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I cannot say too much yet about this trailer since I just got it. I can say that I looked around ALOT and this trailer is unique in that it is the smallest trailer out there that can carry 2 full size ATV's. It is very light at under 400lbs and is very well made. It unfortunately bounces around quite a bit when unloaded. It also has a high 17" tongue height which is bad for my car that pulls it but should be perfect if you have a truck. It was very reasonably priced for an all aluminum trailer at $1500 out the door with tax, title, license. You can load from the back or either sied and can unload by just driving off the other side (sweeeeet)! Let me know if you have any other questions.



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how are the ramps mounted on there?

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What size are the tires and the platform?

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10 inch wheels, a bit on the small side, but it keeps it low.:2cent:

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What size are the tires and the platform?
The outside diameter of the tires are ~20" and the useable deck space is ~85" x 88" long.

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The ramps have 2 square pieces of tubing welded on one one side that fit into holes on the side or back and then are pinned in place.

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10 inch wheels, a bit on the small side, but it keeps it low.:2cent:
I agree they are smaller than I would like but I could not find any other 2 place atv trailer that was this small. Everything else had wheels on the side and was way too wide or too long in order to work for me. Heck it fits 2 atv on the trailer sideways through my single garage door, barely, but it fits

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That trailer is very similar to my Triton ATV88. When I was buying mine I asked the salesman if the tires had a speed limit on them being sosmall. He said no. A lot of my driving is in the 65-75, even 80 mph. No problems yet. :dan:

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That trailer is very similar to my Triton ATV88. When I was buying mine I asked the salesman if the tires had a speed limit on them being sosmall. He said no. A lot of my driving is in the 65-75, even 80 mph. No problems yet. :dan:




Good to know, thanks. Tire technology has come along way, I don't forsee any issues.

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I have a can am outlander max xt 500... will a outlander max fit on sideways? I also have a trx300fw that I would like to use too. I am also looking for a trailer that can fit in my garage.
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