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Old 04-29-2013, 05:00 PM   #21
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Thanks, don,t want to void warranty. We camped next to an a liner ( that is why we bought an a frame)' anyways they had 2 bikes on the back of their trailer and drove it from s. Carolina to Florida... Sure wish it was possible on the back but seems not so will keep the bikes on the front open storage area of our 122BH. thanks!
You don't say what your TV is. But if it is rated for bumper towing, you can potentially add a short bike rack to the bumper, above the trailer hitch. As long as the bikes don't interfere with turning or over burden the rear axle of the truck.


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Old 04-29-2013, 05:15 PM   #22
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Jsusluvsyou - Altho I have the toy hauler deck on my A-frame, I still put my chairs inside the trailer, I dont want them exposed to wet weather or road dirt. I also carry my Bal Leveler and even my EZ Up folding canopy inside. I position the canopy in front of the fridge, as an extra precaution to help keep the fridge door closed during travel.

I also place my gym bag of clothes, dry food and other miscellaneous things inside. There is a lot of room in 12 feet of space to carry 'stuff'. I do put the cooler on the deck (when I take it) but the last 2 times I have been out, I left the cooler home. I noticed that when I am unloading after a trip, I still have a cooler full of stuff...turns out its extra weight after all. LOL Can always carry a small bag of ice cubes in a much smaller cooler, if one feels ice is neccessary.

My deck is for the bulky stuff - dog crates, generator, gas can, aquatainer and dirty or wet stuff from trip related activities or accidents. haha

You'll soon discover what you feel you need and what you actually use are not the same. Please share how it goes when you get your trailer!!

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Old 04-29-2013, 05:24 PM   #23
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Thanks for your response. Plan to take some pics. We are towing with a2013 Honda Odessey Minivan, my wife and I maybe our small dog... Not sure on that one yet. Your dogs travel well?

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