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Old 07-13-2015, 03:24 PM   #1
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Side Load Hauler

I am looking for a dual side load toy hauler. i.e. so I can load 2 atv's?? Have seen a couple used but cannot find them now that am looking..any one know who makes one of these??

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Just to confirm, is your question about towable toy haulers?

The motorhome forums do not include a TH forum, but there were some motorhome toy haulers made and some with side load.
See more here: Class "A" Toyhaulers

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yes towable. Have seen a couple advertised for sale but now can't find ads. My 2nd choice is a rear load like I have now but need a longer cargo bay after new atv purchase. I now need a bit over 15 ft of cargo
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Havn't seen a garage over 14'6"
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Why side load? If just 2 atv on a 102"wide body hauler you can fit 2 side by side. Mine is 99" between interior walls

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