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Old 03-06-2008, 08:51 PM   #21
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http://www.sportutilitytrailers.com/...2TA-1TS32M.htm

this maybe a lil safer and only around 100 bucks more than the one you want
i actually have one of those. with some cheap upgrades it makes for a great trailer. i've used mine a few times and it's a great little trailer.
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Old 03-06-2008, 08:56 PM   #22
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I love my folding trailer. I got it from www.scandipacific.com, the site is down right now. You can get the same trailer from lots of sites. You put it together yourself, the main frame rectangles are welded. I put some plywood on it, cut by home depot for a dollar or so. It folds up and rolls on casters. pics in a second.
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Old 03-06-2008, 08:59 PM   #23
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sigh... i kinda miss that bike
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sigh... i kinda miss that bike
That was the rsv, right? Almost looks like an RC.
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Dude, your bike is longer than lots of things. It's a couch on two wheels!

Seriously, these things are just fine. I've used it, it worked great, and I'm actually thinking of getting another one since dragging the trailer has gotten so expensive these days and I hate putting the bike in the bed.
I know a dude that drug his 1000RR from New York to Jennings (Florida) on a similar setup. He swears by them.
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maybe something "like" that ... but that one only holds a bike with an under 58" wheel base, and he said he had a 5" stretch on his bike already!

i love my trailer!
I just re-did the floor, added the cabinet and some hanging brackets. Next, I need to put a light in it.
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forgot about his strtch, nice trailer mayn
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I can build a little trailer like that in a day for dirt cheap... as soon as I get another welding machine...
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If you get one let us know. I have been looking at them for a while. I have seen many people on the road with them. I've always wanted to stop and ask how they like them. My trailer is such a pain in the .
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Well I went to "the trailer man" and bought a 5 by 8 utility trailer with a 3500lb axle and 15 inch wheels brand new for $693.00 tax and licensed!!, With some simple add on it is going to be perfect already got a spot for my tool box and barbque pit, adding some wheel chocks for one bike in the center and two bikes on the outsides. Then making a ramp that will act as the tailgate. It is goign to be perfect for what I need it for and all the times I needed room in my truck I have it now. If you are looking for a trailer "The Trailor Man" had great prices!!!
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