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Eyetattoo

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Posted: 08/12/14 10:38am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

nwcutie wrote:

First trailer: 2003 Carson funrunner 28'

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Toys to go in:

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Packed trailer:

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That is very impressive!


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Here's something different. Every Sept 5 we go on a kiteboarding trip to Assateage Island MD and pack all the gear in the TH. There were 12 boards and over 20 kites and related gear in the back of the TH for this trip.

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We have to replace the wide rear paddle tires with smaller ones to back into our toy hauler.

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I'll play...

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cwill925

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For some urban adventures I load up Buster the Smart car.

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Wow!! Some of y'all are very inventive! lol

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justALnow wrote:

afishinado wrote:

Photo just after installing the Biker Bars... Love them, ditch the straps!
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What are the biker bars? I'm curious, as I sometimes carry a motorcycle, also.


They only make them for Harleys as far as I know. Work as advertised, however I need to install the 'bar' on the bike after I have the bike up in the trailer as it does not clear the hump on either bike. Still easier than using the straps, that said, I still put 2 straps on them for extra feeling of security.
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justALnow

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TraciK wrote:

Wow!! Some of y'all are very inventive! lol


No kidding!





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afishinado wrote:

justALnow wrote:

afishinado wrote:

Photo just after installing the Biker Bars... Love them, ditch the straps!
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What are the biker bars? I'm curious, as I sometimes carry a motorcycle, also.


They only make them for Harleys as far as I know. Work as advertised, however I need to install the 'bar' on the bike after I have the bike up in the trailer as it does not clear the hump on either bike. Still easier than using the straps, that said, I still put 2 straps on them for extra feeling of security.
HERE is a link


Interesting. Looks like they copied Pit Bull's idea. I have 4 of these trailer restraint systems in my toy hauler (Race sport bikes)

http://youtu.be/uwaEABfg2rA

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