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Trailer with no wheels
Example: http://www.coolcustomcars.com/tagalong.html

(They won't tell any spec's, or any useful info)

I asked my dealership about them and they looked at me like I was on crack!

Enyone own one of these? I need to know alot more about them before I go spending this kind of money on something that weighs more then it can carry.

Ground clearance available?
Load limits?
Storage capacity?


Any pictures of the framework and hitch would be very useful

FYI;
In Illinois if a motorcycle is pulling a trailer on the tollway, it is not going to get charged for the trailer. This is writen into the tollway/ state laws.
 

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Those are just 'extra trunks' from other bikes made to fit into the hitch.

I took mine, with my wife, last summer over the Rockies & it was great. It'll handle well withtwo 8 inch cinder blocks in it.

They can be wired for everything and easily carry 25 lbs cargo while 2up and not even be noticed. A trunk rack is very handy for light cargo. Easy to paint to match the bike. I have many more pics if you like...or could answer questions.

Here is a pic of mine...and I'd sell it for $500.





 

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unforgivenracing wrote:
Trailer with no wheels
Example: http://www.coolcustomcars.com/tagalong.html

(They won't tell any spec's, or any useful info)

I asked my dealership about them and they looked at me like I was on crack!

Enyone own one of these? I need to know alot more about them before I go spending this kind of money on something that weighs more then it can carry.

Ground clearance available?
Load limits?
Storage capacity?


Any pictures of the framework and hitch would be very useful

FYI;
In Illinois if a motorcycle is pulling a trailer on the tollway, it is not going to get charged for the trailer. This is writen into the tollway/ state laws.
that website you linked was using the side bags off of the bike to make a matching hitch rack after removing the compartments for the trike conversion.
 
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