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Doing track days in style. HDTony dropped some coin today!

Picked up a new toy today. Cargo mate 7x12 double torsion axles with brakes. oh and it came all pimped out with a nice tile floor, and white walls



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post #2 of 43 (permalink) Old 05-12-2007, 06:30 PM
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Now get a nice Chicagoland Sportbike Club spray painted on all sides of the trailer and then you'll definately be in style

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Very nice, now add some strapless stands so you don't have to use tie downs.

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I'm glad I got the double doors over the ramp door on my trailer. With the ramp down, you need alot more room to park and set up your pit. I have a single ramp and a wide ramp for fourwheelers and bikes which works just fine.
Very nice trailer. How does the cherokee pull it?
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I'm glad I got the double doors over the ramp door on my trailer. With the ramp down, you need alot more room to park and set up your pit. I have a single ramp and a wide ramp for fourwheelers and bikes which works just fine.
Very nice trailer. How does the cherokee pull it?
Exactly!!! I didn't want the ramp door, sure the ramp is great for the 5 minutes your loading or unloading , the rest of the day its in your way.

I did pull it home with the cherokee, and it was a bit rough, getting over 55 mph was a challenge, but the tundra will be fine.




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I was just telling my wife that, I may just head up there this year




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Wow...track days are CHEAP

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I agree with the ramp door comment.

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Nice trailer there, Tony. I meant to post these up a while ago. Oh, and my wife didn't jump out of that tree onto the roof; notice the ladder on the left wall in the interior pic. And for the record, ramps rule! Maybe a poll is in order?
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nice trailer bub...but kinda a warning to you...the type of coating on those exterior walls might get hot enough to actually burn you under high sunshine...its hard to tell, but it just looks like a brushed stainless steel type material...my friends ran into that problem the 1st year they had it on thier trailer...might want to look into either painting the exterior walls, or swapping out panels...

...plus my gf was with me saying "omg slow down, slow down" and I was thinking "Lose annoying squalk box in passenger seat, afford more mods and have less weight in the car and on the back of the bike"...so i dumped her and I'm single again as usual...HERE KITTY KITTY!!!
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congrats, your a real red neck now...lmao!

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nice trailer bub...but kinda a warning to you...the type of coating on those exterior walls might get hot enough to actually burn you under high sunshine...its hard to tell, but it just looks like a brushed stainless steel type material...my friends ran into that problem the 1st year they had it on thier trailer...might want to look into either painting the exterior walls, or swapping out panels...
It's painted silver, matches my Tundra




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That thing is NICE!! I like! Wouldn't mind getting something like that one of these days... gotta get a truck first though

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ok cool....just wanted to help ya out of a burning skin problem...lol

...plus my gf was with me saying "omg slow down, slow down" and I was thinking "Lose annoying squalk box in passenger seat, afford more mods and have less weight in the car and on the back of the bike"...so i dumped her and I'm single again as usual...HERE KITTY KITTY!!!
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ok cool....just wanted to help ya out of a burning skin problem...lol
Huh???? He's not going to hump the thing (again).

Nice trailer Tony! Reminds me of mine.
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