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post #61 of 160 Old 01-15-2013, 12:04 PM Thread Starter
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In front of house!

My semi truck on my driveway!
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Very true, just I think it's expensive. Trailer looks solid and made only and only for bike, just it's pricey!
Agreed, it does seem pricey. I bet it will last much longer than the cheaper options though. You also need to factor in the cost to get the HF trailer equipped to haul a bike safely. I'll admit, I have been tempted by the cheap HF prices from time to time.

I don't even want to know what that trailer costs that you are hauling with your rig.
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Agreed, it does seem pricey. I bet it will last much longer than the cheaper options though. You also need to factor in the cost to get the HF trailer equipped to haul a bike safely. I'll admit, I have been tempted by the cheap HF prices from time to time.

I don't even want to know what that trailer costs that you are hauling with your rig.
If it was like between 1000 to 1300 I would go and buy one! Are there any used ones?have you seen used for sale?
Trailers for big rigs are expensive but you make money with them!
Regular dry van 53 feet,brand new is around 20 000 bucks maybe more!
Reefer trailer are around 40 000
Flat bed are in range 15 000 to 25 000 depends who is making them
Double drop trailer and low bow are 50 000

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Very nice truck!

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Must be easy to load up the bikes with it being so low
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indeed!!! tailgate down is at my knees. i love it.
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Thought of Lowering my f150 for my bike, but there's no way with all curbs around here. I even went as far to look into putting hydraulics on it, just never found anything that would be compatible! Raise it up as I'm driving around, drop it down when I need to load up...perfect combo.


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Those Kendon trailers you guys have are nice.... need to stop spending money on parts for the bike and save up for one.

While i dont have one, this has to do, pulled on the Acura TL.

Btw, more than a few times we use to just lift my friends bike on the bed of the truck, thankfully he bought a ramp.
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Just curious on the 2 bikes in the truck bed in opposite directions. How does one load the rear facing bike in the bed?

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