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    I am starting to look around at enclosed trailers. I want to get something nice but nothing extravagant. More functional than looks. Maybe like a 2-3 bike trailer that I can also haul a snow mobile around in and take camping or use for general purpose. Any recommendations? I am probably looking to buy around Spring time.
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    USA trailer in new boston and monroe.
    http://www.usa-trailer.com/
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    Thanks. Any idea what size fits 2-3 bikes? Like their first model is a 6 x 12. Is that a single bike trailer?
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    How much coin you willing to drop big daddy.

    BTW, on a unrelated note, judging by your FB posts you might be father of the year, good on ya Paul.

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    lol, I do what I can. I applied for father of the decade because I have a new kid on the way due March 28, 2014. Motherfuckers like me don't know when to quit.

    I am in the $3,000-$10,000 range including the condor fucking no straps required ride the motherfucking bike onto the trailer and it locks it fucking self in done deal fucking no more compressed shocks or broken clip ons shit. If I could find a link I would post it but all the big shot motherfuckers with race bikes use the system. When the bike goes onto the trailer it clicks in and holds it in place. I fucking hate straps and sick of fucking around with them. Fuck gas mileage I want enclosed for a variety of purposes including I could throw a fucking mattress in the motherfucker and sleep in it if I felt froggy.
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    3 to 10 K...wtf, that's a pretty wide margin, you remind me of these gomers coming in to buy cars, looking at Caddys and wantin a $200 payment. So you really want to spend 5 to 7 right?
    I hear ya on the straps they do get old.

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    I want to get a good deal but I also want to get a nice trailer and hassle free loading / securing, etc. Yeah so 5-7 range is probably about right. If an umbrella comes with it then I could go $10k.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudpuppy View Post
    Thanks. Any idea what size fits 2-3 bikes? Like their first model is a 6 x 12. Is that a single bike trailer?
    Mud...there are so many options that you can consider....like a 7x14 should fit 2-3 bikes or look into different lengths and widths....tandem axle is the way to go...
    but like for snowmobiles...when I had my sled...we had a V-nose all aluminum...ride on ...ride off the front of the trailer....V-nose trailers cut the wind better when pulling...

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    The v-nose have the front ramp for riding off then, eh? I might want to go that route. I end up pulling sleds out of the snow enough and it is a pain in the ass would rather not have to man handle it off the trailer. I am just looking for ideas / suggestions at this point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudpuppy View Post
    The v-nose have the front ramp for riding off then, eh? I might want to go that route. I end up pulling sleds out of the snow enough and it is a pain in the ass would rather not have to man handle it off the trailer. I am just looking for ideas / suggestions at this point.
    yeah...the one side of the v-nose opens up and you ride off the front...hold on a sec and let me see if I can find a pic or linky for ya

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