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7x12 enclosed inline snowmobile trailer?

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Has anyone ever used one this size and if so can it fit two newer 136" track sleds (like two AC Crossfires)?

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doubt it takes 8' wide trailers to sit two beside each other and I'm pretty sure two sleds lengths is longer than 12' jusat my guess. I have a normal 8x8 and a regular length sled that just fits (for length) and you have long tracks pretty sure its to short!

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I get that, I guess I should have said a staggered trailer. So you put one in on the left and then drive the other one in on the right and the sleds end up being like 3-4' longer in total length than if they were side by side. If you googled it they might call this trailer a 7x17 inline since there is a 5' v nose.

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You could try staggering one forward and one backwards in your garage and then measuring. It will be tight for sure!

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I've only had experince with side by sides. But here's my 2 cents.

That sounds tight to me, I had a 8x10 enclosed and it was a pain with 2 newer sleds. I wouldn't go smaller than 8.5x10 knowing what I know now. Especailly with an enclosed, it makes it even harder loading and securing.

And keep in mind there is a difference in -2 sleds CAN fit on the trailer- and being able to comfortably and easily load 2 sleds on a dark cold night after riding all day.

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