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Old 11-25-2013, 01:15 PM   #15
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If your own a 5er now I would go with the Idaho Tote as above. We have one we've used for over six years of fulltiming. Started using it to carry a Yamaha Rhino and now carry a Smart Car the last two years. If it was my first purchase I would go with a Toy Hauler.

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Old 11-25-2013, 03:29 PM   #16
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To the OP, a 900 pound Gold Wing is "a whole lotta Rosie" on the back of a TT. I have a class A, I have a hitch rack that is good for most bikes, don't think I'd try a 900 pound GL though. Most of the time I pull a small enclosed (6'X12') trailer loaded with bikes, tools, fuel and associated gear, plus it give me storage for things I want along, but not on board. If you were limited to the bike and gear I would think that a 5'X8' would be ideal, it has no signature to speak of, I doubt you would even know it is back there. I carry a small hand cart in my trailer that has 2 wheels and a 2" ball and a handle bar of sorts, just in case I get myself into trouble where I can't maneuver (back it up). Believe me, better to have and not need, than need and not have. They sell them at Tractor supply for 50ish dollars. Just a thought.

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Old 11-25-2013, 04:25 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by palehorse89 View Post
Look here The ultimate single wheel trailer system. for a photo........
For a swivel wheel cargo deck - besides the one above, there are ones from other companies too - like the 1000lb capacity one from CW:
Swivelwheel 58 Transport System - Fast Master SW58 - Cargo Carriers - Camping World

And if the OP goes for a motorhome, there are tandem dolly's like:
Tandem Tow Dolly
Landgrebe Manufacturing: Specifications TD 40 101 with Motorcycle Carrier
and others...

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Old 11-26-2013, 03:23 PM   #18
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Our toy hauler has a 3,000 pound capacity ramp and garage. The garage also has two queen beds that let down from the ceiling. It's great for hauling the Can Am Spyder, grand kids or bird dogs.

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