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Versa-Haul ATV Carrier, Trailer Alternative-with pics!

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This is an alternative to a trailer for hauling your ATV around. ( it can also be used to carry a golf cart or riding lawn mower) With gas prices up, I bought this so I would save money on not pulling a trailer. It slides into your class 3 or class 4 trailer hitch. It is really easy to load the wheeler, much easier than in the bed of the truck. The width of the carrier adjusts to fit different size ATV's. I will post what Versa-Haul writes about them below. This one comes with the storable ramps and trailer light kit. The whole package sells for $800 with shipping. It has only been used a few times. I thought I would use it more but work has sadly cut into my ice fishing time. I am selling it for $200. Please check out all the info at www dott discountramps dott com backslash atv_carrier dott htm

The ATV carrier is located in Winona MN. I travel from Winona to Walker occasionally, so if we can meet up between there, that would work.

Wade

320-309-2944 for questions

Want to haul your ATV but don't want the problems of pulling a trailer, well the Versa-Haul is the ultimate solution. The Versa-Haul is a ATV carrier, which mounts using your vehicle's class 3 or 4 two-inch receiver. Simply roll your quad up the carrier's ramps and use straps to secure. The optional ramp stores right on the carrier. Your ATV or 4 wheeler rides safely behind your vehicle. Light duty suspension systems may require air shocks or helper springs to avoid rear end sag from the heavy load on the rear of the vehicle.

Features:

Fits any class III hitch

Powder coat finish

Easily stores away

Boxed for UPS shipping

700 lb. carrying capacity

What's included:

Two 10 inch x 71.5 inch carrier tracks

2 inch x 2 inch x 57.5 inch holding shaft

Two rail stops

One loading ramp kit (RO model only)

Two reflectors

Anti-tilt locking device

The VH-90 carrier is designed to safely carry 700 lbs. Most Class III hitches are rated for 500 lbs. Most Class IV hitches are rated for 700-1000 lbs. Your hauling weight may be limited by your vehicle's capacity to carry a load.

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I may be interested, I need to check on something and I will get back to you tonight. I have been thinking about getting rid of my old rusty snowmobile trailer and this looks like a good option.

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I'll take it,

how can I get a hold of you

Nick,

218 269 5626

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right now sale is pending. i will post if it is sold or not.

thanks

wade

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I do not have a class 3 or 4 hitch on my truck. I will have to pass.

Thanks.

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Just an update, the person that was going to buy the hauler did not come and pick it up so I wanted to let anyone know who was interested, it is back up for sale. let me know if you have any questions.

thanks

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I am very interested, but a long ways away. When will you be heading to Walker again? I could probably meet you there.

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i will be heading up there on the 26th of december. give me a call if you would like to work out details.

thanks

wade

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Kurt, you called about the atv carrier yesterday but did not leave a return phone number. give me a call and i can answer your questions.

thanks

wade

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Wade, you have voicemail.

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sale is pending again

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I'll be there Wade. Looking forward to meeting you. If the fishin is slow where you are on the 12'th , I should be at Zipple Bay. Give me a call and feel free to stop for a cold one and do some fishin in my house.

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Item is sold. Thanks Kurt! good luck on lake of the woods!

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Thank you, looks like it will work great for me. Fishin was pretty good on Fri Afternoon and Sat. Sunday was terrible, but thats fishin. We were in 18 ft. most fish came on a rattling pink glow jig with 1/2 frozen shiiner.

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