Reinforce rear receiver
Yep new Mini Max owner here. I picked up my 2022 Mini Max last Saturday, coming from a 2019 Lance 1995 I'm loving the little so much more. I was wondering if anyone has reinforced the rear receiver so it could handle a 70 pound fat tire E-bikes? I'm getting tired of picking it up and putting it in the bed of the truck. Also the front decals are already coming off, any suggestions how to remove them?
Thanks Brian & Endo (my pup)
The decals are usually more like stickers. I don't have that model, but when I wanted to remove stuff, I considered a hair dryer, but when it was parked in the sun, they came off quite easily anyway. I did not have any left over sticky, but some have used something like Goo-gone. If using that, I'd try it where it won't show first.
@St@rW@rs, I don't know about 70 pounds on a back hitch, but I wouldn't want to lift that either. Have you considered one of these between your rig and trailer?
Might not work for you. It wouldn't work for me because I'm always opening my back hatch to get at the dog treats or his water or something while traveling.
@st@rw@rs I can imagine. I once had a regular, spendy folding bicycle, and sold it because the dog has the back seat, so I had no room for it. Then I thought well, since the dog child is always with me, and I don't leave him, I gave up on a bicycle for now. I'd like an e-bike for home, however.
@st@rw@rs same here. I usually go to campgrounds with trails to walk with him because he looks bored otherwise. He's always glad to get home to run, but he does like the bed in the trailer.
@wildcat I downgraded from the Lance to this (mini max) so Endo and I could go do more dispersed camping (can't do crap in the lance) so he can just be himself with nobody around. But of course I buy him a new camper and 3 days later he has torn his 2nd ACL.
@st@rw@rs Cute dog. That is a bummer, the ACL. I went through it with another dog. Mine is 10. I have the dinky five wide trailer, and have a step stool for him to get in. There may come a day when he needs help, but is good for now. I have not done much dispersed. Really aren't any good places that are not full of rigs all year. I usually go to national forest campgrounds with no hookups (in Oregon). The trailer has been a lot of fun, and have gone lots of places in the northwest I wouldn't have without it.