stack wrote:It will fit. I've brought our yurt twice in the 5X8 uhaul. I put a sheet of plywood down, then the yurt, then another sheet of plywood and load stuff on top of it. Keep the tarp separate cause it *is* a tight fit with the door. I had all our gear and 4 bikes in there and top of the yurt on the way home. Probably why my suspension is shot on my car now, as the uhauls weigh in at 900 lbs empty.
I had some really heavy stuff to load in the trailer so I don't think this option would work for me, but it's good to know. Perhaps next year I can get some of the heavier stuff offloaded to my friends vehicles. How much weight do you think you could put on top of a properly prepared hexy stack? (1" material sandwiched between two 4x8 plywood pieces?).
The heaviest stuff I haul is my generator (Honda eu3000is), 2-3 large coolers full of ice/dry ice
, 30ish gallons of water, and 10-20 gallons of gas. (for the genny). Then bikes and some other lighter weight stuff. Oh, and what feels like a ton of rebar.