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Old 04-02-2013, 06:03 AM
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golf cart ?

Has anyone ever hauled their golf cart in the bed of their truck while pulling a camper? One of the guys we go camping with has a short bed 06 f350 and puts it in the bed while pulling a KZ spree(30 or so ft).. Id rather just attach a hitch to the rear of my trailer for my little 10ft trailer but I was told the frame of the trailer was to weak for it. Im sure payload comes into play.

Heres my set up now.


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you would have to check with your state on the doubles laws. most require the first trailer to be a goose or 5th and you need to get a permit.
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We own an rv park, and the only thing I can tell ya if you stay at parks at least...your gonna need some where to put the extra trailer....might make it easy when driving down the road, but not all rv parks have a place for extra trailers.....we always have problems like this cause of a motorcycle rallies.....everyone has an extra trailer for their bikes, and we just run out of run
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We own an rv park, and the only thing I can tell ya if you stay at parks at least...your gonna need some where to put the extra trailer....might make it easy when driving down the road, but not all rv parks have a place for extra trailers.....we always have problems like this cause of a motorcycle rallies.....everyone has an extra trailer for their bikes, and we just run out of run
That was one issue I was thinking about along with the whole rear hitch idea. Ill probably just throw it in the back of the truck for now.
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It depends on where your hitch is set up for pulling double or even just a cargo rack.
If it goes to the frame and it's a big hitch, you're set. But just to bumper? Forget it.
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Yeah either put it in the bed or don't do it. Two trailers is a pain in the ***.


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