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    Default Two Sleds in a Toy Hauler???

    Can you get two sleds in a smaller toy hauler (RV type)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by b5beauty View Post
    Can you get two sleds in a smaller toy hauler (RV type)?
    I"ve seen it done but what about the snow melting? Do you have a way to keep the water from going every where?

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    x2 on the water. we had a toyhauler when we started sledding. used it twice for the sleds and quickley learned to find something else. we used a ton of towels and a very thick tarp to try and control the water and you'll need covers for the bottom of your ski's or the carbides will rip up the floor.

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    I've had one in the past. I wouldn't recommend it. Even with towels, fans and tilting the trailer back with the door open water found it's way to the wood. .02
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    And unless you pull the sleds off to start 'em, the smell of 2-stroke smoke gets into everything. For some, that's not such a big deal...

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    Quote Originally Posted by waxer49 View Post
    I"ve seen it done but what about the snow melting? Do you have a way to keep the water from going every where?
    I thought they had drains in the floors?

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    Quote Originally Posted by b5beauty View Post
    I thought they had drains in the floors?
    Water likes to go every where when snow melts from all over the sled I don't think drains would handle it before the water flowed all over because the floors aren't designed that way. Now if someone made a rubber mat that had a lip in front & on the sides it might work ? Just know that everyone I talked to that tried it had the water issue Maybe there is a way? It's a good idea if it worked!!!!!!! Just my .02
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    Travel trailer and a sled deck, cheaper and easier. Make sure trailer has a decent length tongue.

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    Hey Moon; I didn't know you had a Ferrari too. (Is that a Ferrari or a new Vette?)
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    Ya, but matchbox cars don't count

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCDan View Post
    Ya, but matchbox cars don't count
    LMAO!!!! Hey even if it's a matchbox - he has one! =)

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    Yeah....

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    Quote Originally Posted by b5beauty View Post
    Can you get two sleds in a smaller toy hauler (RV type)?
    We have hauled our sleds in our toy hauler a couple of times. We took the time to brush as much snow out of the track as we could and then had rubber backed deep rugs under the track. We had absolutely no water issues. You just have to take the time to get as much snow off as possible, use the right rugs under the tracks, and build a dam so to speak out of towels to keep any water from running under cabinets etc. The times we did do it, water was contained very well.

    We had a sled deck and the toy hauler at the time, and our toy hauler pulls better with weight in the cargo area. So that is why we opted to haul the sleds in the toy hauler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tedd View Post
    We have hauled our sleds in our toy hauler a couple of times. We took the time to brush as much snow out of the track as we could and then had rubber backed deep rugs under the track. We had absolutely no water issues. You just have to take the time to get as much snow off as possible, use the right rugs under the tracks, and build a dam so to speak out of towels to keep any water from running under cabinets etc. The times we did do it, water was contained very well.

    We had a sled deck and the toy hauler at the time, and our toy hauler pulls better with weight in the cargo area. So that is why we opted to haul the sleds in the toy hauler.
    I"m just thinking here in the future. I would really like to sled, then have somewhere to kick it for the night, and turn around and do it all over again. Certainly would get too expensive to stay at hotel/cabins! =)

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    Have the inside of the toy hauler rhino lined and it works! Just spendy!

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