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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 05-19-2012, 01:56 PM Thread Starter
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anyone have an ENCLOSED trailer i can borrow or rent from them?

taking a trip to the smokey mountains and shit i might as well tow my bike with me.

i just need a single bike trailer, but i dont mind pulling a 2 bike trailer. the back has to be the drive up kind please.

in advance thank you if you can offer it up free (which would be nice) or let me know how much to rent it from you. of course your trailer will be FULLY insurance with my insurance company (State Farm) and you have my word (that says it all right there) you have nothing to worry about ill treat it like my stuff.

ive always wanted to ride around there.

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you know you can use my open trailer if you need it.




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Thanks bro I'll see what happens but I really wanna shield it from the elements and what not.



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Ya I hear ya. its not to bad though. I towed my 916 all the way to florida, and it just needed a dusting when I got down there.

Its there for ya if you need it. oh and it gets WAAAAAAYYYYY better mileage on your truck than a big box




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If you put a cover on a bike in an open trailer, it will scratch the hell out of it.
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If you put a cover on a bike in an open trailer, it will scratch the hell out of it.
+1 bazillion!!!! NEVER put a cover on a bike on an open trailer. I made that mistake once..... ONCE

Bike week 95..... tore the shit out of my 94 zx-11, paint scratched to shit from the cover while traveling, then I blew my motor 2 days into the trip. Expensive frigin trip!




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If you put a cover on a bike in an open trailer, it will scratch the hell out of it.
Any no one likes a scratched trailer

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Shit, lol I would have done it too. Lol



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Shit, lol I would have done it too. Lol
Ya, its a bad situation. I scratched the ever living fuck out of my bike doing that. spent weeks wetsanding and buffing after that trip.

better to just give it a quick wash when you get down there.




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You're more than welcome to borrow mine. Only problem is, I'm kind of far and out of the way
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Ken,

that's gonnna be tough. both those weekends are track weekends. BHF and ACC.
You could have used mine, but I'll need it myself.

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Thanks for the offer. Gonna borrow Tony's.



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Ken, you know you could use mine whenever Im not using it, but Im using it during that time period..........

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+1 bazillion!!!! NEVER put a cover on a bike on an open trailer. I made that mistake once..... ONCE
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Shit, lol I would have done it too. Lol
Too frickin' funny!

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If my bike will not be back by than, you could borrow mine, its perfect for a trip like that, its low profile and you save ton's of gas... ( well atleast a few gallons...)

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Germany will a full size Harley fit?



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