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ATV trailer?

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Okay folks need some info on where to buy a trailer that can haul 2 wheelers one in front of the other. About 3000# GVW, steel or alum with a ramp in the back.Thanks

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Check them out they seem to have good prices. I would go with aluminum if it is in your budget.

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I went with Aluma. 5 year warranty. I bought a Model 6310H trailer flat bed because that is all I needed. Go to there site and they have several models.

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Roadway Sport and Trailer in St.Joseph. Mike will take good care of you.

This is the trailer I bought and added a permanent fold down rear ramp. It trailers very nicely with either 2 wheelers or a wheeler and and a fish house. I have used it to haul 2 sportsman 500's. I paid $1350

Newman's (1U412AR-1I) 4’ x 14’ 2-Place In-Line ATV Trailer

• Useable bed dimension: 51” wide x 14’ long

• Maintenance-free all aluminum construction

• Removable front and rear racks convert to rear

loading ramp

• Sealed insert lighting with molded harness

• 2200# Dexter torsion axle with EZ Lube hubs

• 2-inch ball coupler with coated safety cables and

S-hook safety latches

• Standard B78 x 13” tires

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Somethingfishy, what did that run. I would like to also purchase something like that two quads or one with My Voyager attached.

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I sure wish I hadn't bought that 2 place aluminum trailer last year. I didn't pay much less than that and I would much rather have them one in front of the other than side by side. It would be much easier to haul a house like that also.

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For comparision, mine is an Aluma 6314 (63" wide, 14'long) with a bifold rear ramp, all aluminum deck, aluminum wheels and 14" radials was $1960.00. I wouldn't trade it for anything except maybe a 16' foot model. wink.gif

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I just drove 600+ (I'm in New York now) miles with my Aluma in tow and it pulled like a dream. I had a steel trailer last year and what a difference. Very happy with my purchase. grin.gif

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Bob, glad to hear you enjoy the aluminum trailer, but I have to ask what are you doing over in New York? Let me guess.........tournament??? wink.gif

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Yes, you are right. Had a few machines go through (not mine) today so I think it will be a walking event. mad.gif

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