You MUST have a trailer about 2 feet longer than the rhino - so that the straps are not at an extreme angle. Rhinos are heavy and a sudden stop or whoops can rip out all 4 tie down ratchets and a charging rhino is an ugly sight. Also , your trailer shouldnt have a high box cause it will get damaged if the beast gets loose. This happened to me - ripped 3 of 4 right out. Also, putting one in a pickup runs the high risk of it going forward into the cab and causing body damage. Also makes the truck rollover prone in case you swerve.
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