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KOOL!! Want to be there!! I like the GWing. I have rode the 4 cyl one just not the newer ones. I have thought about using a 4x8 Aluminum trailer, Low deck,rear ramp. Using a Gwing 6 cylinder and Using that to go pick up finds from ebay, craigslist. OLD Sleds, motorcycles, bicycles, lawn tractors, parts ect. Have fun doing it!! Or now the 1300 Spyder motorcycle...
 

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KOOL!! Want to be there!! I like the GWing. I have rode the 4 cyl one just not the newer ones. I have thought about using a 4x8 Aluminum trailer, Low deck,rear ramp. Using a Gwing 6 cylinder and Using that to go pick up finds from ebay, craigslist. OLD Sleds, motorcycles, bicycles, lawn tractors, parts ect. Have fun doing it!! Or now the 1300 Spyder motorcycle...
That would be something!

I've never hauled a trailer before behind a motorcycle.
 

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As a teen I hooked the cart I use on the tractor to the back of my moped and hauled a push mower in it. Definitely changes the feel and balance even with only 100 lbs total back there. Sort of the tail wagging the dog thing was going on. But I suppose it is all relative like using a small car to tow compared to a truck. With those big heavy bikes maybe you do not feel the trailer swaying and kicking as much as you would think?
 

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Hard core motorcycle enthusiasts! Flat tires won't slow these guys down much. (I'd want to ride the Kawie to go get the tire fixed, seeing as it's totally street legal.) NOT! Definite wheelies through all 5 gears on either one, though. I can't even imagine how feather light that bike would feel after towing it with a bike at least twice the weight. lt 111
 
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