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find the company that makes them, do some research on quality...and if good, why not...especially if you can load her up by yourself!
 

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everything that i can find on the company is good, plus there is a 10 year warranty, but wonder if that includes if it fails with my bike on it that they replace my bike too?
 

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I've seen plenty of people use those to get their bikes to the track. Seem to work just fine... :thumbsup:
 

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I have seen them used allot, I am actually looking at one myself
 

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I have seen many of these in my area...they seem pretty nice to me. No one complained when i talked to them about it....
 

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just wondering what you all think of this product...i would like to have something like this as i have to drive 120 miles to go to the nearest track and find it a waste to pull my 20ft enclosed or my 18ft flatbed! opinion
Why do you find it a waste to pull your 20ft enclosed? I use my enclosed to camp out of as well haul bikes to the track!
 

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Why do you find it a waste to pull your 20ft enclosed? I use my enclosed to camp out of as well haul bikes to the track!
I normaly use my Toy Hauler to get the bike to the track if i plan on camping there...however, if camping is not an option for some reason, it would be an imense waste of gas as i am sure gas mileage will drop trmendously pulling an enclosed (or toy hauler) unless you are pulling with a deisel.
 

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Why do you find it a waste to pull your 20ft enclosed? I use my enclosed to camp out of as well haul bikes to the track!
just becusae my 20ft is a beast and weighs a shit ton, now when i go to miller speedway i will probly take it but for just going to the small track in missoula it will be nice to just load and go easily
 

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ive looked at these too,
 

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Looks ok just make sure your truck can handle the weight in the hitch.
:+1: That's a lotta toungue weight. Would be perfect for the fiancee's blazer, but I know it can't handle 500lbs on the toungue. Odds are though, if your rig can handle a 20' enclosed car hauler, you will be okay with the weight. For my purposes, I need to find a little open trailer like everyone else.
 

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:+1: That's a lotta toungue weight. Would be perfect for the fiancee's blazer, but I know it can't handle 500lbs on the toungue. Odds are though, if your rig can handle a 20' enclosed car hauler, you will be okay with the weight. For my purposes, I need to find a little open trailer like everyone else.
Oh yeah the ol cummins can handle just about anything!

But hey ted a bunch of guys are going down to Miller speedway in salt lake on labor day and we are taking my 20' it can hold probably 6 or 7 bikes just thought id throw that out there if your interested!?
 

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i take my enclosed 24' with me everywhere! I'll pay the little extra in gas to have A/C at the track! lol
 

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one of the local guys use one of thoes and it works fine on his f250 dont think I would want to use one on a 1/2 ton though
 

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Oh yeah the ol cummins can handle just about anything!

But hey ted a bunch of guys are going down to Miller speedway in salt lake on labor day and we are taking my 20' it can hold probably 6 or 7 bikes just thought id throw that out there if your interested!?
That sounds like fun, and I appreciate the offer, but I just passed up on a $150 track day here in spokane for lack of funds. Have fun and take a lot of pictures.
 

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screw that....go to Lows they have an actual enclosed trailers for not to much more....i wouldn't but my 10 on that...it might just start to hate me because of it and tip it self over:)
 

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I have one by Joe Hauler. I use it for trackdays and I've gone from Texas to Miami with my bike on it. It wiggles a little bit but is rock solid. I just don't like loading my bike by myself because it's pretty tall on my expedition. I save alot of gas compared to when I pull a trailer.
 
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