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ATV trailer

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I need to purchase a trailer for my new ATV. I would like a trailer large enough for the ATV, Yukon fish house, etc. I will be trailering to LOW & URL. What are the opinion's of differnt types of trailers??

Thanks, i appreciate it.

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I picked up a 2 place aluminum tilt snowmobile trailer and it works perfect. Good sized, won't rust, reasonably priced and you can easily fit the ATV and Yukon on the trailer.

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I'd go with a 2 place snowmobile trailer too.

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I have a somewhat similar setup. I think my fish house model is the guide. I bought a snowmobile trailer and returned it for a bear track 5 X 8 trailer. The snowmobile trailer wouldn't fit through the door in my 3rd garage stall so I had to jockey it around from the big door or leave it outside.

You can't beat a snowmobile trailer for the money but I found my smaller one is more functional for me. I think with walls I paid about 250 or so more for the whole setup and I haul the fish house in the back of the truck. Plus the back gate lowers down as a ramp for the four wheeler and works a little easier than tilting the trailer. Oh and the walls are great for strapping stuff down. There are some corner braces welded on as well for anchoring the four wheeler.

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Would a tilt be better, or a drive-on/drive off ramp style? I am looking at buying one, too. I also have a snomobile that I would haul occasionally. I would prob. haul the atv more often. I am looking for pro's and con's of each.

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