EZ-SKI HITCH HAULER PICTURES!


Yeah, product is amazing! Me monitoring the battery not so good.


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Love the video good stuff. Crazy how much these hitch haulers help. My wifey can back in our 23’ Baja and EZ hauler all by herself no yelling or bitching I grab my jet ski dock it while she hands the kidos food and drinks out of the back of the truck and then I jump in my boat and go to dock it and she pulls out and comes back and jumps in the boat and I jump on my ski and we hit the sand bar! I love my hitch hauler! I have had mine for over 5 years now and I think I'm going to hit Chris up for the new updated models because I just got a new Ram 2500 and it's going to have a 6” lift with 24” wheels so going to see what the mad scientist can build me! Love the video bro I had to show it to the wife and she laughed and said that's so you! I said my battery is never dead who me! Lol
 
Worked great for the blaster and trailer. First time throwing the blaster on it and drove over 200 miles worry free.
 

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Any pics of the EZ-Ski beach cart clamp in action?

I have a Tiger Tote and love the idea of not having to assemble and disassemble it all the time. However, it is a lot longer than the ski, so not sure how it’ll fit on the back of my Jeep. I suppose just the handle portion could be removed real quickly.


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Any pics of the EZ-Ski beach cart clamp in action?

I have a Tiger Tote and love the idea of not having to assemble and disassemble it all the time. However, it is a lot longer than the ski, so not sure how it’ll fit on the back of my Jeep. I suppose just the handle portion could be removed real quickly.


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Here are a couple of pics. You can use the Beach Cart Carrier in the rear of our hitch-haulers or directly into your hitch receiver. We have some videos as well just dont know how to upload them here . Cheers:
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How is everyone securing their skis from theft? I have a long road trip coming up (awaiting my EZSki hauler, so I havent used it yet). Wondering if anyone here has suggestions to prevent theft, since I will be parking overnight at several hotels. I was thinking of running some sort of bike lock around the hitch hauler up around the driveshaft (shortened SJ for reference). I am just not sure where the pump intake sits relative to the main hitch hauler beam/support. Not concerned about the hauler to receiver as I have a rather secure & lockable hitch pin.
 

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How is everyone securing their skis from theft? I have a long road trip coming up (awaiting my EZSki hauler, so I havent used it yet). Wondering if anyone here has suggestions to prevent theft, since I will be parking overnight at several hotels. I was thinking of running some sort of bike lock around the hitch hauler up around the driveshaft (shortened SJ for reference). I am just not sure where the pump intake sits relative to the main hitch hauler beam/support. Not concerned about the hauler to receiver as I have a rather secure & lockable hitch pin.
You are absolutely correct a lot of people elect to have a coated bicycle style cable lock around the drive shaft and around the main support of the hitch hauler. It keeps honest people honest.
 

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How is everyone securing their skis from theft? I have a long road trip coming up (awaiting my EZSki hauler, so I havent used it yet). Wondering if anyone here has suggestions to prevent theft, since I will be parking overnight at several hotels. I was thinking of running some sort of bike lock around the hitch hauler up around the driveshaft (shortened SJ for reference). I am just not sure where the pump intake sits relative to the main hitch hauler beam/support. Not concerned about the hauler to receiver as I have a rather secure & lockable hitch pin.
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I normally use a long master cable lock and go through parts of the pile and Hitch Hauler. On Monday knowing we would be in Florida for a few more days I picked up a lock that goes through reciever Hitch lock points. Used the reviever side of the ez-ski hauler and wrapped cable through the pile, gas can and around the Hitch on my truck. This way they are all looked together...
 

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Anyone ever try one of these?

 

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Anyone ever try one of these?

This looks extremely interesting I think we will order one just to check it out. This would lock it to the hitchhauler pretty easily
 
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