I looked at those but had a couple of issues with it. 1) Not very versatile. You are cannot easily change to another trailer or different machine arangement. 2) The rear tie down looks slick but tieing down by pulling the suspension down is not a good thing, especially on a machine like the Ranger that has long suspension travel and high sprung weight. Tow far enough and on the right roads and that chain will get slack from the springs compressing further and when it rebounds it will not be pretty, something is going to give! 3) Cost. You can get a setup that is far better, just as fast and extremely versatile for less. I use these and highly recommend them.
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