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Old 02-11-2009, 12:11 PM   #1
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I have a Damon Daybreak 2004 2960F and have a Versa Haul hitch installed for hauling our scooter the hitch is a 3 point type 1st into my Class III hitch then I installed 2 lengths of 2" square tube from the hitch back to the frame for added stability. My question is could I tow my 2008 Grand Vitara also without removing the Versa Haul or would the length be getting too far away from the MH ? Has anyone else pulled a toad with another hitch already there ? Your comments would be appreciated
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Old 02-17-2009, 06:37 PM   #2
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I have been thinking the same. I got a versa haul for my Piaggio BV250 scooter. Normally I would not tow a trailer behind it with the versa haul installed simply because of the toungh weight. Now the toad does not add any weight to the toungh, so I thing that it may be OK.

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That's kinda why I was asking if anyone does this I don't believe there would be any tongue weight added 'cause your towing 4-down, just curious 'cause the length would be alittle greater ?
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We towed our 2005 Sunfire Toad, along with a Yamaha Vino 125 motor scooter 124cc on the VersaHaul hitch hauler plugged into the motorhome receiver, and the Sterling tow bar plugged into the VersaHaul.

I did install heavy duty Steel Skid Rollers with 2 1/2" extensions on the Motorhome hitch.

We had no problems for over 4,000 miles. Have since sold the VersaHaul, the scooter and the Sunfire.

We now tow a HHR with the bikes carried inside the HHR.
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