Actual I use the trailer to transport the 700 and once at the lake I can hook up to the trailer climb onto my aluminum home made skis and go ice fishing.The trailer is camperized and self contained.Looks good, nice shot pulling the trailer.
Looks good, nice shot pulling the trailer.
Good idea! You have a nice set up there. I like how the tracks look on the seven hundred.
I have been dreaming of this exact setup for awhile. The shacks they make are soo light they would be hard pressed to handle a heavy machine and work on the lake. How tall is your machine? Tracks go on tomorrow on a 1000. Fishing portables for now but always wanted to be able to hook the transport trailer and have it setup for fishing.
I have tracks for my 1000 and there great for pulling a ice house around on the lake. I don’t know about your 700 but on my 1000 you have to watch the rear outer axel boots. The tracks kick up snow and it collects around the boots. It’s fine when your moving but if you leave parked for some time (like when your fishing for the day)the snow turns to ice and you could possibly wear a hole or tear a boot. I always carry a longer flat blade screwdriver with me and carefully clean around them either right after I park the machine or before I start it to head out.
I have the 1k as well. I will start a new thread in the other forum. Feel free to add any more tips or tricks therr
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The 700-4 with tracks is 84 and half inch tall and the doorway on my trailer is 82 and half inch tall door opening. I use two ratchet strap and compress the suspension and have no problem going in and out. A lot cheaper the cutting the roof or the trailer. I did have to special order the trailer for the extra hight. I took all the interior plywood out and had the interior covered with blown in foam insulation and reinstalled the plywood. I have four holes in the floor with custom made styrofoam plugs for traveling. I insulated the floor from underneath with mould proof insulation and sealed it with the same material the put under holiday trailers. The heater is an older truck camper propane heater. The lighting is LED powered by two twelve volt batteries. Its not the fanciest but its sure nice to actually get up in the morning make coffee and fish without going outside. My wife and I performed all the work accept for the blown in foam insulation. good luck.I have been dreaming of this exact setup for awhile. The shacks they make are soo light they would be hard pressed to handle a heavy machine and work on the lake. How tall is your machine? Tracks go on tomorrow on a 1000. Fishing portables for now but always wanted to be able to hook the transport trailer and have it setup for fishing.