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Old 05-21-2014, 11:36 PM   #29
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While it's absolutely gorgeous, I will have to ensure DH doesn't see it. He's still lobbying to give up my SUV and tow 2 GoldWings. Don't even want to get him thinking about hauling the SUV AND Goldwings, but wait.... Now that I consider it....hmmmmm.
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Old 05-23-2014, 09:37 AM   #30
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2 Gold Wings Hmmmmmmm! And a SUV.

Wowser!

That is what we are going to do. A stacker might be the answer.
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Old 05-24-2014, 10:03 AM   #31
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2 Gold Wings Hmmmmmmm! And a SUV.

Wowser!

That is what we are going to do. A stacker might be the answer.
Here it is.....I'll get me a bigger one.
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Old 05-25-2014, 09:22 AM   #32
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Nice stacker. Room for lots of toys. Cannot have too many toys!

We are going InTech with a 16' lift. 2' V-nose.
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Old 05-25-2014, 10:11 AM   #33
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Holy Cow!! That is AWESOME!
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Old 06-05-2014, 05:46 PM   #34
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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.
First, trailer is awesome!

Curious of your thoughts on securing the Harley on the rear. I have a Condor motorcycle chock for the front, you are using a chock also. But on the rear (Road Glide) I have had mine slide side to side using your method. Local Harley dealer had me take a ratchet strap through the rear wheel and take it to one side so both hooks are on one side of the bike and do the same on the other side. In addition, they gave me some shipping straps they get new bikes with and after loading in my wheel chock I use the ratchet straps the new bikes arrive at dealer with and go around the front axle on each side next to fork.

Now the bike is riding on its own suspension and I do not get any side to side movement at all.

To protect the axle on the front and the rear wheel, I put a rag on each one so I don't get any scratches from the ratchet straps.
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First, trailer is awesome!

Curious of your thoughts on securing the Harley on the rear. I have a Condor motorcycle chock for the front, you are using a chock also. But on the rear (Road Glide) I have had mine slide side to side using your method. Local Harley dealer had me take a ratchet strap through the rear wheel and take it to one side so both hooks are on one side of the bike and do the same on the other side. In addition, they gave me some shipping straps they get new bikes with and after loading in my wheel chock I use the ratchet straps the new bikes arrive at dealer with and go around the front axle on each side next to fork.

Now the bike is riding on its own suspension and I do not get any side to side movement at all.

To protect the axle on the front and the rear wheel, I put a rag on each one so I don't get any scratches from the ratchet straps.
Hi John, usually the higher on the load you are securing , the better control you will get. Like going around the rear wheel, down near the floor, wouldn't think it would do much for stability, but would work great for side to side movement. All my straps are arranged in a "forward" design, I use to go with the front to front and rear to rear, this gave the load a reason to move back and forth..........after a close call, everything is now strapped toward the front, all the straps , same direction. Never had anything come loose since. As far as strapping the front tire in the "Condor" wheel chock.....it takes a bit of muscle to roll the Ultra out of it.......and with all my straps going forward.......not much chance of the wheels moving. I use to use the Pingle wheel chocks, and now after buying the Condor........no comparison! The Condor is the only way to go
Thank you for your post, and I am going to look into securing the rear wheel, like you said. Thank you
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What a SAAAWEEET set up.....
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Most excellent. Why the side door over the wheels?
It's so you can get out of the car and out of the trailer easier.
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What will loaded weight be? What can MH handle. What no beer fridge and neon yet?
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What will loaded weight be? What can MH handle. What no beer fridge and neon yet?
Loaded weight is 9800# , Spartan states the chassis has a 10k GCWR , The beer is just a short walk up the side of the Coach, A fridge/freezer on a slide out tray...........holds all kinds of beverage's
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200# that means you can hold two 31's batteries and solar panels. Man you got me dreaming/thinking about my toy box needs. I better get into action. I need to hold 2 Mt bikes, two kick boats, trolling motors, fish finders, depth charge throwers, fishing gear, 2-3 DLG gliders, small table, meat smoker, etc.
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Here's what I'm working on

28' stacker trailer. 14' stinger lift, with 110v lights, 12v LED lights, 3 outside halogen flood light. I backed the stinger lift up 27" to allow for the two HD Ultra Classic "Screaming Eagles" in front of the lift when it's in the lowered position. I added a front upper deck 11'2" x 94" wide. Also added a 3'x94" upper deck at the rear of the stinger lift. On the left side at the top of the trailer I install 14' of closet rod for extra hanging clothes. Front upper and lower cabinets for storage and a counter top. The golf cart goes on the lift, the 2 Harley's on the floor in front of the lift, her Ford C-max hybrid will go behind the bikes and just in front of the rear ramp door. 5500 watt generator on the extra long tongue. Later we will add AC in the front, awing on the side and a full paint job to help it blend in with the Zephyr. We are moving the last of the thing out of the house this weekend. I will post more pic's with it loaded.
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I am having trouble posting the pic's. I attached them to my post but they don't show up. Can anyone help. I want to post multi pics.
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