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    Addicted to two wheels Array rscudiver's Avatar
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    Enclosed trailers...Need input.

    Anyone have input as to enclosed trailers? Who has the best slection and price? What do you like/ hate about them?

    I need to transport 3-4 race bikes + a snot load of gear, generator, ez-up, tires, bla, bla ,bla

    I've also looked into the the Desert Fox camper/ trailer combos but unless you go really big they aren't too useful.

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    Newbie Poser Squid Array bafflebrain's Avatar
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    bad, m'kay?
    All Parts out in Abby carries Haulmark and Pace American; both are excellent trailers. They ship weekly from Haulmark and pretty good to deal with too.


    Looks like you'll need at least a 6 x 16 top haul 3 bikes. Get a V-nose if you can, it'll help a lot if you plan to do a lot of highway travel or have a smaller truck to do the hauling.


    Ramp door is given; I have double doors on my Haulmark 5x8 and its a bit of a hassle.
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    Twin A Array Jaybo's Avatar
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    my input? Damn, I wish I had one. that is all.
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    I ain't not no genius Array gixxerboygenius's Avatar
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    i have a haulmark for hauling 2-3 race bikes. ramp door for sure. for 3-4 you'd want dual axle, probably low rider, electric brakes, and v nose. 6x16.
    duc and ape and mv to come soon

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    LIFE IS GOOD! Array HarveyB's Avatar
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    Hey Bernie

    Last spring I shopped around allot and found a 2006 CHARMAC LEGEND 26'. I ended up at Greg Cummings Trailers on Fraser Hwy in East Aldergrove.


    I found that Greg and his son Kevin where both very easy to deal with and had a large selection in stock and good prices. If you need any more information give me a call.

    Last edited by HarveyB; 11-05-2006 at 07:44 PM.

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    Registered Abuser Array kuldip's Avatar
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    Check out the trailers on here.

    P.S. I'm with Harvey. The guys at Cummings are good people.

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    Registered User Array Rooster's Avatar
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    For what you pay for those things look around for a toy hauler.

    They're a 5th wheel with a motorhome that has a garage in the back. Imagine relaxing in air conditioned comfort between races and having a shower at the end of the day. Nothing is any sweeter unless you're hauling a trailer behind your motorhome.

    The toy haulers can be had for a touch over 20K for the cheaper ones and they go up from there.

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    Ya, whatever. Array Sloan's Avatar
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    Craigslist.org and go look in seattle. Lotsa yanks living beyond their means so some deals to be had. Up here they hold thier value.

    Here's a sweet toy hauler.

    and for the real racer budget.
    Last edited by Sloan; 10-29-2006 at 12:13 AM.
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