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toomanyfumes

Craigslist trailer....

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toomanyfumes

What do you guys think. It's close to me, I'm wondering if a Harbor Freight trailer would work better for half the price. I'm also a little worried that the tonque might be a little tall for the bike.

 

http://milwaukee.craigslist.org/mcy/2080556346.html

 

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Jwing

I didn't see a weight on it but it Looks like a sweet deal I would jump on it !!

 

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Vegaswingnut

He paid $2000 for that? Let me go get my welder, I'm in the wrong business....

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Joep

I agree Vegas.. looks like it is a garden tractor/atv type trailer and set up for a pickup.. not a bike... most bikes run 1 7/8 balls not 2 in.... set up for 2200 lbs of cargo/trailer weight also... ( 13 inch tires 1100 @ 35lbs psi)

though 350 is not bad..

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toomanyfumes

I'm gonna go check it out... Can't hurt to look.

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Joep

True true

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mowerdoc

was in harbor frieght today they had trailor with cargo shell for 357.00

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plskthompson

I'm with Vegas, if he paid $2000 for that, I'm definitely in the wrong business. I can't weld for crap, but I can build one of those for less than $2000.

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wingpilot08

Looks nice!

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toomanyfumes

I looked at it, it's a nice trailer, not really suited for a bike to pull. The tonque is long, and the hitch part that connects to the bike is really high. Someone here had posted a link to a guide to pulling trailers, and they recommended keeping the hitch low as possible to keep the center of gravity low. Which makes sense. No go.

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