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Chameleon bike trailers?

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Anybody ever hear of an aluminum trailer manufacturer called "Chameleon"?

I'm not sure if that was the brand or the model....I saw it in the parking lot at Deals Gap a few days ago...I think thats the name that was on the side of it...hmmmm?

It was a little trailer for hauling two bikes...aluminum, with little fat floatation tires like a Sea-Doo trailer might have?

I can't seem to find any info on them.

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ebay may have em.

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Try this, http://www.tritontrailers.com/cycle_trailers.asp may not be the same comp but aluminum and looks like they have distributors up relatively near your way.

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Try this, http://www.tritontrailers.com/cycle_trailers.asp may not be the same comp but aluminum and looks like they have distributors up relatively near your way.
Yessir, I've had my eye on those Triton trailers for a while now....and there are some local dealers, so thats not an issue. I'm just looking right now but plan on picking one up this winter. Thanks for the heads up tho.

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