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Old 10-03-2012, 08:27 AM   #1
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What tyoe trailer hitch?

Hi,

We have a 2004 Country Coach 42 Intrigue and normally tow a HHR with it.

When we go without the dogs to New Orleans in February we are wanting to take our two 250cc scooters instead of the car.

Found a very nice 5 x 8 foot trailer that will hold both scooters.

Only issue (or is it?) is that the trailer has a single "tongue" rather than the A style I am used to.

My question is this a safe way to tow a trailer behind the DP?

I rarely get above 65 mph as that is the rated max for the HHR and also the sweet spot for the fuel economy.


Thanks,

Mike...
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It'll pull fine. I think the bigger problems might be related to the fact it's so small? Backing for instance, is going to be challenging to say the least? Your rear view monitor will be your only guide. The rear view mirrors are only going to see it when it's nearly jack knifed.
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