildcat will support a MC lift.

In reference to your second question -- double towing is fairly common with the HDT and MDT 5th wheel haulers. Check this site.
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