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Unread 08-14-2012, 06:54 AM   #1
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Default Trailering an EZGO behind motorhome.

I am going to start trailering my new RXV behind my motorhome and was wondering if there is a cover thats approved for trailering? I dont want to have to was it everytime I arrive at camp before using it. I figure the cheap covers would just shred to pieces after an hour of driving.

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Unread 08-14-2012, 06:59 AM   #2
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id go with a standard cover. ($50)
Your motorhome is quite tall and should block most of the air from taking the cover off the cart.
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I didnt know if a regular cover may tear at the seams due to the buffeting of the wind. Granted the wind behind the unit is less than out in the open but you do still get a strong wind.
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Default Re: Trailering an EZGO behind motorhome.

I wash my cart before I leave and unless I get in a bad storm on the way I don't have to wash it when I get there. I do have to wash it a couple times while I am there because of all the sand from trail riding.
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Unread 08-14-2012, 10:48 AM   #5
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Do you tow with a large motorhome? The motorhome basicly creates a large vacuum that circulates dust and dirt, if I dont cover my bikes they will also have to be cleaned prior to using them.
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I didnt know if a regular cover may tear at the seams due to the buffeting of the wind. Granted the wind behind the unit is less than out in the open but you do still get a strong wind.
very true. i suppose it depends how far you will be traveling. id consider making one yourself. pretty much a simple box but use some heavy duty fabric and triple stitch the seams and hems
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Just have the wife clean it. Problem solved
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Just have the wife clean it. Problem solved
i wish it worked like that. i mumble those words and ill have plenty of time alone to clean it myself lol
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Do you tow with a large motorhome? The motorhome basicly creates a large vacuum that circulates dust and dirt, if I dont cover my bikes they will also have to be cleaned prior to using them.
Theres a reason its called camping and a little dirt is to be expected. but like I said I dont have to do a thing to the cart when I get there. It gets more dirt and dust from me using it then towing it.

I have a 33 foot Newmar and it is rather large. 2 slide outs and a big V8.
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Unread 08-15-2012, 02:44 PM   #10
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Default Re: Trailering an EZGO behind motorhome.

Thats the info I was l was hoping for. We recently graded from a 5th wheel to a 35' forest river with a Ford v10 and are looking forwatd to using it. I was very dissapointed to find out there wasnt many golf cart friendly campgrounds. Oh well I may have just bought the kids a toy to use around the house. Thanks for the replies.
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