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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 08-13-2008, 04:32 AM Thread Starter
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Cool UTV Hauler

Found this hauler on Craigs... pretty sweet set up. Custom Nissan Titan UTV Hauler - Must see!!!!
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thats pretty cool, go buy it!!

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Found this hauler on Craigs... pretty sweet set up. Custom Nissan Titan UTV Hauler - Must see!!!!
That does look pretty sweet. Especially if you could get a long travel in there.

The only problem I see is the amount of weight behind the rear axle.
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i was gonna say, doesnt look like LT will fit in there!!!

dont buy my video. it sucks anyway!!!!
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I think maybe thats why its for sale
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That does look pretty sweet. Especially if you could get a long travel in there.

The only problem I see is the amount of weight behind the rear axle.
I noticed that too, probably does some kickass wheelies though!
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But you could be to Glamis or Pismo in a hurry
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Whats that gadget in your receiver? Send more pix of that. I did the "back of the truck" deal for local spots for the last year and just picked up a 6.5x12 ft utility trailer for convenience, but I like that contraption you have to relieve the weight.
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Whats that gadget in your receiver? Send more pix of that. I did the "back of the truck" deal for local spots for the last year and just picked up a 6.5x12 ft utility trailer for convenience, but I like that contraption you have to relieve the weight.
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It's called a "Gate Saver". I don't even own a trailer. I haul my rhino to the river 230 miles. The first time I hauled my rhino on my tail gate it did some damage. Bert's (dealership) loaded it in the back of my truck with a forklift and said "It would be fine they do it all the time"

It cost me $450 I got the first one they made. If your interested give them a call and tell them you talked to John they should give you the same deal. So far I love the thing it makes taking my rhino or anything else around a lot easier.
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