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Old March 20th, 2015   #11
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I had strongly considered the unigo trailer but, at close to $2k for the very basic stuff, it was overkill for one trip every year or two. While I was on the site I saw the hitch, reasonably priced but, the unigo ball adapter would have been another $95 and only available in chrome. No thanks, i've got a Victory Kingpin if i feel the need for chrome.
A single wheel is the way to go. I have had both and built both. I don't see ever going back to a 2 wheeler.
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Oh, and single wheel trailers are easy to wash at motels.
I always take it into the room with me.
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Old March 20th, 2015   #13
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I could get a piece of angle iron cut in the shop at work and mail it to you. All it would cost you would be shipping. Probably $5. I could also get all the holes drilled for you, but that would cost a little extra, the guys in the fab shop like beer, so for a little home job, I give them beer money.
Dang, now you tell me! Of course it wold have helped if I had ever asked in the first place.
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A single wheel is the way to go. I have had both and built both. I don't see ever going back to a 2 wheeler.
I've thought about building my own single wheel trailer and even gone so far as discussing with one of my riding buddies. I haven't totally forgotten about it but my free time is about 10% what it was 6 months ago. I guess it won't ever happen if I don't do some simple research...maybe google around for plans & build project documentation.
Anybody here have any lying about?
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maybe google around for plans & build project documentation.
Anybody here have any lying about?
No plans for a trailer, but could post pictures and dimensions of the hitch for anyone interested
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I've thought about building my own single wheel trailer and even gone so far as discussing with one of my riding buddies. I haven't totally forgotten about it but my free time is about 10% what it was 6 months ago. I guess it won't ever happen if I don't do some simple research...maybe google around for plans & build project documentation.
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Well I just happen to have the plans for the one I built. They are for the single wheel I designed, I know of at least 6 that have been made to them.

Here is a link to them, feel free to download and use them. http://people.delphiforums.com/dgula...el_trailer.pdf


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Your design looks alot like the N-Line...
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