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Old 02-16-2015, 07:11 PM   #31949
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Ha we can make you official host and you can have anything you want! Steve will cover your bail.
That's right Possum - I've got your bale covered.
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Old 02-16-2015, 07:16 PM   #31950
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Now that there is the Mutant Way!

On Edit - we are planning the Maritimes for summer 2016...
Yep, that sounds good to us!
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Ok guys, I could use some advice.

I inherited Mike's Segway. It is too wide to drive up the stairs of my RV so I bought a cargo carrier that fits on the back of my Smart Car to transport the Segway. The problem is there is only about 4 inches between the road and the bottom of the carrier. I'm thinking it might be a good idea to add either rollers or swivel casters to the outside back corners of the cargo carrier. I could also raise the carrier higher using an adapter, but it will add extra weight and length to the tongue.

Also, which other IRV2 forum would be the best place to ask for non RVM opinions?
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Old 02-16-2015, 07:44 PM   #31952
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I'm so confused. Lol.

No need to broadcast it. We knew!
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Old 02-16-2015, 07:48 PM   #31953
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Ok guys, I could use some advice.

I inherited Mike's Segway. It is too wide to drive up the stairs of my RV so I bought a cargo carrier that fits on the back of my Smart Car to transport the Segway. The problem is there is only about 4 inches between the road and the bottom of the carrier. I'm thinking it might be a good idea to add either rollers or swivel casters to the outside back corners of the cargo carrier. I could also raise the carrier higher using an adapter, but it will add extra weight and length to the tongue.

Also, which other IRV2 forum would be the best place to ask for non RVM opinions?

Hey Barb!
Something like this adds only a bit of length, about 5 inches of the overall 8 inches. Rated at 3500 lbs. There are others to choose from. This is only an example. You will need to measure and ponder and determine how much weight it will hold.
http://www.carid.com/curt/2-dual-rec...FQmDfgodP7wA3g
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Old 02-16-2015, 07:53 PM   #31954
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Hey Tim !!!

I have decided that I will deer hunt every other year, the license is a touch high for out of state, and secondly there is a lot of the USA I won't be able to see if I just ping pong between MI and AZ so in order to see and try to do it all I have to make concessions.

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we are planning the Maritimes for summer 2016...

I see at least a mini C. New Brunswick, mid Aug, wild bluberries are FULL and cheap baby!
Or save money on the US side (cha-ching), the South side of the Bay of Fundy.
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Marty and Bob...

I think you can do it online. Or call - leave a message and they call you back.

Duh....... Nope, they are Marty and Bob.

I will probably not make reservations just yet...
Anyway... Do not count us in the count number, because if he hasnt had surgery at that point, then probably not.
Too far to cone to take the cgNce of having to turn around at any point....





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Ok guys, I could use some advice.

I inherited Mike's Segway. It is too wide to drive up the stairs of my RV so I bought a cargo carrier that fits on the back of my Smart Car to transport the Segway. The problem is there is only about 4 inches between the road and the bottom of the carrier. I'm thinking it might be a good idea to add either rollers or swivel casters to the outside back corners of the cargo carrier. I could also raise the carrier higher using an adapter, but it will add extra weight and length to the tongue.

Also, which other IRV2 forum would be the best place to ask for non RVM opinions?
Not sure about which forum - but I would think one thing you will need to know is how much it weighs. The Smarty probably isn't close to overloading your coach and tow bar/hitch. It's above my pay grade...
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Jeff, if you are going to Bend, try getting to Crater Lake!



However, the Oregon Coast would be the high point of your trip!

Been there twice.....its a must see!

Jeff, go to the coast. No bars at Crater Lake. JK. Do it all, bruthah!
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Ok guys, I could use some advice.

I inherited Mike's Segway. It is too wide to drive up the stairs of my RV so I bought a cargo carrier that fits on the back of my Smart Car to transport the Segway. The problem is there is only about 4 inches between the road and the bottom of the carrier. I'm thinking it might be a good idea to add either rollers or swivel casters to the outside back corners of the cargo carrier. I could also raise the carrier higher using an adapter, but it will add extra weight and length to the tongue.

Also, which other IRV2 forum would be the best place to ask for non RVM opinions?
Barb is the receiver hitch that mounted on the back of Smarty the 2inch square are the smaller 1inch square?
Regardless of the clearance I think you might be reaching weight load capacity for the carrier on the 1 inch receiver. If the weight is satisfactory I would use an adapter of some sort to raise the carrier. Adding anything to the bottom actually reduces the clearance and invites more contact with road hazards.

Liz and Mary had a carrier that allowed them to roll a scooter up on it attached to rear of MH and hitch extended out far enough to allow attaching a car.

Hope you get it worked out, having Sena drive along behind you might be another option! (Sorry I had to throw in a mutant answer!) lol
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Barb is the receiver hitch that mounted on the back of Smarty the 2inch square are the smaller 1inch square?
Regardless of the clearance I think you might be reaching weight load capacity for the carrier on the 1 inch receiver. If the weight is satisfactory I would use an adapter of some sort to raise the carrier. Adding anything to the bottom actually reduces the clearance and invites more contact with road hazards.

Liz and Mary had a carrier that allowed them to roll a scooter up on it attached to rear of MH and hitch extended out far enough to allow attaching a car.

Hope you get it worked out, having Sena drive along behind you might be another option! (Sorry I had to throw in a mutant answer!) lol
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