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Old 05-13-2014, 08:22 PM   #1
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Thumbs up My new mobile garage has arrived......

My new MTI Auto/Harley hauler arrived tonight.....
It will be nice to have the Jeep and my Ultra Classic when we are on vacation, and be clean when we get where we are going........They sure build a super nice trailer, I spec'd it out and they custom built it.
Spare tire compartment built into the floor with a lot of room for tools and jacks is one nice feature I had a custom bike hauler(last photo), put it up for sale with thought of a bigger one.......sold in less than 24 hours! So I thought .........might just as well upgrade to this.
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Great lookin' GARAGE!!!!....
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Most excellent. Why the side door over the wheels?
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Very nice!!
My hubby would LOVE to have one of those!!
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Nice garage! Door in the front to get Harley out without having to unload the car?
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Great looking. Looks well finished. Appears well planned as it looks like you can get the spare tire out without moving either vehicle.

How long is it? What is the curb weight?
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Nice looking toy hauler. Enjoy that baby!
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congrats

Im Jelouse I want one !!!
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She's a beauty, best of luck....
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Most excellent. Why the side door over the wheels?
To make it easier to exit the auto you loaded, open the auto door the whole way, and step out over the tires if you choose. It makes it easier to get in and out of the auto loaded.
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To make it easier to exit the auto you loaded, open the auto door the whole way, and step out over the tires if you choose. It makes it easier to get in and out of the auto loaded.

Excellent. Thanks.
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Nice garage! Door in the front to get Harley out without having to unload the car?
You bet ya Tony! I told them what I to load and haul, and did not want to unload one or the other to get one out.......I am thinking it is going to work very well for me.
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Great looking. Looks well finished. Appears well planned as it looks like you can get the spare tire out without moving either vehicle.

How long is it? What is the curb weight?
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.
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What a fantastic looking trailer. Thanks for sharing the pics. I have thought about something like that, but haven't started looking yet.


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