I’m a big guy. With a loaded day pack, I’m over the weight limit on my Mule. I always locked out the rear suspension on my regular MTB, so I opted for the Mule with no rear suspension, and I’m happy I did.
I have the Bakcou folding deer cart. I've hauled two deer with it, and my daughter. As well as used it to hang and retrieve stands and blinds. I like it when loaded. When it's unloaded, I can't keep the damn thing upright in the rocky hills I use it
Didn’t want to hijack your thread, but figured it was a Bakcou thread and you might be interested in the cart also. I was more interested in the cart with sides for gear, not sure if it’s suitable for a deer like the folding deer cart
I have a two bike hitch hauler that's rated for two ebikes. I don't remember the brand (it's at my cabin) but it is very similar to the Capstone I use to haul them around town. But the Capstone weight rating is right in the hairy edge for two Mules, so after my wife got a Mule I upgraded thr hauler for bumpy roads etc.. I've hauled one Mule or Rambo all over with the Capstone and it worked just fine for four years.
As far as trailers, I have the Rambo R 180 that hooks to the rear rack. Have been very happy with it but had to jerry-rig an attachment point on the Mule because the rear rack is too thick.
My only beef with it is the tires with tubes that got a couple pinholes from goat heads. If I could design this cart with solid rubber wheels, it would be much better.
Basically the same carriers I have and I've been very happy. I drive some rough stuff. Just be sure to use a couple bungees for a little extra tension. I like the black tarp bungees because they don't stretch as much.