The ACE is going to take up 4 ft loaded sideways, and I don't know what RZR your planning on using, but I'd say even a 570 RZR will be at least as long as the Ace....so your looking at a total length of at least 12-13 ft and more if a bigger RZR is used. My minimum trailer length would be 16 feet and minimum width 7 feet if using one of the shorter RZRs.......IMO A little extra on trailer size is always preferable to one that is not big enough or one that just gets you byAnybody load their ace sideways. I am looking for a trailer that I can load rzr in than ace behind sideways. Anybody do this and wat size trailer is needed. I am thinking 6-1/2 x 14'???
Scoundrel....I side loaded my ACE on a 6 ft wide trailer and we immediately took it off. Way to much ACE hanging off both sides. Yes it will fit if you want to take the chance. For me 7 ft minimum on trailer width for side loading an ACE. On a 6 ft wide the load looked scary to me and my buddy. The ACE is 90 inches long without bumpers and a foot hanging off both sides is a little extreme for my tastesWe don't really have enough info to answer the question.
For side-loading an ACE, a 6 foot wide deck will work.
The wheel base is just over 5 feet (61.5"), so you might hang over the side of the trailer, but you'll be legal.
The overall length of the original RZR 800 is 102". The 800 S is 106". The 570 is 107". The 900 XP is 108". The 1000 XP is 118". The 1000 XP4 is 146".
So assuming you don't have any extra brush guards, bumpers, custom cages, etc. your bed length will need to be at LEAST 12.5 feet for the smallest RZR, at least 13.5 feet for a mid-sized RZR, and with a 16 feet trailer, an XP4 would be a really tight squeeze.
You need more than 72 inches wide for safe trailering of an ACE sidewaysSorry guys should have been more descriptive with my rzr. It's a rzr 570. So a 16' long trailer I can load both from rear? That would be great and much safer. I build a sweet azz alimunum trailer that 60" x12'. My problem would also be weight. Both machines would be around 2000lbs minimum. I was thinking 72"x16' tandem axle. My truck s a 1500 dodge ram with the hemi. 99percent of my trailering is to camp about an hours drive. Not to bad.
Here are my 2 Ace's loaded on a 80"x 12' Triton trailer. I side load the one Ace without front and rear bumpers up front. I have room to move the Ace on the back even further back some more if needed. I have about 8"-12" of deck in front of the side loaded Ace. The main thing with loading like this is to use good straps, no cheap ones! I've put thousands of miles on trailer hauling both of these!
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