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  • If you pull a trailer, let's see it!

    I just started a thread on the Trailer Group for everyone to post a photo of their trailer:

    http://www.theglforum.com/social-gro...ial-aa/trailer
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    T.A. Jens
    The Pizza Man
    1800 06 White Champion Trike
    2005 Bunkhouse Camper
    2006 Breeze Cargo Trailer
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      here it is.
      Rob

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        Those Hannigans are good looking trailers. I used to have one and loved it.
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          Also posted on Trailer Forum but this is our 2001 Uni-go with reinforced frame and hitch.

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            Cheeto and the lunch bucket.
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            • #7
              I've had a couple trailers. First we had an Aluma MCTXL, it was a very nice well built trailer. However, with it's boxy shape it wasn't very aerodynamic and in high winds it had a big affect on gas mileage. My current trailer is a Bushtec Quantam Sport. It's lighter and easier to pull than the big Aluma, the trailer contents also seem to ride better, the ride must be smoother.


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              Jeff

              2009 Yellow Airbag
              Bushtec Quantum Sport

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                [ATTACH=CONFIG]n5842[/ATTACH] Here's mine about half way up the east side of Going to the Sun Road July 4, 2012
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                      This trailer is Aluminum. I don't feel it behind me at any speed or road condition.


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                      Maker of the 01-17 GL1800
                      "Rocky Tree & Comfort Risers".
                      Current bikes.
                      1981 CB900C 10 speed (Restored)
                      1986 GL1200 SEi
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                        [ATTACH=CONFIG]n5967[/ATTACH] At my new house with Grandpawinger in the background.
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                        • #13
                          Here's mine, trailer is for sale...

                          '08 Goldwing Lvl 3
                          '12 Aprilia Tuono V4 APRC
                          '08 KTM 300XCW
                          '07 Ducati 1098S
                          www.gl1800visor.com

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                            Here is mine.


                            And here it is packed to shoot a horse show in North Carolina. All of my camera and lighting gear fit plus laptops and monitors and table to set up as viewing stations.

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                            • TheGLForum
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                              Love those wheels. Did Tom do those for you?

                            • jmohme
                              jmohme commented
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                              Yes and no, I had the wheels of both the bike and the trailer powered coated black and then took them to Tom's paint shop and had the yellow was done the same time he painted my trailer.

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                            I've been pulling trailers behind my Wings since 1979. I've had 2 trailers in that time period, the first was a Shoreline I bought as a kit from the factory in Arlington Tx. at the time and me and a friend assembled it from the ground up. He built the frame & painted the whole rig. I pulled it until 1999 when I sold it to another friend and it's still on the road today. Then I bought an "original Dart" before they were bought out by Time Out Trailers. I'm still pulling the Dart today and it probably has over 250 thousand miles on it, now that I think about it. Earlier this year I did a complete makeover on it with a new paint job to match my 05' and installed new LED lights and so forth. Only problem is, I don't have any pictures of it since the makeover. Guess I'll have to git-r-done but on the other hand, I'm not a computer whiz so I wouldn't know how to post a picture even if I had one!
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                              At 400 pounds, it pulls nicely.

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                              • Basil Faulty
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                                I don't think they make these anymore. At least I haven't been able to find any information on them.

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                              400lbs? That's nothing!


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                                It is a Featherlite, correct?

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