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Old 06-30-2011, 01:20 AM   #1
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Need A REASONABLE/Safe Solution???????

How to solve this problem????

Have TH with ATV/SXS, park/camp the TH in an area where it is several miles to the off load spot for riding ATV,(no choice).

Want to ride/use ATV/SXS, do NOT or can't ride the ATV/SxS to riding area,(County Mounties/Troopers FROWN ON THIS move, "Press Hard, 4 Copies, OUCH).

Have camper Shell on TV, ATV/SXS will not fit.

Is there a small legal type of trailer that will break down and store in TH for pulling the ATC/SXS to the off load areas??????????????

Any other REASONABLE solutions??????

Tia,
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Old 06-30-2011, 01:56 AM   #2
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Easy fix. Get rid of the ATC's (All Terrain Couches) and get dual sport bikes. We can ride literally ANYWHERE on ours. Much more versatile than quads, rhino's, etc...
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Have a small trailer built (small diameter) wheels that will fit inside the toy hauler already loaded. Got enough room? Look at Northern Tool for folding trailers. Good luck.
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Easy fix. Get rid of the ATC's (All Terrain Couches) and get dual sport bikes. We can ride literally ANYWHERE on ours. Much more versatile than quads, rhino's, etc...
I don't think you could pack out a Bull Elk on your "Dual sport bikes", , in 1 trip . Have many years experience riding and packin a Honda Trail 90, a 250#+ Wild hog was enough for me, reason for the ATV!

Thanks for the info.
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Guess it depends on how fine you field dress it. How about a little Home Depot type folding trailer? Put a hitch on the toyhauler, and get a hitch mount rack. Put the little folding trailer on the rack until needed. It's somewhat cumbersome, but could solve the problem.
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On second thought, how about just getting an ATV hitch carrier, such as made by Joe Hauler. You can just slide it in the toyhauler with the quad, and put it on the truck at camp site. Probably wouldn't hold a bigger rhino type though. No good solution for that besides getting it bogus street licensed...
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