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Old 05-15-2014, 10:52 AM   #15
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For doing it over the Internet, a lot of phone calls, emails, cad drawing's sent back and forth........yes, it turned better than I expected it to be!
I had the tongue extended 3' so the front v-nose Harley door would be sure to clear the rear of the Coach without unhooking, 22' to the start of the v-nose, 6' of v-nose, and 2' of tongue out front. One foot of the extra tongue extension they Incorporated in the v-nose inside, it was suppose to be a 5' v-nose. Empty........5,000# Added 12" of height to the entire unit also, screwless sides, custom wheels, side vents.
Hope we run into you one day. I would like to take a look at if if we do.

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Probably to open car door after driving into trailer.
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Very nice. Now the biggest problem you will have is what to keep in the MH and what to keep in the trailer.
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Very nice. Now the biggest problem you will have is what to keep in the MH and what to keep in the trailer.
28' of more space for me to escape to when I make the wife mad....
I will be nice to put some things in the trailer and let it carry the weight., instead of the coach suspension.
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What is the "BRAND" of your fantastic new mobile garage?


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It turned out perfect! Now you don't have to decide what to take. See it soon.
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It is a MTI trailer Peter....
This is the dealer that I bought it from Touch of Class Trailers
As I am posting this , the factory website is down?
Middlebury Trailers www.middleburytrailers.com
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It turned out perfect! Now you don't have to decide what to take. See it soon.
It will for sure be nice to be able to take everything we want to have with us now......
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Wink Loaded and ready to travel

Here is the arrangement inside, E-track installed, ready to roll
Waiting on the paper work and title to come, inspection when that stuff comes.
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I'm loading mine now too. Looks like we will be riding after all. First stop....Moosejaw Juction...no cell phone service. Two more tie downs on the Harley please.
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I'm loading mine now too. Looks like we will be riding after all. First stop....Moosejaw Juction...no cell phone service. Two more tie downs on the Harley please.
I don't have a cell phone, left in in Colorado years back on a cross country trip on the Ultra,..... and never realized how nice it was without one Verizon tried to give me a "free" replacement......I said even if you did not send me a monthly bill, I did not want another one (We do have a track-phone for in the Coach), that is all we use it for and it is racking up the minutes due to we never use it. Moose-jaw Junction......sounds interesting at the least, looking forward to it
As far as tie downs........when I am ready to travel, there will be enough tie-downs on her that you could play a tune on them...............like a banjo
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Nice - I like the extra height. I have 2 jeeps and would like to go to an enclosed trailer but the one's on the lot are never tall enough inside.
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Nice - I like the extra height. I have 2 jeeps and would like to go to an enclosed trailer but the one's on the lot are never tall enough inside.
I went with the extra height in my first thoughts so it would be closer to the height of the Coach......., not only does it look better I think, the ramps are all one foot longer also....., so not a steep. It makes it nicer for loading the bike, my Brother yelled over after I had the bike loaded and asked " Are you going to back it down that ramp"? I looked at it , and said , I believe so...........The wood that was used to build it grips the tires and don't slide one bit.......The bike just eases right down the ramp with no fear or problems, works great!
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I have ATP on the ramp. Under some conditions the front tire will skid when rolling backwards. I have practiced to keep the bike upright using my left leg and have my right foot on the rear brake. The rear tire has more than enough traction to keep the bike from getting away.
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