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Old 06-07-2016   #211
 
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Apologies. I butt-posted, and can't delete from my phone. However, the quote does make as much sense as the bottom 10% of buzz posts.

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Old 06-07-2016   #212
 
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Great point. No way a snowmobile trailer could handle a couple quads. You would need a quad trailer for that. If you like those "raft" trailers fine by me. Just stay out of the left lane and don't take 20 mins trying to back it up at the ramp.
My driveway requires backing a 180 to get the trailer down- usually can nail it the first try. I'm like the Greenwall of trailer backing, beyotch.

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Old 06-07-2016   #213
 
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Apologies. I butt-posted, and can't delete from my phone. However, the quote does make as much sense as the bottom 10% of buzz posts.
Your last post was more useful than this one. Anyway, getting back to osseous. Im not a fan of the majority of these raft specfic trailers. They have short tounges which make them much harder to back up and wag at highway speeds. Heavy and not practical for a two stack unless it's a town run. The donut tire is the biggest myth on the board and used to justify buying a overpriced raft trailer. I've never had a problem with them. Would buy again.
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Old 06-08-2016   #214
 
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There's no myth that smaller tires wear faster, ride harsher and put more strain on the bearings. If I'm towing across the empty west- that's a consideration.

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Old 06-08-2016   #215
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My driveway requires backing a 180 to get the trailer down- usually can nail it the first try. I'm like the Greenwall of trailer backing, beyotch.

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Does that mean that anytime you see anyone else backing a trailer you tell them how they are doing it wrong, that you are so much better than they are and that their trailer is shit and they should quit?

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Apologies. I butt-posted, and can't delete from my phone. However, the quote does make as much sense as the bottom 10% of buzz posts.
I liked your post. In their infinite wisdom the Buzz has given me the power to change such things but I kind of like it. I thought you were mocking greenquel.
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Old 06-08-2016   #216
 
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Of course! Then I tell them they're idiots if they don't buy a trailer from me.

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Old 06-08-2016   #217
 
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BB, you may not have had trouble with snowmobile trailers and tires but I have. I've owned two and got 1/10th of the tire life I get out of my 14" wheeled deckover. I don't love the deckover but I do like the bigger wheels and wouldn't go back to the mini-me tires if they were free. Way too many hours spent changing blowouts. Before you start thumping your chest, I can hold my own in the fast lane and backing down ramps. I doubt you'd ever pass me doing either.
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Old 06-08-2016   #218
 
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Yeah, I would love to get a new trailer eventually if not solely for getting away from my ST 20.5x8-10 mini tires. That 65 mph speed rating kills us as we almost always drive more than 5 hours to the put-in. I have seen too many nasty tire blow outs to exceed that speed range. I have no problem waving to the testosterone ragers that fly by me on the highway when I am safely in the right lane.

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Old 07-23-2016   #220
 
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Here is my newly rebuilt trailer. It has a 4' x 10' x 2' cargo area. The sideboards are 10' long and are 7'8'' wide. It used to have a mobile home axle under it, so I swapped it with new 5,000 lb springs and axle with surge brakes. I can carry two spare tires.



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