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Old 07-10-2010, 08:57 PM   #1
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Question Pace Cargo Trailer

Does anyone have any experience with Pace Cargo Trailers? I am considering one to use to haul my ATV behind my fifth wheel on the way to hunting camp. (It is legal to do so in Montana)
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Does anyone have any experience with Pace Cargo Trailers? I am considering one to use to haul my ATV behind my fifth wheel on the way to hunting camp. (It is legal to do so in Montana)

JJ , our band member has a Pace enclosed CT ... uses it every weekend to haul his "stuff" ... 5 years now , no problems ... They seem to be well built/designed, unlike TT's ... I'm seriously considering one for a cargo conversion...
Here's a thread on tandem towing ... http://www.mikenchell.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=38519
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Old 07-12-2010, 11:53 AM   #3
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JJ - I have a 28' Enclosed Pace Pursuit. I know it's not a Cargo trailer but I can say Pace makes a fine trailer. I've got it loaded down with all my gear and it tows great! I had a 24' Haulmark Thrifty Hauler before this one and we had no issues with that one either. Had it for about 10 years and towed all over with it making deliveries. Both Companies are very well made brands.

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Thanks for the responses-I ordered a 6x12 Pace this morning. JJ
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If you don't mind me asking , what did you get ... ??? V nose? Side door? that sorta' stuff...
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Old 07-16-2010, 05:22 PM   #6
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6x12, single axle, back door becomes ramp, side door in front, tie downs. no v nose-did not want the extra length -should not make much difference in mpg when pullling behind the 5th wheel but might when just behind pickup. interior height 5'6". overall length is 15'5". It has a 12v dome light, roof vent and stoneguard. A friend put fold down bunks on the inside of his and once he takes his ATV out he uses it in place of a tent when hunting-think I will stick to the 5th wheel.
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JJ, thanks for the info !!!
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Old 07-17-2010, 08:22 AM   #8
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Looking for the same size trailer.
What kind of price were you able to get?
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Old 07-26-2010, 09:11 PM   #9
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Suggested retail for the Outback model is $2700-I did a little better.
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Trailer dealers around here seem willing to "haggle" a little bit ... Must be the Economy !!
WE found they want to stick with the basic price , but are willing to "throw in" some options to sweeten the deal ... That's Cool !!!...
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