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Old 08-03-2007, 11:45 AM   #1
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Trailer

Can anyone recommend a decent place to rent a trailer from for the day? Or perhaps does anyone have a trailer that I may borrow on Saturday?

This is for a bike, btw.

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Old 08-03-2007, 11:48 AM   #3
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Cant find one that has a moto trailer available. Also they won't let me tow it with a jeep. Boo.
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Enterprisetrucks

http://www.enterprisetrucks.com/ they have Personal Truck Rental as in a pickup truck that 250 is light you can pu it on the back tie it down and be on your way in no time


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Can anyone recommend a decent place to rent a trailer from for the day? Or perhaps does anyone have a trailer that I may borrow on Saturday?

This is for a bike, btw.

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Any low boy trailer would work, Bro. Just tie it down with some ratcheting nylon straps or one-way nylon tie downs.

Wish I had one for ya. I've been looking to buy one from Harborfreight for around $350.
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Old 08-03-2007, 12:16 PM   #6
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I was thinking of making a holder for the front tire out of wood.

something like this (try not to envy my paint skills too much... )
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Old 08-03-2007, 12:19 PM   #7
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Looks like work to me get some rachet tie down's and be done with it they work I use them all the time

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I was thinking of making a holder for the front tire out of wood.

something like this (try not to envy my paint skills too much... )
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well im rolling back a zx7r... 450lbs dry IIRC
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Drive it back! duh I would you have a girl friend have her drive you in her car then you ride it back where from this your new bike? I want answer

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jesus nofear... LERN 2 GRAMER :P

yeah, my girl is going out of town this weekend with her parents, so i think mckee might go with me... i need to call him and see what his lazy is doing.

i just want to make sure im comfortable with the bike before i go on a ****ing 4 hour ride.
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yeah uhaul doesnt rent to soft tops. anyhow you dont even need a wheel chock. it helps a lot but not needed. ive trailered my bike and my dads harley many times in our truck and uhaul trailers with ease
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You aint my English teacher Fool... I don't iron my shirts and I don't punctuate up yours if you have a problem with this

1. Where are you going to get this bike e.i. Dallas Texas. New York City New York State
2. Up yours
3. Up Mckee's
4. why must you be lead around by your girl so much
5. If she leads you around so much make it official and marry her
6. forget the trailer act like a man and ride that B_I-T_C-H*
7. See how it handles, It is a Motorcycle geez they all have the clutch and the brakes in the same spot true the riding position will be different and it will have more power.
8. if you can ride the 250 you can ride this POS (Piece of ) that you are getting now.
9. Lunch time Good luck Bro i want to see a picture of it and hear all about how you got it back or i will hold McKee hostage until you post up

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jesus nofear... LERN 2 GRAMER :P

yeah, my girl is going out of town this weekend with her parents, so i think mckee might go with me... i need to call him and see what his lazy is doing.

i just want to make sure im comfortable with the bike before i go on a ****ing 4 hour ride.
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coutryside on I-45, north of F.M. 2920, exit 70a, 281-353-7858
m-f 9-6 and sat 9-3
I rented an open trailer w/ ramp and wheel stand for $25/30 per day. They have all sorts of trailers. Nice people to do business with.
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Old 08-03-2007, 01:23 PM   #14
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coutryside on I-45, north of F.M. 2920, exit 70a, 281-353-7858
m-f 9-6 and sat 9-3
I rented an open trailer w/ ramp and wheel stand for $25/30 per day. They have all sorts of trailers. Nice people to do business with.
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This is right by where I live.
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You aint my English teacher Fool... I don't iron my shirts and I don't punctuate up yours if you have a problem with this

1. Where are you going to get this bike e.i. Dallas Texas. New York City New York State
2. Up yours
3. Up Mckee's
4. why must you be lead around by your girl so much
5. If she leads you around so much make it official and marry her
6. forget the trailer act like a man and ride that B_I-T_C-H*
7. See how it handles, It is a Motorcycle geez they all have the clutch and the brakes in the same spot true the riding position will be different and it will have more power.
8. if you can ride the 250 you can ride this POS (Piece of ) that you are getting now.
9. Lunch time Good luck Bro i want to see a picture of it and hear all about how you got it back or i will hold McKee hostage until you post up
bahaha

USEFUL INFO RIGHT HERE... no doubt i will post up
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talking about this, i have a car and i need to transport a dirt bike,

what would you guys recomend? maybe this?

http://www.autozone.com/R,APP616324/...ductDetail.htm

well dirt bike is light just wondering
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Hey did you get the bike or what were is the rest of the story where are the Pics?


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Old 08-06-2007, 10:40 AM   #19
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yes I did, my digicam is MIA... soon as I get it back I'm gonna post up.

don't wanna post w/o pics
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There is a place next to me who rents trailer's they have a location in laporte tx 281-471-9700 they also have a location on 45 north call the # and check it out like $30 dollars for a bike trailer i think?

IT'S CALLED TRAILER DEPOT.

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