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    Anyone out there dealt with this company? Your thoughts?

  • #2
    Lee I have no first hand experience with Tow-Pac but I see several on the road. I have a friend here in town that has one on his Yamaha touring bike and he likes it. the old Deacon of Dirt, Charley
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    • #3
      Charley, thanks so much for the feedback. Just want to use a more stable platform when towing my camper. while it tows great the cross winds when I travel out west can be a little exciting!!

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      • #4
        Lee, what trailer is that? Is it a "little guy?" I think that is what they call it. How do you like it?
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          It is called a Twist TR-7 Microlite. There are several of us out there that have purchased them from a frabricator in Elkhart, IN.

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          • #6
            Thanks Lee, I'm going to see what I can find out about it. Sure would beat my sleeping in my home made Harbor Freight trailer. LOL Giving more thought to a small trailer like this for a trip out west. Good luck with your project.
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            • #7
              Jim, We have Bunkhouse camper. Check one of those out, roomy, lot of storage, easy set-up, tows like you don;'t know it's behind you.
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              • #8
                Just ordered the E-trike kit from Tow-Pac. Will let the forum know once instaaled.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Lee Blas View Post
                  Just ordered the E-trike kit from Tow-Pac. Will let the forum know once instaaled.

                  Lee, sounds good. Good luck with it and please do keep us posted.
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                  • #10
                    I have owned a Towpac. Wife rode a GL1500 with one on it for 3 years. She loved it. The trick is the set up and the balance. I bought mine from them and rode the bike up and the trike home the same day. For a first trike or a budget I would say YES. Wife has moved up and has a 1800 Roadsmith now.
                    I would reconmend that if possible go to Towpac Aroma Park, Illinois and let them install and get the original set up right for you and I think you will be happy. Good people to deal with and I was very happy owner. I still wear one of their tee shirts very often.

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                      Life is good.

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