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post #21 of 98 Old 10-26-2014, 02:38 PM
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As requested. It's not much yet but in due time, in due time.
http://youtu.be/ZBoobnepzr0?list=UUl...wmbYDCBOTZnX3g
I forgot how to imbed videos. Sorry.

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Perfect Enclosed Trailer for 2 Bikes??

^^^Awesome trailer Wrangoleer!
The video tripped me out when I saw both your hands up before I realized it was a helmet mounted cam Lol
So is it too narrow to have your bikes side by side (mirrors back) with Pitbull restraints?
Seen it done with 6'x10's before, though it is tight.

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For some reason I decided on this set up, don't remember why now. I actually used a GoPro Chesty for the video.

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As requested. It's not much yet but in due time, in due time.
http://youtu.be/ZBoobnepzr0?list=UUl...wmbYDCBOTZnX3g
I forgot how to imbed videos. Sorry.
Nice trailer too wrangoleer, also nice area where you live. Looks like Pueblo West out where I am but a whole lot greener.

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Nice setup's guys. Now that Stealth is on here talking about it, it really has me me thinking about doing something for next year too. I know I do want to start traveling and doing more track days. Those are some very nice setup's for sure (other than riders discount, they are clearly over compensating lol).

I just have one bike and me though, not sure I could justify spending the extra for something enclosed. The extra security makes it really tempting though.

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Nice setup's guys. Now that Stealth is on here talking about it, it really has me me thinking about doing something for next year too. I know I do want to start traveling and doing more track days. Those are some very nice setup's for sure (other than riders discount, they are clearly over compensating lol).

I just have one bike and me though, not sure I could justify spending the extra for something enclosed. The extra security makes it really tempting though.

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I thought the same thing. However, plastering Kawasaki stickers and other bike racing stickers all over the thing might give away what's inside.

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I thought the same thing. However, plastering Kawasaki stickers and other bike racing stickers all over the thing might give away what's inside.

Yep.. Gotta keep it- STEALTH.

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I would be in a lot of trouble then, considering you cant see out the back window of my truck with all my "sponsorships" lmfao.

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I would try to keep it Stealth but I have a sticker/decal problem!! I want to buy a trailer but I think I will be buying a house in Tampa so it will have to wait.

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