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Motolug trailer

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Crispy, Apr 19, 2017.

  1. Crispy

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    I've been offered a nearly new Motolug trailer for free! Anyone have any experience of them? I'd be using it to transport my supermoto to track days mostly and occasionally my 675.
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  2. Frequent Flyer

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    You lucky, lucky... Nice one, they look like great bits of kit from what i've seen of them at TDs, especially for supersport/supermoto weight bikes. Didn't @Captain Steffydog have one of these previously?
     
  3. W_esty

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    I've had a double one for a year and a half
    Being collapsible it's perfect for me

    No issues to report yet I don't use it frequently
    Enjoy you lucky lad!
     
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  4. Crispy

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    Two posts in and all is cool! Happy days.

    I better get looking into installing a tow bar :D
     
  5. Captain Steffydog

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    Check my track bike thread. I had one, very nice.

    Sold it as almost new £650 iirc.

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  6. mike_b

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    As above, lucky you! Fantastic bit of kit. Used mine for my Daytona, street triple and gas gas trials bike.

    Would recommend buying a spare bolt kit to keep in the car when using it. I have had a circlip fall out when in use.

    Done some good miles with mine though, Surrey to Lancashire, Surrey to South Wales, all good (apart from the circlip losing experience!)
     

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