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Old 08-17-2016, 08:05 AM   #43
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I looked at stackers too, but height is another issue.. I think they r close to 13'10" well that can also b an issue traveling across the. USA
Max height for the tallest stacker is 13'6". You can get shorter stackers as the max height is an option. We have an InTech and they have a lot of options as do most manufacturers.
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Old 09-08-2016, 05:25 PM   #44
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We normally flat tow our jeep. But would also like at times to take the Rzr or golfcart also. Found an aluminum 26' open car hauler. Just want to know of others pulling something this long. With MH and trailer tongue I would be at 74'. I also thought of pulling 12' trailer behind jeep, then I would be triple towing. What do ya'll think the best alternative would be?
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Did you decide to buy the trailer? I pull a 24' enclosed and I am staying in a 80' long site in Kimball, TX at the end of October. Very rare do I have to unhook the trailer while traveling.
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Well back to looking at different options. I found a 2009 30' work and play I could pull with my 3/4 ton truck. I then would have 2 types of camping, just DW is not in ageement. So after talking to friends today, they have an 77"10' Aluma trailer they triple pull. When they get in hairy situations they disconnect jeep and follow behind. Thus trailer only weighs 350#Click image for larger version

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Here's our set up I put a 2 dr jeep an rzr and 3 quads this weekend lets say I'm good at Tetris lol
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Here's our set up I put a 2 dr jeep an rzr and 3 quads this weekend lets say I'm good at Tetris lol
Tell me how do you like them tandems on that mhome?
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Did you decide to buy the trailer? I pull a 24' enclosed and I am staying in a 80' long site in Kimball, TX at the end of October. Very rare do I have to unhook the trailer while traveling.
I had a buddy who liked it down in kimball tx.

What's it cost to park that rig at a 80' long site?
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My 24 ft.
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Tell me how do you like them tandems on that mhome?

We like it I've never owned a non tag coach to be honest though so but both of the tag units we have owned have been very stable towing
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My 24 ft.
Just curious about the hitch weight loaded like that.
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Just curious about the hitch weight loaded like that.
I just got this trailer and haven't been to the scales yet but this was hook to mt 1/2 ton pickup and didn't look bad going to stop at truck stop next week to check
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I had a buddy who liked it down in kimball tx.

What's it cost to park that rig at a 80' long site?
It is actually in Tomball, TX; $40 per night.
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I would load the wagon backwards first and the cart at the back. My guess is you dont have enough tongue weight.
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