i seen crossfires and 2-ups in 10 footers, but not to comfortably, go with the 12'Enclosed trailers are the way to go. Only thing I'd suggest is buying a 12' trailer instead of a 10'. Reason is that if you have any sort of long tracked snowmobiles (Crossfires or 2-up) the claim shell won't close over the longer sleds. I have a 10' trailer and it's hindering my plans on buying a crossfire 1000. Not for sure on the extra cost, but its only thing I'd change about mine.[/b]
I just bought a new two place Toy Carrier. It is very light, all aluminium and plastic, and 10 ft long. The rear hatch only lifts up so you don't need to sweep the snow off the top to get it open. I have added a battery and 120 volt 1000 watt inverter inside and added wiring to charge the battery and a back up light also. Now I have power to run the block heater or trouble light if I need it. It came with ski slides, traction mats, spare tire and tongue jack and interier light. Also Super Clamp hold downs. If we only had some snow, I could use it for more than a garage.
I have a 2006 11 foot enclosed side by side.what model Blizzard do you have, side by side or inline?[/b]