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auburn buck
09-29-2009, 12:13 PM
Anyone have any experience or suggestions on models of light weight toy haulers? Looking to tow behind my Tahoe.

SkiDog
09-29-2009, 12:19 PM
Anyone have any experience or suggestions on models of light weight toy haulers? Looking to tow behind my Tahoe.

What are you hawling? This might help with an answer.:confused:

auburn buck
09-29-2009, 12:22 PM
Couple of kids quads, one adult quad and a CRF 250...

ski_king
09-29-2009, 12:51 PM
Here you go, only $43K!!
http://www.travelandusa.com/familyrv/Specials/0608/2009-thor-vortex-395tib.jpg

Oh, wait, you said light weight....

I am about ready to pickup a 6 x 12 lawncare trailer. I have been looking at Lowes and Home Depot as well as a couple of other places.

bigmac
09-29-2009, 01:02 PM
Haulmark (http://www.haulmark.com/bumper-pull_cargo-trailer/)makes a very durable rig. If you use it a lot, it's worth it over the cheapie models you can get at Home Depot. I have a cheapo Pace utility trailer. VERY useful, but not as well-made as the Haulmarks.

Forrest-X45
09-29-2009, 05:47 PM
Anyone have any experience or suggestions on models of light weight toy haulers? Looking to tow behind my Tahoe.

Check out anything built by Forest River. They build really good stuff and they are one of the few remaining well run RV MFG's. So they are not going to go under anytime soon like the rest of RV industry. It's what I would most likey purchase if I was in the market.

http://www.forestriverinc.com/nd/default22.asp?page=toyhaulers&nav=rec

Jayco would be another good option as well.

Lucky
09-29-2009, 10:44 PM
Check out Legend aluminum enclosed trailers. I have a 7x19 (to the point in the V nose) with a drop down door, tandem axle, about 6.5 ft. interior height and it weighs in at about 2000 pounds. Lower cost than most V-nose but not as plushy. Attached is a picture with my van.

Bob
1988 TriStar