What are you going to use it for? Firewood, camping, ?
Well I plan on using it for land maint. for about 2 1/2 acres maybe 3 1/2 if I can cut a deal. The land is completely unimproved so it will be used for hauling stone, wood, debri. At the house now mulch, yard debree, just simple stuff like that. At the hunting camp (yep both will fit on my trailer) I can use it for fire wood, staging tree stands, hauling seed for food plots, feed for feeders etc. I can always find a use for a dump trailer no matter the size. For the money of this thing, I can beat the crap out of it and not feel so bad.I'm trying to find a link for another brand trailer. It's pretty slick. When it's unloaded you lift it up and it' hooks to your rack. This way you're not dragging an unloaded trailer back to camp. Nice if you're using it for work parties and hauling out material for trail maintenance.
It handled fine. I put the biggest atv in the middle to distribute the weight as evenly as possible. I hauled them all the way from NC to the St. Lawrence Seaway (northern border of NY) with no problems at all. Wasn't tippy around the corners or anything.grizzlywizard said:How doe the trailer behave with the 2X12's? I was considering this mod for my trailer. Doe the weight seem distributed properly?
You have my attention. Price? Picture? Where can I purchase?Star_rider_rick said:Here is a wagon we sell along with the Bosski ATV Wagon. I personally own a Bush Buggy and it doesn't get any better.Bush Buggies:
The all terrain Bush Buggy trailers are designed for tough use over rough terrain. This "go anywhere" trailer is the perfect match for your 4 wheel ATV. The bush buggy can haul anything from firewood to camping gear with ease. Ideal for clean up chores around your yard.
Features and specifications include:
* Steel box has a rear taper and tilts back for easy unloading.
* Big 22' x 11" knobby type tires with cast iron hubs and road quality bearings tackle unfriendly landscape with ease.
* Six tie down locations for securing loose loads.
* Re moveable tailgate.
* Full tabular tongue and l 7/8" ball coupler type hitch for smooth hauling (bolt on for easy replacement).
* Powder coat black finish.
* Designed for off road use only.
Sorry BW, I missed this post earlier.BusterW said:OK, here's a stupid question. With 2x12's that don't appear bolted down, how do you get the quads up onto the 2x12's. Clearly if you just put a ramp up to them, they seem like they would try to raise up on the opposite end and be dangerous on loading. I also don't see how a strap strapping basically straight up and down and having no angle to it would not prevent the quad from trying to move front to back, thus potentially coming off the side of the trailer. That's what makes me nervous.
This trailer sounds cool! Did you find the link? If so SHARE my man!I'm trying to find a link for another brand trailer. It's pretty slick. When it's unloaded you lift it up and it' hooks to your rack. This way you're not dragging an unloaded trailer back to camp. Nice if you're using it for work parties and hauling out material for trail maintenance.
I think he found the link. I thought it was somewhere in this post??? I also think I remember him saying that it wasn't in production anymore.This trailer sounds cool! Did you find the link? If so SHARE my man!