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Old 01-17-2012, 05:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Toyota FJC for hunting?

Im not sure if this thread is in the right place but i was wondering how the people who use their fjc for deer hunting transport the deer?
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Old 01-17-2012, 05:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Get a hitch mounted cargo rack/carrier and works great..


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I hope to try it with a hog!


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Old 01-17-2012, 05:56 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Re: Toyota FJC for hunting?

I've carried both. Out in boonies the expanded floor makes a good cleaning platform up off the ground if you don't have a tree hanger, and especially if you can get to running water. I carry big, thick (3mil) drum liners in my Trasharoo to haul the pieces/parts back to 'civilization'.
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Re: Toyota FJC for hunting?

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Old 01-18-2012, 02:24 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Re: Toyota FJC for hunting?

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Get a hitch mounted cargo rack/carrier and works great..
That works great for me too...

Just be careful with the big porkers, I had a 350lb boar fold up my carrier.
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Re: Toyota FJC for hunting?

Cargo basket is the way to go. I've thrown deer on the roof, getting the blood off the white is a little tricky.


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Re: Toyota FJC for hunting?

Last sow we had wasn't too big, but it was a good eating size. This was after we pulled it off my cargo carrier and tossed it up onto a friend's tailgate...

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Re: Toyota FJC for hunting?

Got a winch? Run the winch line over, for instance, a tree mounted pulley to the back of your rig (or fab a way to run it back over your roof - I've seen that done on a Landcruiser), hoist the deer up for cleaning, drop onto tarp or something, bundle/package, hoist again, into trunk space, onto roof, etc.
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Re: Toyota FJC for hunting?

I use mine for deer and turkey. i have a hitch mount basket that works very well... i modified mine so when i go into the cooilies it doesn't hang up on anything... and modify i mean crudley made a new mounting bracket... but it works
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