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Old 10-08-2016, 10:10 PM   #11
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MD You might want to take a look at the swivel wheel by Fast products inc. that is what I thought your were talking about, anyway it puts no real weight on your rigs.
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Old 10-08-2016, 10:40 PM   #12
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MD You might want to take a look at the swivel wheel by Fast products inc. that is what I thought your were talking about, anyway it puts no real weight on your rigs.
Those are pretty amazing with no real effort when backing up and there are a few different companies who make them. However, they are expensive as Hell. I was considering one until I found out that they cost several thousand dollars.
As for the versahaul, I know that my situation is not the same but I use one for my dirt bike on the back of my Expedition instead of using a trailer. Simple and convenient to use.
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Old 10-08-2016, 10:54 PM   #13
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Versahaul with a golfcar, NO way.
Look at Idahotote. Yes they are expensive but for good reason.
Golf cars are just way too heavy for the Versahaul on a Suburban class III hitch. That kind of weight you'd need at least a class V. Even then I believe it would still be too much for the Versahaul.
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That's the other one (Idahotote). Wanted to get one to pull behind my TT since a trailer would be just too much. But, here in Illinois it's not legal in either case. Wanted to bring my 4 wheeler and RZR along when camping. Throw one in the bed of the pickup and the other behind the TT. But, no dice.
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