Has anyone seen what the approach angle for the SS will be? I am just wondering if it will be able to go up the ramp into my toy hauler without scraping the nose on the way up.
It has 5" of ground clearance, so it should do fine in most enclosed trailer type toy haulers. If yours is one of the RV style with the real high floors, it might need some ramp extensions. The break over angle might get you if the ramp is too steep. I've seen motorcycles get caught on the lower frame trying to get in some of those.
Heheh... yeah, that was Polaris's solution to loading and unloading. Two for the side tires, and right when you are ready for the rear, you take the two boards and slide them together and roll up the rear tire next.You can always put a couple 2x4's down to help get it on the ramp and lift the nose of the trailer to decrease the angle.
The unenclosed trailers are really the best because whether you drive it on or roll it, you might need the extra space to get out! For rolling it on, you'll want one person manning each tire and the steering wheel, and that seems like the best method for cautiously getting it situated on a trailer.Kip, do you think it will slide into a 7x14 enclosed, low to the ground, with a rear ramp door without to much difficulty?
Yep. I'll have to see what kind of clearance I have for the wheel straps when it arrives.@NDV posted this here in the forums - http://www.slingshotforums.com/threads/ss-hauling-trailer-ideas.337/
This is how Polaris is doing it,
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Hey Rabtech, that's a pretty slick setup. What is the price range for something like that?
What kind of rig are you pulling it with?