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has anybody loaded up a rhino into the bed of a crew cab titan before??
 

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damn...what size trailer should i look for then?
 

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like a 5'x10' or something close to that
 

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Get a at least a 77"x10 or 12' in case you ever get long travel, bumpers etc.
Yeah with a rear bumper I dont think 10' will work .... go with 12' just in case ...
 

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damn..im going to have to check them out and get external dimmensions...i only have an 8 foot gate on the side of my house...there is room for a larger gate though
 

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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.

Oh no never happen to MEEEEEE
 

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what do you mean by hight box? im new to anything offroad..im actually going to pick up my rhino today at 6
 

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im new to anything offroad..im actually going to pick up my rhino today at 6
you live in az? i'll show you how to drive on :D my bad on saying 5'x10', you do need it to be a bit bigger then that.
 

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jesus...you fit it in a tacoma?? pics??
 
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