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Old 05-09-2006, 08:07 PM   #21
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Where are you guys headed? I have my race hauler that will hold three big bikes inside and sleeps three in airconditioned comfort with a plug in , or also have a generator. It's out at the ranch, and I shouldn't need it that weekend.
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Old 05-09-2006, 08:12 PM   #22
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Where are you guys headed? I have my race hauler that will hold three big bikes inside and sleeps three in airconditioned comfort with a plug in , or also have a generator. It's out at the ranch, and I shouldn't need it that weekend.
WOW...that sounds great!!! i'll volunteer my bike to take up one of the 3 spots. :icon_bigg

seriously though... that would be awesome...but does anyone have truck that can pull it?

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Old 05-09-2006, 09:35 PM   #23
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how big is it...anyone know?
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rent from uhaul. cheap and you dont have to find a place to store the trailer until the next time you have to use it
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there is a place in highlands that sells trailers. they have some new 16ft lowboys for like 900-1000. its at some church off of main
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Old 05-10-2006, 08:42 AM   #28
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It's an enclosed 7.5 x 12 I think. I have it set up for two strapless stands ya'll can use.(no compression on your suspention for long hauls). I then usually roll the third bike in backwards and use the pad eyes in the floor for the third bike. After it's empty, I put a queen airmatress and a twin airmatress down in it for sleeping quarters. I haul it with my Ram 1500 and it's only a 4.7 V8. Has three helmet bin with shelving and a rack for hanging your leathers etc. Also has built in floor chocks if you rather use those, but the strapless stands are the shiznit. And did I mention it has A/C? Let me know if ya'll want it, it even has cool race stickers on the outside so all the hot chicks you pass on the way there will think you're cool. At the ranch in Angleton, good tires, interior lights, and good registration etc. The Sanchez brothers were using it, but they are out for a while, so help yourselves if you want. Your insurance should cover it if you crash with it.
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It's an enclosed 7.5 x 12 I think. I have it set up for two strapless stands ya'll can use.(no compression on your suspention for long hauls). I then usually roll the third bike in backwards and use the pad eyes in the floor for the third bike. After it's empty, I put a queen airmatress and a twin airmatress down in it for sleeping quarters. I haul it with my Ram 1500 and it's only a 4.7 V8. Has three helmet bin with shelving and a rack for hanging your leathers etc. Also has built in floor chocks if you rather use those, but the strapless stands are the shiznit. And did I mention it has A/C? Let me know if ya'll want it, it even has cool race stickers on the outside so all the hot chicks you pass on the way there will think you're cool. At the ranch in Angleton, good tires, interior lights, and good registration etc. The Sanchez brothers were using it, but they are out for a while, so help yourselves if you want. Your insurance should cover it if you crash with it.
WOW. Forget renting at U-Haul!
I'll be sure to message you for my trackdays! :icon_bigg
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It's an enclosed 7.5 x 12 I think. I have it set up for two strapless stands ya'll can use.(no compression on your suspention for long hauls). I then usually roll the third bike in backwards and use the pad eyes in the floor for the third bike. After it's empty, I put a queen airmatress and a twin airmatress down in it for sleeping quarters. I haul it with my Ram 1500 and it's only a 4.7 V8. Has three helmet bin with shelving and a rack for hanging your leathers etc. Also has built in floor chocks if you rather use those, but the strapless stands are the shiznit. And did I mention it has A/C? Let me know if ya'll want it, it even has cool race stickers on the outside so all the hot chicks you pass on the way there will think you're cool. At the ranch in Angleton, good tires, interior lights, and good registration etc. The Sanchez brothers were using it, but they are out for a while, so help yourselves if you want. Your insurance should cover it if you crash with it.

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Old 05-11-2006, 07:57 AM   #32
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It's an enclosed 7.5 x 12 I think. I have it set up for two strapless stands ya'll can use.(no compression on your suspention for long hauls). I then usually roll the third bike in backwards and use the pad eyes in the floor for the third bike. After it's empty, I put a queen airmatress and a twin airmatress down in it for sleeping quarters. I haul it with my Ram 1500 and it's only a 4.7 V8. Has three helmet bin with shelving and a rack for hanging your leathers etc. Also has built in floor chocks if you rather use those, but the strapless stands are the shiznit. And did I mention it has A/C? Let me know if ya'll want it, it even has cool race stickers on the outside so all the hot chicks you pass on the way there will think you're cool. At the ranch in Angleton, good tires, interior lights, and good registration etc. The Sanchez brothers were using it, but they are out for a while, so help yourselves if you want. Your insurance should cover it if you crash with it.
Arturo3rd, J14, Hfga311, and Efmang were talking about this last night and they will definitely be hitting you up soon. Good looking out Buck.
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Your insurance should cover it if you crash with it.
Only if you have trailer coverage on your policy....FYI and most people don't...Right Pete? Every time I have shopped for insurance, I have had to add it on my truck. It isn't something that they give you by default.
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yeah buck we are really thinking about useing it. thats really nice of you to offer... if we do i had planned on coming to the ranch on the 27th any way to watch j14 and arturo and could pick it up then........ so my chevy 1500hd with 6.0l should be ight then buck???
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Talked to Max this afternoon, and I'll see some of you out there to pick it up on the 27th. Someone remind me I have the new registration sticker in my check book will ya? I'll show ya'll how the stapless stands work and you're good to go. Have fun, ride fast, and generally be good or be good at it.......
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