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Old 12-31-2016, 10:31 AM   #15
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The other day I saw a MH on I-95 towing a trailer with a golf cart on the front (sitting laterally) and the front tires of a toad on the rear (Dolly type). Seemed to work, but not sure.
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I usually put any extra stuff I bring inside the toad.

If it doesn't fit then I probably don't need it.

Extending your hitch de-rates it, so you would probably be overweight anyway.

What about having a rack installed onto the back of the RV ?

Lippert Components makes a nice fold down rack that may work. It attaches to the bumper or frame. Weight would still be an issue but it's another option versus extending your hitch.
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Old 12-31-2016, 11:11 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by Kurtsara View Post
Wouldn't it be a rack and not a cart? Doesn't a cart have wheels?
lol. Yes. You are right. My daughter corrected me too. I just said you know what I mean.
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Old 12-31-2016, 11:13 AM   #18
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I know a woman who hauled a two wheeled electric who-you-call ride on thing on a tray behind her motorhome and her toad was attached to the same Wye type insert and she hauled that back and forth up and down the states for a few years. She can give particulars if she wants to but I do know she did it successfully for more than just a few years.
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Thanks everyone for your input. Majority of you say not a good idea. I'm beginning to think the same thing. Weight is an issue too. Thanks again.
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Maybe you should consider a trailer to haul the car and your other stuff. It would be much more simple and you could back it up if needed and alot safer to boot. By time you buy the tow setup and everything else you may have the price of a trailer which you have the hitch for already.
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