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Old 05-09-2013, 06:28 AM   #1
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Smallest TH that will hold 2 RZR side by sides

OK guys I know nothing about toy haulers. I already have a nice 5th wheel. However, I have a friend that is looking at toy haulers to put 2 polaris rzr side by side 4 wheelers in. He has a 2008 2500HD Duramax ccsb 4x4. It looks like all the ones that have a big garage are separated, which means 40+ feet in length. Are their any smaller units that are all open inside and can hold 2 rzr's? He would prefer a 5th wheel for easy towing.
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Old 05-09-2013, 07:39 AM   #2
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Yeah 40' plus is what he's looking to do.
And no 3/4 ton srw truck is going to handle that weight. Imo
A trailer that size is one ton dually territory if not bigger! F450 or 550
Look at the xlr thunderbolts
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We were thinking maybe a 26-30' gooseneck enclosed car hauler. Then buy an old TT and strip out all the goodies and put it inside the new trailer. That is the only thing we could think of.
He does not want to go past 35'
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Old 05-09-2013, 07:50 AM   #4
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We were thinking maybe a 26-30' gooseneck enclosed car hauler. Then buy an old TT and strip out all the goodies and put it inside the new trailer. That is the only thing we could think of.
He does not want to go past 35'
Correct me if I'm wrong but allowing for space in back , in between and in front of razors are you not looking at 25' plus?
2 passengers are 10'
4 passenger Razors are like 12' each "
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Old 05-09-2013, 09:15 AM   #5
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Yep he needs 19.5' of garage
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So 5 or 10 foot of living area isn't going to happen. ....

If he wants to take them kind of toys he's going to have to suck it up and go big in order to have ANY kind of room for living area.

Or take one razor in the th and one on a trailer behind another vehicle.

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Get the Toy Hauler just big enough to haul one RZR, then put the other one on a trailer and pull doubles.

Or, get a bumper pull, and put the other one on top of the truck bed....
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Get the Toy Hauler just big enough to haul one RZR, then put the other one on a trailer and pull doubles.

Or, get a bumper pull, and put the other one on top of the truck bed....
Assuming its legal in his state to do so.
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I'm not sure on the width of the RZR, but I have a Wolfpack 27WP and I haul a Can Am Spyder and a full dressed motorcycle nose to tail. We just unload them when we camp.
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There are some bumper pull models that have a more open floorplan instead of a separate garage which might allow the Razrs to be move more forward throughout the living area. This would allow a shorter rig but the Razrs would have to be removed before camping. Just a thought.
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