Hitch ball size: 2 5/16" (same as most base camp trailers)
Check height of SpeedRail® rig before driving into trailer
Please back Mule into trailer and strap bow and stern for transport
Trailer requires 2 5/16" ball (same as star trailers). Trailer hitch draw bars are included. Adapter to U-Haul 2" ball shown here.
Box is 20' long, provide add'l space for ramp door
10' U-Haul truck
Mule inside trailer
2 5/16" ball, weight-distributing hitch is included, but is NOT required to tow the trailer.
Towed by pick-up truck with weight-distributing hitch
Ramp door Memorial Drive Boston
Towed by High Output Grip Truck
Towed by H.O. Grip Truck
Use a drop-down hitch that allows trailer to travel level to road
Uses RV style wiring connector for brake lights, etc
How the trailer is wired...
and how your truck should be wired.
U-Haul 6'x12' trailer with ramp/gate... but...
Think of this as a last resort for transporting Mule to set.
Not recommended, but the Mule alone will just barely fit into this rental trailer from U-Haul. Although this trailer bed is 6' wide, the ramp/gate is only 57" wide which leaves only fractions of clearance for the Mule when entering or exiting the gate. In fact, in order to squeeze through, the rear fenders must be unbolted from the Mule.
Another problem is that there's no room for any Mule accessories in the 6x12 trailer, and there isn't enough clearance to pre rig any SpeedRail to the Mule.
Mule in a U-Haul open-bed trailer
This is useful if the speedrail rig you’ve built is TOO tall to fit the Mule back into the 7’x20’ transport trailer.
Trailer should be level when hitched to vehicle.
Two-piece, aluminum, folding ramp extension
Ramp door with aluminum extension
Tongue jack and weather-tight registration holder
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