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Old 09-10-2014, 07:25 AM   #15
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Hi Rod & Emma

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You certainly picked out a nice coach to continue your RVing.

Best of luck with it and Happy Trails!!!!

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Old 09-10-2014, 08:34 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by GoldWing2003 View Post
Gordon - I would love to have a stacker trailer but my Gold Wing with side care is 97" wide from bikes mirror to the fender on sidecar and no one seems to make an enclosed trailer wide enough for that. So I will end up with an open deck over tire type trailer of tandem type tow dolly.
Wow - it is wide! I went out and checked the door width on the stacker and it is only 89". While more than enough for the DW CSC trike it is sadly lacking in width for your ride.

I would suggest talking to the fellows at inTech. We had the factory tour while we were there to pick up our trailer and the fellows were building some really innovative custom units. BUT . . I measured the total width of my trailer 100.5". I think a door could be built wide enough to get your ride in but it would be very tight (you could get an inch or two as the mirror will fold. Certainly a lift would be out of the question at a reasonable price.

Good luck in your quest. Let us know what you end up with.

A picture of your ride would be of interest.

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Welcome to the Forum and hope you enjoy your travels in your MH. Best of luck.

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