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Old 06-24-2007, 08:05 PM   #21
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with those tires and suspension or lack there of is going to be on whatever its hauling ill be damned if i put my 10k bike on that trailer
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2000 dollars!!! I bought an 18" flat bed car hauler for 2000.
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Old 06-25-2007, 12:47 PM   #23
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Im guessing that Hendon must be top of the line, but what about something slightly more moderately priced.

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2000 dollars!!! I bought an 18" flat bed car hauler for 2000.
You paid $2k for a trailor thats only a foot and a half long?
What kind of car were you hauling? Matchbox? Hot Wheels?

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I think the main reason I wouldn't use one is:

Trailer-in-bag...

Isn't that just long verbage for T-bag?
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You paid $2k for a trailor thats only a foot and a half long?
What kind of car were you hauling? Matchbox? Hot Wheels?

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that apostrophe will get ya every time.
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Old 06-25-2007, 06:34 PM   #30
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I think the main reason I wouldn't use one is:

Trailer-in-bag...

Isn't that just long verbage for T-bag?

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Old 06-25-2007, 07:49 PM   #31
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I got one of the 4x8 fold-ups from Northern Tools and it works fine for a single bike. Not quite big enough for two, so I'll probably be selling it to upgrade. It hauled a ZRX12 from NW to MSRH and back, running 70+ without issues.
It folds in half and stands up, takes up about 4 feet x 2 feet of space.
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I got one of the 4x8 fold-ups from Northern Tools and it works fine for a single bike. Not quite big enough for two, so I'll probably be selling it to upgrade. It hauled a ZRX12 from NW to MSRH and back, running 70+ without issues.
It folds in half and stands up, takes up about 4 feet x 2 feet of space.
selling it you say?? let me know

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Old 06-25-2007, 11:23 PM   #34
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you can get a foldup trailer from northern tools or harbor freight as long as you use good flooring it will last.
That is what I have and I like it alot. It's stable at speeds up to 95 and goes through corners better than you should probably take them. It folds up nicely and is easy to move around the garage and up against the wall.

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Old 06-25-2007, 11:27 PM   #35
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dunno bro. something about "trailer in a bag" just tells me that its not entirely stable enough to haul something like a 10k motorcycle with confidence. look at the picture gallery. i wonder how many of those people have had "mishaps" and now have damaged bikes.
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