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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-13-2009, 07:22 AM Thread Starter
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What is the smallest trailer for Prowler XTZ1000?

I am picking up my prowler next weekend and I want to get a trailer but I don't want something too big. I have a 4x8 trailer now but i know i need something bigger. Was looking at a 5x8 or 5x10?

If 5ft wide enough if its a flat-bed trailer? And I know the length is almost 10 ft to the end of the bed of prowler but to the wheels in back it has to be like 8 ft something right? Thanks
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-13-2009, 09:30 AM
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I would go with the 10'. I had my XTZ in the bed of a 8' truck with tailgate down. It berly fit.
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ok 10 ft length - what about the width though? can i get away with a 5 ft width trailer?
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Ya I think until you put wheel spacers or wider tires or longtravel kit. I would go with a 6' wide the price is about the same.
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I have a 7 x 12 and it seems to be about the perfect size to fit the Cat and some extras. If you can get one that will allow you to run an extra 4" to accomodate wheel spacers that would be great. The best thing to do to avoid buying a larger one later would be to get one that is 6' inside by 10' long and that will take care of long travel if you decide to add that. I know one of our members Split had a narrow trailer and had to get rid of it because he added wheel spacers. Send him a pm for advice if you would like.

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ok guys - thanks - 6x10 is what ill will get! Ill probably get spacers right away
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Good choice. Be sure to measure the inside width between the side rails when you are choosing your trailer.

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I am picking up my prowler next weekend and I want to get a trailer but I don't want something too big. I have a 4x8 trailer now but i know i need something bigger. Was looking at a 5x8 or 5x10?

If 5ft wide enough if its a flat-bed trailer? And I know the length is almost 10 ft to the end of the bed of prowler but to the wheels in back it has to be like 8 ft something right? Thanks
I have a 5 ft 6 inch wide and 10 feet long and its perfect

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I have a 5'x14' low boy style trailer I originally bought to haul 2 4wheelers. The spec sheet on the XTZ said 61.5" wide so I thought I would have to buy a new trailer. Turns out the 61.5" is higher up on the machine and the wheels will fit perfectly in a 5' wide trailer.
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