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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 12-21-2010, 12:41 PM Thread Starter
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Different twist on a trackday hauler?

Kinda neat to sleep at the track and not absolutely kill your gas mileage...........

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That tailgate table is kinda cool. But I think I would feel like Im getting a catscan sleeping in that thing.
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Sleeps one, what about the rest of the family? Honey, you get the tent...
Not everybody forces their family to take a "vacation" at the track

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Freakin' cool. how much?

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Freakin' cool. how much?
I have no idea, just saw it while browsing the internets...............

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That looks like an odd placement of the wheel and some serious tongue weight. Neat idea though.
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Pretty cool trailer. Something to think about if I ever go back to the track.

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im with plotts, that axle isnt gonna be taking much of the trailer load

i sleep at the track regularly, the bed of the truck is perfect

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im with plotts, that axle isnt gonna be taking much of the trailer load

i sleep at the track regularly, the bed of the truck is perfect
That and the reaction from bystanders when Jason opens the truck lid in the morning is priceless.

I'm thinking Nicks molester van is the way to go. Bike hauler, workshop, and camper all in one package. No trailer needed.
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Sleeps one, what about the rest of the family? Honey, you get the tent...
ha, wat ever it takes to get it done

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That thing is cool looking.

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I dig it, but I'd go mac daddy and get a toy hauler.

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that is a cool trailer. Although if I did it again, I think I would buy a small rv or a conversion van. then use my a trailer for the bikes.




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That trailer is sold at Gander Mountain. I want to say it was 4.7k.

I still want this as a track day hauler. A ramp, some brass poles, and it would be the shit. My Spanish is shitty, so him telling me what was wrong with it was a bitch.

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That trailer is sold at Gander Mountain. I want to say it was 4.7k.

I still want this as a track day hauler. A ramp, some brass poles, and it would be the shit. My Spanish is shitty, so him telling me what was wrong with it was a bitch.

i coulda brought an interperter over dude

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Cute. No room for a toolbox though...
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Cool but not $6595 cool.

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i coulda brought an interperter over dude
It's still for sale. Maybe now I'll try again and it will be cheaper.
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