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    Good day to you all!
    I pull a modified HF Tag-along trailer with my Kelty 4 man tent and gear inside.
    What kind of trailers/campers do the rest of you use?
    FTCS(SS) USN Ret.
    "06 GL1800 w/Motor Trike conv.
    GWRRA KY - G

    "I can imagine no more rewarding a career. And any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile, I think can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction: 'I served in the United States Navy.'"President John F. Kennedy

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    We pulled a TimeOut tent trailer for two years. Now our Wing rides in our toy hauler.
    2011 Harley Ultra Limited

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    • #3
      I pull a TimeOut wing my 'Wing. We bought it shortly after buying the bike, but took a few weeks to get a hitch installed. We've used it about a dozen times over the past two summers, and are having a great time with it.
      2012 Honda Goldwing | 2009 Timeout Camper



      Patriot Guard Rider since 2007 | IBA member #59823

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      • #4
        I pull a Time Out Dart Trailer and love it. Be safe and enjoy the ride. Larry

        IBA #57814
        SaddleSore 1075 Miles in 24 hours (certified)
        BunBurner 1632 Miles in 36 hours (certified)
        Prowler #81
        Double Darksider # 792
        Alaska 2012 / 2014

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        • #5
          We have a Mini-Mate that came with the used '08 wing. Still shaking things out in the back yard with it. Towed it 45 miles home and other than slower stops, didn't feel it back there. Actually the '08 wing with the trailer stopped very similar to my '95 wing empty....
          Marc from sunny NorCal
          2008 Titanium Nav (non - ABS)

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          • #6
            We have a pack rack and camping gear from REI. Spent 10 days in the Smokies and had a great time. It helps that the wife can get all of that in such small spaces. Kudos to Blue Ridge Motorcycle campground.
            [COLOR=#333333][FONT=Tahoma][SIZE=20px]Tim & Mary[/SIZE]
            2002 An Orange One
            Progressive Monotubes
            2012 Shock Progressive Spring
            Darksider #1638, BT45 Front, Michelin Alpine ZP
            Rocky Risers
            Yoda Mount[/FONT][/COLOR]

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            • #7
              Good day to you too.
              You should check out the sub forum here on trailers, if you haven't already.

              http://www.theglforum.com/social-groups/special-aa/trailer


              And I pull a Tailwind. and It is with me every mile that I ride my Wing.

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              • #8
                I have Tag-Along with electric cooler and all my gear just fit but I couldn't pass up a deal on an older Time Out, and though I lost storage it carries a car top luggage bag nicely. I'm rebuilding some of the Time Out but only because the skin have been crinkled a couple places and was repainted with a rattle can (still it was a steal for me). Been camping with both trailers several times and when I suspect I'll be rained on the Time-Out is my choice, love it. something hit my Tag-Along and fractured the bottom shell so I'm battling with HF to find a replacement, that's been a 3 month fiasco with no end in sight.
                Tom, in Mountain Home, Idaho
                2002 GL1800 (Illusion Red) Non-ABS, 110k miles
                Retired Air Force "Audentes Fortuna Juvat"

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                • #9
                  We have a Kwick Kamp that we use for local camping (less than 150 smiles away). then we have a starlite cargo trailer for long trips and we usually motel it.

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                  • #10
                    For those of you with the Time Out (or any HF trailer) check out the recall for lights, the fix is a free upgrade to the LED light set. Most buy them first thing but its a nice improvement and great to have a backup set in the garage.
                    Tom, in Mountain Home, Idaho
                    2002 GL1800 (Illusion Red) Non-ABS, 110k miles
                    Retired Air Force "Audentes Fortuna Juvat"

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                    • #11
                      I have a Leisure Lite camper. My wife and I both love it. It is very easy to tow and set up. It also has an AC bracket that works great with a small window AC unit. We have traveled all over the U.S. with it.

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                      • #12
                        I love to camp, but my wife does not.
                        With that said, I pull a Tailwind loaded with her pillows because the hotels never supply enough for her.

                        I do keep a tent and sleeping bag in there too. That's all I need for those times when she doesn't want to come along.

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                        • #13
                          I have a Leesure Lite to pull behind the Wing.
                          DS#1146 IBA#55800 50CC,BBG, BB1500 x2, SS2K, SS1Kx3 CERTIFIED ALL DS, PGR RC
                          2010 Level3 Endeavor Reverse Trike

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                          • #14
                            I pull a Kwik Kamp but I may be putting it up for sale and look for a small single wheel trailer. Haven't decided yet.
                            Location: Vancouver WA Former name: CAWING '04 GL1800
                            When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace.
                            Jimi Hendrix
                            Vietnam Veteran, Patriot Guard Rider

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