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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    Quote Originally Posted by busted2x View Post
    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 hondalrd View Post
    I have heard the desert fox are well built. Iím more worried about the mud on the quads making a mess
    We had a open rear toyhauler before, put a good tarp down for anything that falls off, run the quads out and drag the tarp out and knock it off

    The fuel station out of anything made it smell, only when adding fuel mind you
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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    I run the 5ver and quad trailer behind. I find the convenience of the 2 trailers easy to manage, leaving home, setting up and venturing out. In many areas we go, we camp at base camp and will drive to staging areas. I works for me in my situation, the trailer is winter and summer use. I can't ever see myself loading a sled on a deck.
    A friend of mine has a toyhauler bumper pull. His Rhino rides in it. One trip to Nordegg last summer he almost left it there. It was so dusty inside! The doors just don't seal up really well I guess.
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    Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    Quote Originally Posted by nast70 View Post
    I run the 5ver and quad trailer behind. I find the convenience of the 2 trailers easy to manage, leaving home, setting up and venturing out. In many areas we go, we camp at base camp and will drive to staging areas. I works for me in my situation, the trailer is winter and summer use. I can't ever see myself loading a sled on a deck.
    A friend of mine has a toyhauler bumper pull. His Rhino rides in it. One trip to Nordegg last summer he almost left it there. It was so dusty inside! The doors just don't seal up really well I guess.
    Tell him to seal all the holes where the water lines and stuff come through the floor. Mine was really dusty and thought it was the rear door, it wasnít it was all the other holes. 2ĒĒ hole for a 1/2ĒĒ water line to go through now time that by ten or more adds up. After a few tubes of silicone itís all good now.
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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    Quote Originally Posted by hondalrd View Post
    How do you load the sea doo up there?
    2 people just walk it up the ramp.

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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    Quote Originally Posted by hondalrd View Post
    Whatís the info on it?
    PMíd you
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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    Curious to what the best options would be with a open living quarters with muddy quads? Iím sure a tarp would help.
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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    Quote Originally Posted by hondalrd View Post
    Curious to what the best options would be with a open living quarters with muddy quads? Iím sure a tarp would help.
    I been packing a small pump and giving it a quick wash. And itís not really to big of a deal, but I try not to ride the day I go home so the mud isnít fresh.
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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    Quote Originally Posted by hondalrd View Post
    Curious to what the best options would be with a open living quarters with muddy quads? Iím sure a tarp would help.
    Heavy tarp then drive quads on that, really not a big deal. Biggest is thing donít fill the fuel tanks 100% full, just in case it gets hot in there and agitated so you would smell gas

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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    Any body have experience towing a v nose camper with a Sled deck extended out the full width? Curious if the V front would help? Seems like the normal style has a longer tongue then the v campers I have looked at online?
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