I am wanting to get a golf cart my issue is the car and cart wont fit in the trailer with the car pulled in forward. my thought would be golf cart pulled straight in cant turn the cart sideways do to cabinet layout. then back the car into the trailer and have the wheelie bars go under the golf cart I may need to have the golf cart up on a small platform if the bars wont clear the cart. does anyone have any experience with something like this. will it tow poor since I will have the weight of the motor at the end of the trailer? will the golf cart weight offset that? I am about 1 foot to short with the car being pulled into the trailer I really don't want to unhook wheelie bars every time. only other thing I can think of is hang the nose from the ceiling but then I would always need help at the track.
I would think the only real way to answer your question is to check tongue weight with each configuration.
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I was thinking you might have a tongue weight issue as I was reading your post, but the golf cart could offset it. My cart weighs about 750 pounds. Since you have cabinets that will help too. I pull my dragster in forward and with the cabinets up front I have enough tongue weight even with the engine in the back.
Put the golf cart in the truck or you were looking for a reason to buy a trailer with living quarters
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