Pioneer's major design flaw (sales wise) - Page 3 - Honda Pioneer Forum
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post #21 of 25 Old 02-19-2014, 12:33 PM
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That is why you get one of these.

But yeah I know what you mean it is a bit dorky tall.
If you don't mind me asking, how much is a trailer like that worth?
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If you don't mind me asking, how much is a trailer like that worth?
+1! Sweet trailer
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Another thought for Honda Design team (or after-market) regarding the Pioneer-4 would be a folding roll bar option to quickly fold away the roll bar to make room for hauling and dumping things that overhang the hauler box like brush, bales etc. One of the concerns I have in going to the 4 seater is the limitations it places on the use of the dump box that is so handy (on my Ranger) for dumping tree trimmings, or yard debris after a storm. I envision hinges at the top (just behind the driver's head) and bottom that allow the roll bar to be folded down and along side the box when not hauling passengers. The rear piece would have to be a quick-connect with some way to store on the vehicle.
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I totally agree with you on the height. My son races motocross and when I went to load it into out Interstate enclosed trailer to take with us there was no way it was going to fit. I had to remove the roof and deflate the tires and even then hang off the back as he pulled it into out trailer. I didn't even think about the height till I went to load it. I was wanting to install larger tires but there is no way it would fit then. I would love to see a shorter cage or something!!!
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Have recently purchased a 2016 1000-5 with the hard top,etc. After much research was able to locate an interstate enclosed tandem 7 x 14 trailer which makes a nice home for the 1000 and also gives me enough room to bring along necessary gear for long hunting trips. Interstate has some models that can handle the 1000.
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