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Old 09-02-2008, 03:42 AM   #1
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We have a 04 Toyota Sequoia that can pull max 6200. We are looking for a TH that has plenty of room for a family of 4 that will be able to haul a golf cart or a 500lb Harley sportster. Does anyone know of any to look at? I have searched but most are too heavy for our SUV.
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We have a 04 Toyota Sequoia that can pull max 6200. We are looking for a TH that has plenty of room for a family of 4 that will be able to haul a golf cart or a 500lb Harley sportster. Does anyone know of any to look at? I have searched but most are too heavy for our SUV.
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the match of tow-vehicle and your desire for something that
"... has plenty of room for a family of 4 .."
along with a bike, makes me a bit nervous since that implies that you will also have a lot of supplies with you (ie: goodbye 6200# capacity available !)

but, start your search and check out the ProductSpecifications with ....

http://www.hyperlitetrailers.com/

however, right now would be a heck of a time to be shopping for used super-duty trucks too!
your toyhauler choices will expand significantly
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Thanks for the link FatDog. I looked at the units and they are way too small for a family of 4 to camp in. My husband and I it would work but with two boys 12 and 15 not trying to stay that close to them at night and in the evenings. They both have ADHD and the meds wear off after 7 or 8 at night. You can imagine downtime when there isn't anything going on.
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