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Old 01-06-2014, 07:47 AM   #239
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2011 Entegra Insignia and 1928 Model A Huckster.
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2011 Entegra Insignia and 1928 Model A Huckster.
Hope you tow that sweet truck in an enclosed trailer
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40'-10" coach and a 24' v-nose with the RV extended tongue, I haven't actually put a tape measure on it but I think it is conservatively is 67' overall. The trailer houses a Yamaha Royal Star tour deluxe and a Jeep Commander.
Well I have put a tape on it; coach - 40', hitch - 1', trailer - 29'-2", so it is 70'-2"
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Here's our set up. King Aire with 26ft Renegade stacker.
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Here's our set up. King Aire with 26ft Renegade stacker.
Nice height match.
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Here's our set up. King Aire with 26ft Renegade stacker.
Beautiful rig.

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73 feet overall length
Does your ramp door in the 'v' clear the rear corner of the coach when you put it down if the trailer is directly behind the coach? How wide is your ramp in the 'v'?

My ramp I put on the side, but my brother is looking at putting it in the 'v'. Thanks.
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Does your ramp door in the 'v' clear the rear corner of the coach when you put it down if the trailer is directly behind the coach? How wide is your ramp in the 'v'?

My ramp I put on the side, but my brother is looking at putting it in the 'v'. Thanks.

I have to jack-knife the trailer slightly to allow the V-nose ramp door to clear. I can't use that ramp door for the H-D anyway as the bike bottoms out at the the top of the ramp .

Still plenty useful for riding the CT-70 in and out and general access. I wanted a road side ramp as curb side ramps don't work very well if you're parked next to a curb.
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I have to jack-knife the trailer slightly to allow the V-nose ramp door to clear. I can't use that ramp door for the H-D anyway as the bike bottoms out at the the top of the ramp .

Still plenty useful for riding the CT-70 in and out and general access. I wanted a road side ramp as curb side ramps don't work very well if you're parked next to a curb.
I put mine on curb side so I can line up the door with driveway to load Road Glide and at camp sites I don't have to worry if I have a neighbor.

If your bike is dragging on top of ramp, have you tried dumping air bags on the coach? You can also block up the bottom of the ramp using rubber stops to not scratch paint, it is rare I need to block door, usually just dumping the air works.
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There it is. I wondered when you were going to chime in with your setup. I remember the thread you started a while back about towing a stacker trailer. It is nice to finally see it all hooked up. Looks great.

I remember someone asking what you were going to haul in it on the other thread but I don't remember ever hearing. What do you haul? Do you have the 650 hp ISX or the ISM engine? How does it handle/pull the trailer? What does your coach weigh and the trailer? Sorry about the questions, just like to compare weights and performance of various setups.

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It is unusual to see a trailer taller than the coach.
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It is unusual to see a trailer taller than the coach.
That may even up when he airs up the suspension . Just guessing ( I don't have that ) .
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It is unusual to see a trailer taller than the coach.
I think it's an illusion.
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