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    Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    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?
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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    i have used a sled deck with holiday trailer for 10 years now mainly haul 1 quad and 2 dirtbikes
    if you are looking at purchasing a tow behind trailer make sure it has a long hitch tongue and preferably the living quarters will sweep back from the frame with out coming forward
    or you will have issues with a deck and turning radius ( pretty easy to punch a hole in an RV )
    trailer pic one is a better option with a sled deck my trailer is like the second pic and i can hit the front with the sled deck extended easily ( i also run a 14" hitch shank ) short box dodge with a 7 ft deck
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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    Quote Originally Posted by 250mark1 View Post
    i have used a sled deck with holiday trailer for 10 years now mainly haul 1 quad and 2 dirtbikes
    if you are looking at purchasing a tow behind trailer make sure it has a long hitch tongue and preferably the living quarters will sweep back from the frame with out coming forward
    or you will have issues with a deck and turning radius ( pretty easy to punch a hole in an RV )
    trailer pic one is a better option with a sled deck my trailer is like the second pic and i can hit the front with the sled deck extended easily ( i also run a 14" hitch shank ) short box dodge with a 7 ft deck
    trailer 1.jpgtrailer2.jpg
    Ya that is a good point on the trailer shape ! I wonder how a v nose trailer would do from hitting the deck?
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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    Sled Deck & Bumper Pull..... 2 quads on the deck...... only punched out 1 window with the deck in the last 6 or so years of doing it this way

    New holiday trailer just purchased haven't pulled it yet, but I have a 8foot box, and will be buying a 14" shank for the new equalizer hitch.
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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    I have side load quad system for summer on a long box, buddy of mine bought one of those 29' bumper pull toy haulers,quality is not as nice, but it gives his older kids thier own big room, when camping he says.

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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    I have a homemade deck that fits in a 6'6" box that I load 2 quad on sideways and a bumper tow. I don't even have to unhook the truck if I don't want to. Custom 12' folding ramps that I slide one under each of the quads. I load a Grizzley and an Outlander no problem. Been looking, but don't have a picture n this computer. Might sell this set up as I ride the bike more now than camp.

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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    Buy my bumper pull toy hauler. It holds two quads.
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    Long box truck with deck and bumper pull
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    Re: Best camping solution for hauling quads?

    thumbnail_IMG_1472.jpgThis set up works great for us. can haul 2 sxs and 2 dirtbikes and all the camping gear.
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