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Old 03-18-2011, 02:04 PM   #1
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Question Anybody take their Can Am Three wheel motorcycle ?

Do you take your Can Am (2 front wheels) with the RV when you travel ?

If so, How do you tow it, trailer, dolly or something else?

Thanks, Kerry (used the Search, found nothing)
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Old 03-18-2011, 02:59 PM   #2
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Yes sir by trailer. When I go FT in two years that will be my only mode of transportation.
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Funny you should ask. I bought the Spyder last year and now I'm looking for a trailer. I hope to find an aluminum trailer, similar to a landscaper's trailer, that won 't weigh too much and will have an easy drive on ramp. The problem is finding something wide enough for the 62" span of the front wheels.

MOFA-what kind of trailer do you use?
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Old 03-18-2011, 03:34 PM   #4
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An enclosed snowmobile trailer may be just what you need - light weight, low profile, wide (For 2 sled models). Many may be for sale this time of year new and used.
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bluepill: What's the best source other than Ebay? Dumb question, I know.

Thanks, probably a lot of people interested.

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We don't have a Spyder but do have a Goldwing with a TriCar conversion. We have and enclosed trailer and put out Smart Car in the nose and the Trike on the rear. Have done this for several years. Wow do we have fun rain, shine or in between.

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bluepill: What's the best source other than Ebay? Dumb question, I know.

Thanks, probably a lot of people interested.

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Craigs List, local newspapers/shoppers, snowmobile dealers, trailer dealers.
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Thanks anyway. Most everything is 20' to 27'.

My wife, make that wonderful wife, would have that size trailer loaded until the tire flattened. If anybody remember Fibber McGee & Molly's closet. That's us.

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Kerry, nice bike we goldwing trike also looking for fold up trailer found two on discount trailers.com i think they have what you need. be safe
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page turner: Whoops, there it is. Thanks buddy. Put it in favorites.

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Funny you should ask. I bought the Spyder last year and now I'm looking for a trailer. I hope to find an aluminum trailer, similar to a landscaper's trailer, that won 't weigh too much and will have an easy drive on ramp. The problem is finding something wide enough for the 62" span of the front wheels.

MOFA-what kind of trailer do you use?
The trailer is called a toycarrier you can google them, it is enclosed and can hold up to 3500lbs. very light to manouver.
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MOFA - thank you.
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We are still riding two wheels. I have looked at them and was hoping it would fit in my truck. If it is 62" wide it won't.
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MOFA, look at discount trailers.com they have a triler just for can am or trikes. i am still looking for a trailer for my goldwing trike 109inches is the problem help!
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