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Old 05-10-2019, 09:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Okay how do I load this [email protected]#K$% Forest River 7x25' trailer.

I just bought this 2014 Forest River 7 X 25' Aluminum enclosed inline trailer. So how do I load this trailer with four sleds?

Mainly it will be used as a three place trailer.

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Depending to the length of the sleds, but more than likely I would drive the first sled in from the from just enough to swing the tail end in the V. Next sled drive in from the rear and close to first sled. The next sled I would drive in from the rear, last sled I'd back in from the rear.
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The sleds in question would be 1 144" 2 129" 1 136" 2 121" and 2 137" any combination of these sleds to fill the four spots.
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Is that 21' plus a 4' V? My buddy has one like that and he loads as stated above
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Is that 21' plus a 4' V? My buddy has one like that and he loads as stated above
Very good question, I will ask but they said they could run four 137' Cat's in the box with room to spare. It was owned by a Cat dealer and I pick it up in June.
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Very good question, I will ask but they said they could run four 137' Cat's in the box with room to spare. It was owned by a Cat dealer and I pick it up in June.
Were they pre-melted?
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Were they pre-melted?


Did you see it has the finished walls, I wonder if I can fish wires in the walls to put more LED lights on and in the trailer?
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It's hard to tell from the photo. If it's a 24' +5 V which is a 29' trailer I could see four 137's being driven straight in no problem with room to spare. If it's a 18 or 19 plus five and only 7' wide you are going to have to load as already described by backing the fourth sled in. If you normally trailer 3 sleds it should not be an issue and you can just drive them in. I always load my sleds from the front.
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I just bought this 2014 Forest River 7 X 25' Aluminum enclosed inline trailer. So how do I load this trailer with four sleds?

Mainly it will be used as a three place trailer.


If like you said will mainly be used for 3 sleigh's you should be able to drive all 3 in from the rear.
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