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Join Date: Sep 2004
Location: Bradford County
Beings as you are taking it into camp, just watch the ground clearance in the back if you have uneven ground to go over.
Enclosed trailers are usually low to the ground, and could cause some issue in certain areas. The longer they are, the lower the back will go over certain humps, or low spots.
For just a side x side and misc small gear, 7000 gvw should be fine.
Also, a V nose can be wasted space, but I have seen people put shelves there to make it more useful.
A side door can make the things stored in front accessible without having to remove the UTV or crawl over it.
Installing the right side door that opens from inside or out, and some lights, could make the trailer a extra bunk house should you get a big crowd some weekend. Possible flip down bunks off the side walls ?
Your never to old to learn something stupid