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Just picked up this 03 V. Typical 2nd Gen but what sold me were the roof racks and tow hitch along w Real-time AWD! Perfect to transport for kayakfishing. Hope to one day expand the kayak fleet and pull a trailer eventually. V's are truly made for the outdoor enthusiasts! Here's a few shots of my kayaks over the years to show my addiction..I mean obsession...I mean hobby ;D

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Welcome to the forum! Nice V! Your #2 picture did not show up. You might try renaming it to a much shorter name and see if you can replace it in edit.
 

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When it comes time for a trailer, you might consider one of these. I bought this Harbor Freight 4X8 folding trailer this past March.....it has been handy as a pocket on a shirt. Easy one man up/down, stores in the garage standing up, rolls on casters, plenty of room still for the car.

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When it comes time for a trailer, you might consider one of these. I bought this Harbor Freight 4X8 folding trailer this past March.....it has been handy as a pocket on a shirt. Easy one man up/down, stores in the garage standing up, rolls on casters, plenty of room still for the car.

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I have been eyeing one of those Harbor Freight trailers for a few years. Yours turned out great, it's nice and simple. Would hope to haul at least two Hobies after having it built out. I know some have said the wheel bearings have gone bad on those, any issues?
 
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