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jason_rving
11-25-2008, 01:38 PM
Just wondering if anyone else is going to the Fort from the Atlanta area and will also be there in late Dec through New Year's.

We have a Fifth wheel so we can't tow our Golf Cart. If you have room on your trailer for an additional Golf Cart I'll pay you. It could off set your gas money! Message me if you can help. Thanks,

jason_rving
12-03-2008, 10:12 AM
Someone from North Atlanta must have some extra room on their trailer.....

Shan-man
12-03-2008, 11:35 AM
I can't help you, but I didn't want you to think everyone is just ignoring you :)

stacktester
12-03-2008, 11:49 AM
Just wondering if anyone else is going to the Fort from the Atlanta area and will also be there in late Dec through New Year's.

We have a Fifth wheel so we can't tow our Golf Cart. If you have room on your trailer for an additional Golf Cart I'll pay you. It could off set your gas money! Message me if you can help. Thanks,

I have an idea. Buy my 2008 Keystone Cougar 310SRX 5th wheel with a garage for a golf cart lol. I'm just kidding, but I am thinking of downsizing. It works really well to carry camping gear and a golf cart though.

jason_rving
12-03-2008, 12:25 PM
I have an idea. Buy my 2008 Keystone Cougar 310SRX 5th wheel with a garage for a golf cart lol. I'm just kidding, but I am thinking of downsizing. It works really well to carry camping gear and a golf cart though.

I have another great idea, you could drive up hear and camp in North Georgia for a few days and swing by my house and pick up the Golf cart in your Cougar on your way back down. Then you could bring it back after the first of the year! Gas is cheap right now too, doesn't that sound like a great plan??!

stacktester
12-03-2008, 01:01 PM
I have another great idea, you could drive up hear and camp in North Georgia for a few days and swing by my house and pick up the Golf cart in your Cougar on your way back down. Then you could bring it back after the first of the year! Gas is cheap right now too, doesn't that sound like a great plan??!

Have you thought about having a platform mounted to your camper Jason? I've been where you're at trying to get 4 wheelers to a place in N. GA and didn't have the room. I have a lot of links if you're interested in seing options out there.

jason_rving
12-05-2008, 12:00 PM
Have you thought about having a platform mounted to your camper Jason? I've been where you're at trying to get 4 wheelers to a place in N. GA and didn't have the room. I have a lot of links if you're interested in seing options out there.

Yes, thought about it and have seen pictures on the Golf Cart sites. I think it might put too much stress on my frame and would overload the axles of my Cedar Creek. I replaced the axles last year as they were from the bad AlKO batch. In doing my homework on the replacements I now know what the ratings are and mean and I think a 700lb golf cart along with the fiver loaded for the Fort would overload them.

Tigger1966
12-07-2008, 06:03 PM
I would not advise installing anything on the rear of your unit. I have seen these type of rear hang on carriers break the framework and crack the body on even large 5th wheel campers. That's a lot of weight bouncing back there. Had a Challenger 5th wheel came through the shop with a rack on the back that had a crack from the slide room opening to the roof opening up about 1/4 inch from the flexing.