My new 2015 Prowler hauler trailer
I have decided to use my 16' 'trash' trailer (originally bought to shoot coyotes from while keeping myself safe from a pack attack) to haul my Prowler.
The basic trailer had 205/75-15 tires which I have replaced with 225/75-15 tires (with 2 spares). The base trailer did not have brakes. I have installed a new rear axle complete with Dexter electric brakes. The base trailer had minimum incandescent lighting. I have converted to LEDs adding extra lighting where I thought it will increase visibility.
Yesterday, I installed 6 3/8" "D" rings into the floor.
I still have to wire the lighting and brakes (converting the 4 wire harness to a 7 way harness).
With the barn door rear opening being 80-1/2" tall and 77" wide, I use my aluminum ramps and the Prowler slips right in without interference from the trailer door frame.
Here is a link to where I am at as of 03/31/2016:
Arctic Cat Trailer 2016 by Terry Fiene | Photobucket
Note #1: The interior dimensions are 83" tall to the bottom of the ceiling (80-1/2" at rear door opening) and 77" wide.
Note #2: Using this trailer vs. a flat bed trailer should prevent hail damage and keep folks from pilfering things or adjusting my lights etc. when parked away from home.
Note #3: As I get further along. I will add photos of the ramps and the Prowler being loaded and secured.
2009 Prowler XTZ 1000 Baja - ITP beadlock wheels, ITP Baja Cross X/D tires, 2" wheel spacers, harness bar, 5 point harnesses, custom doors, 4 Vision X LED lights, 2 PIAA lights, RAM mounts on roll bar and dash, military truck mirrors, polished aluminum rear frame brace, inside tube rear frame stiffeners, Mossy Oak camo pattern seats, custom front brush guard, parking brake 'on' alarm, Throttlemaxx controller, Uni pre-filter, and Mobil 1 4T M/C 10W-40 racing oil with K&N filter.
Last edited by Retired1; 03-31-2016 at 03:44 PM.