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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    Yup 100%, bought a hydro sled deck that is 9 feet long and wheels that can be moved or taken out

    Bought a trailer and made sure it was sloaped enough to not hit unless real off camber

    Even made it part of the deal to hook up to it and turn it with deck on to check clearance, first trailer was a no go, 2nd one is the one we bought
    long live the rev ...08-09 xp's are like riding a buffalo
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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    I have had a 5th wheel toy hauler, sled deck with travel trailer and 5th wheel towing a small trailer behind it. The best for me was the deck and trailer.
    2017 Maverick XMR

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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    I run a 5th wheel with a two,place sled trailer works well for me

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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    Quote Originally Posted by hondalrd View Post
    So who all uses a deck to haul 2 quads and tows a bumper pull? I own a deck already and thinking of selling my fifth wheel. I currently use a small trailer behind it and don’t enjoy doing that long setup far distances. I have also looked at buying a smaller bumper pull toy hauler but none have separate garage. Does anyone have one of these? How is it having quads in your living quarters ? Can you fit 2 side by side ? What’s everyone’s favourite setup?
    I did with my you hauler for years and ended up going with a camper and pulling the toys behind. We actually prefer the camper as it is way more versatile and easier to get into tight spots
    I get 50miles to the gallon on this hog

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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    30 foot toyhauler octane 12 foot garage. Shes a beauty 3 guads in . One in truck

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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    Quote Originally Posted by neilsleder View Post
    Buy my bumper pull toy hauler. It holds two quads.
    What’s the info on it?
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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    Any body have experience with the open garage toy haulers ?
    2003 s 10 zr2 2 inch lift

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    2006 Trx 450r to much to list

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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    I have a 2007 Desert Fox 24AS. I bought it new in 2009. Not the most flashy unit, but it's very well built. And no, it doesn't smell like gas after unloading.
    Quote Originally Posted by hondalrd View Post
    Any body have experience with the open garage toy haulers ?



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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    I do, have a seadoo on a little trailer and 2 dirtbikes on the deck. But I agree, buy one with a sloped front. I can't extend my deck sides or they will hit my trailer.

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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    Quote Originally Posted by wolverine68 View Post
    I have a 2007 Desert Fox 24AS. I bought it new in 2009. Not the most flashy unit, but it's very well built. And no, it doesn't smell like gas after unloading.
    I have heard the desert fox are well built. I’m more worried about the mud on the quads making a mess
    2003 s 10 zr2 2 inch lift

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    2006 Trx 450r to much to list

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