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Author Topic: Trailer suggestions for towing CVO roadglide  (Read 1255 times)

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2smoke

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Re: Trailer suggestions for towing CVO roadglide
« Reply #15 on: August 14, 2020, 10:26:34 AM »

Forget open trailers- you spend lots of cash and time making your bike look pretty and then tow it on an open trailer through the rain, dust, snow etc. No way! Buy an enclosed aluminum trailer and you'll never look back. You'll have piece of mind that your bike is safe. The extra space to carry gear and your tools is priceless.
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Re: Trailer suggestions for towing CVO roadglide
« Reply #16 on: August 14, 2020, 10:47:25 AM »

Forget open trailers- you spend lots of cash and time making your bike look pretty and then tow it on an open trailer through the rain, dust, snow etc. No way! Buy an enclosed aluminum trailer and you'll never look back. You'll have piece of mind that your bike is safe. The extra space to carry gear and your tools is priceless.

If you are worried about keeping the bike clean, buy a Geza Gear cover, protects 100%. I like the open trailer as it makes observing/checking the tie downs much easier and quicker. I towed two baggers f/ AB to AZ in a 7x14 enclosed trailer and unbeknownst to me the tie downs on one became loose and damaged both bikes.
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Re: Trailer suggestions for towing CVO roadglide
« Reply #17 on: August 15, 2020, 12:00:39 PM »

I have a 7x14 enclosed trailer made by stealth. It holds two bikes no problem and like stated before, it's like having a traveling garage. Done riding for the day and they get put on the trailer every night. Keeps them protected from any storms that might roll through over night and keeps people from messing with them. Not only that but when driving down the road if you get caught in bad weather they are protected from any potential damage.
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Re: Trailer suggestions for towing CVO roadglide
« Reply #18 on: September 12, 2020, 01:32:31 PM »

Iron horse  is the way to go. Very light and goes thru the wind great. Great people. i have been to CA then FL 3 times no problems. i added a camera to the back to see what is going on . Billy
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Re: Trailer suggestions for towing CVO roadglide
« Reply #19 on: September 13, 2020, 08:42:17 PM »

I just received a quote from a Texas dealer and yes the are pricey.

Twice what an aluminum trailer would be.

Sure are nice though.

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