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Wanted to see what you guys thought about this? Built this trailer a while back and am in process of producing it. It rides surprisingly smooth and is quite stable.

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Looks good, you may want to check with various state regulations on having passengers in a trailer, of an off road vehicle. Proper harnesses, weight, etc. This is ofcourse if you plan on selling these to the public and want to avoid a lawsuit if something should happen. Just a suggestion. :)

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Wanted to see what you guys thought about this? Built this trailer a while back and am in process of producing it. It rides surprisingly smooth and is quite stable.

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That looks really neat, I could pull it behind my RZR and have two more people and more storage area when needed.

Being for off road use I am not sure what the legal ramifications would be.

Just put a warning sticker like other off road vehicles have.

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