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    Default Quad bike ramps/trailer

    Hi

    I am in the process of getting a quad bike, Honda 420 Rancher, question is, do I get a trailer for the Quad, or ramps to drive it onto the back of my bakkie...( must still check if it will fit with the wheel arches)... Your advise would be appreciated..

    Buy or rent a trailer or
    Get ramps?

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    Default Re: Quad bike ramps/trailer

    Kry ramps en die Quad behoort oor die arches te pas

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    Default Re: Quad bike ramps/trailer

    We can help on either option, but we are based in Gauteng. A trailer would start around R11700 and ramps around R2000 to R3000 depending on length etc.

    My e mail address is [email protected] if you are interested.

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    Imho a trailer works best (tip up type). Always difficult to get quad on bakkie and wheel arches always a hassle. Any case once quad is on bakkie, you need a trailer for rest of your stuff, so may as well go for trailer right from start for quad. Quads, unless it is a toy, need lots of space, they tend to be wide and wheels take up lots of space, sometimes space in front and behind arches is not enough for wheels to fit
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    Default Re: Quad bike ramps/trailer

    Quote Originally Posted by julius caesar View Post
    Imho a trailer works best (tip up type). Always difficult to get quad on bakkie and wheel arches always a hassle. Any case once quad is on bakkie, you need a trailer for rest of your stuff, so may as well go for trailer right from start for quad. Quads, unless it is a toy, need lots of space, they tend to be wide and wheels take up lots of space, sometimes space in front and behind arches is not enough for wheels to fit
    Agreed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by julius caesar View Post
    Imho a trailer works best (tip up type). Always difficult to get quad on bakkie and wheel arches always a hassle. Any case once quad is on bakkie, you need a trailer for rest of your stuff, so may as well go for trailer right from start for quad. Quads, unless it is a toy, need lots of space, they tend to be wide and wheels take up lots of space, sometimes space in front and behind arches is not enough for wheels to fit
    Agree.
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