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Thread: Smallest trailer size for old bravo and tundra?

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    Default Smallest trailer size for old bravo and tundra?

    I don't know if this is the right section.

    I need to keep a very light load and was wondering the smallest trailer size for a 1992 tundra and a Bravo. I would measure but I am not in town and I need to see if i can buy a trailer. I looked up dimensions of bravo I think its 117"L x 37"W and I'm sure the Tundra is the same.

    If I put on in the truck and one on the trailer, I think I still need a 6x10. There's a 5x8 that's a great deal but that will be a little too short.

    I am trying to get the smallest trailer possible to tow with my 4 cyl ranger.

    Thanks

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    Honestly you will be better off with a 8x10 dual place aluminum trailer for both your sleds and leave the bed for your gear or whatever. Your Ranger will tow that two place just as well as a single place with one sled on the trailer and one in your truck bed. A two place aluminum trailer weighs next to nothing and the majority of them tow well.

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    I dragged around a 01 RMK with a 151 inch track on a 4X8 trailer for a while. The track hung off the back but it didn't seem to care.

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    Thanks. Looks like an aluminum 7x10 might not be much more

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    Think resale. If you ever have to sell a snowmachine trailer, it needs to haul at least 2 machines and be long enough for longtracks to sell well and quickly.

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