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    Newbie with a question

    Hello Everyone,
    I'm new here and have found alot of interesting reading.I have ordered BMS 500 ranch pony an it should arrive sometime next week.
    I will pick up next week at a friend that has a forklift .My question is how big is the crate it is shipped in ? I have a 5' X 10' trailer and it
    is 58" wide assemble does any know if the crate will fit?
    Thanks

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    I believe it is going to be close on width

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    You should be fine with a 5 x 10 trailer. I carried mine home on a harbor freight 4 x 8 tailer. It just barely fit on it, but you should have a little room to spare. Does the trailer have side rails? That could make it interesting unless you have some pallets to stack up and place the crate on.
    2011 Hisun 700 utv, black

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    5X10 should be fine. We put 2 on a 16' landscape trailer.

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    Thanks for info. An yes it has side rails.Just have to wait an see. Thanks again.

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    I checked BMS site again : 92 X 66 X 52. There is another way if you hire a flatbed tow truck. They can raise the bed to match the delivery truck and pull it unto the flatbed. Then bring it to you and extend it to the ground. Slide it off with a tow strap.

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    You might want to have some pallets for the trailer that you can set the crate on so you will be able to get it off with a fork lift when you get where your going. the crate will be something ilk this:

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    After you take the create apart you will have to have a way to get the machine up of the spindles to be able to mount the wheels and shocks. This is normally done with a fork lift.

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    Sometimes the tricky part is getting it off the trailer safely

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    mike, how are you getting your 4 seater??
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    comes in two crates, if that's what you mean

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    gotcha, i heard you took on one. moved another 2 seater last night so i'll keep those rolling out.
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    We dissembled the crate on the trailer, raised the front and rear with jacks, assembled the suspension and wheels then rolled then off the trailer. Much easier that way.

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    Snowbird: Have you watched the assembly video yet? When will it arrive?

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    Yes,I watch the assembly video. Had to cancel order for ranch pony. The dealer just let it lay there for 5 days so I canceled.Been talking to a local dealer who doesn't sell them,say parts will be hard to get.He is pushing Hisun 700.

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    They weren't too quick shipping mine either. I figure parts are the least of my worries. No dealer of any kind for 60 miles. The ones that I've visited aren't gems in the service area either. If you know someone who will service the Hisun then you should go that way. I'm living where we've done so much with so little for so long that we're know capable of doing anything with nothin.

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    Hey Bob it could be worst.... you could live up in ThunderBay.. LOL
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    Yeah, we're not that remote. My nephew is in Ft. Mac Murray, AB, that's remote.

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