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Old 08-08-2014, 08:56 AM   #1
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Question Lightweight Travel Trailer Toy Hauler??

Any recommendations for a lightweight travel trailer toy hauler that will accommodate a lifted golf cart and sleep 4......with GVW under 5,000 pounds? Our daughter and son-in-law are looking for one. I'd love to hear your pro's and con's.

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Do you know the weight of the golf cart ?
JMHO: At 5,000 GVW. that will be the big limiting factor. I think 8,000 would be more realistic.
What are they intending to tow with ?
A flat deck trailer/ with brakes, for a golf cart would have a GVW of 3500.

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I agree, think that number is too low. I've seen a couple Cruiser RV toy haulers. Light weight and very nice.
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