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Old 03-26-2011, 06:45 PM
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Who makes nice haulers/toters besides Renegade and Optima?

Can't be HUGE due to OVER LENGTH issues when hauling.

Thanks for suggestions.
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check www.racingjunk.com lots of toters there with different manufacturers..
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http://www.offshoreonly.com/classifi...o38787-en.html

this just showed up in the classifieds.

you buying something??
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Thanks for the tip on the racing site.


And...maybe...
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also check www.horsetrailerworld.com many diff vehicles.
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Wildside conversions but they make big honkin ones,,pony xpress makes smaller ones...

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Who makes nice haulers/toters besides Renegade and Optima?

Can't be HUGE due to OVER LENGTH issues when hauling.

Thanks for suggestions.
I know someone who is reliable in making that Renegade and Optima. Please pm me.
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Renegade is probably one of the nicer ones on the market. The key to theirs is that they use new trucks and then convert them. We had a 2005 Renegade Freightliner with a Mercedes engine and automatic trans which was a dream to drive. Turning radius was not that bad due to the fact the truck had a single rear axle. It had a 17ft box with a 14ft slide. We towed a 40ft Renegade Stacker Nascar cup style trailer with a liftgate on it. Of course if you are looking to save money you can go with a refurbished truck and have the conversion installed. Wildside and S&S build nice trucks as well. Hallmark, Optima, and Pony Express seem to be on the lower end of quality. If you want to spend all of the money Featherlite is the only way to go. Renegade is probably the best bang for the buck. All of the manufactures build trucks from mild to wild and all in between. You can have a box added to just about any truck, F-650. Kodiak, Freightliner M2, or any brand of tractor. Hope this helps.

Racingjunk is definitely a good site to research your options on.

http://www.renegadedirect.com/
http://www.wildsidellc.com/products_overview.html


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NRC conversions builds nice trucks as well.
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