10-12-2010, 11:08 AM
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Check your local and state laws. I know SD requires electric brakes and all trailers over 3000lbs like most states. So You would first run into an issue of how to control the two trailers' brake systems.
In my honest opinion I cannot see that setup as a good or safe way to tow. The frame on the trailer probably is not set up to handle a class IV hitch and that kind of weight. Then you are also looking at having 60% of the horse trailer (if loaded properly) on the camper, which can add too much weight to the back of the camper throwing off the weight put on the hitch of the tow vehicle.
If someone has done it and survived then I am happy for them, but I would personally never tow like that or put any horse in that kind of risk.
Just my two cents, so take it if you would like.