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    ** Sold ** Rampless Motorcycle Trailer...

    This is the perfect motorcycle trailer for large or heavy bikes.
    Lowers to the ground for loading... no ramp design allows you to flat-foot your bike all the way into the wheel chocks.
    The large heavy duty adjustable wheel chocks allow you to get off your bike and secure the tie-downs while the bike remains upright.
    Then you just crank up the mechanism and insert the four lock-pins for a totally secured tow.
    I've added additional tie-down points specifically for my Honda Gold Wing as well.
    Diamond plate panels between the rails allow sure-footing during load and unload.
    This is a very well built and well designed trailer.
    Many rampless designs require the tongue of the trailer to be unhitched when loading, this trailer does not... which is much safer.

    I have only used this trailer for one trip from the bay area to Lake Tahoe (Link here).
    It towed and performed flawlessly. It has otherwise been stored indoors.
    I have no idea who manufactured this trailer originally, as I bought it unused from another Craigslist bike enthusiast.
    I upgraded a few pieces, touched up the paint, and added the wheel chocks.
    It has no license plate yet, and will need a Blue Tag applied by DMV or CHP for use here in CA (other states may vary).
    I will provide a bill-of-sale as necessary.

    Don't trust your heavy bikes on some light-weight, fold-up style trailer with cheap sagging expanded mesh and tiny wheels.
    And one more thing... you'll NEVER leave your dangerous ramp behind again!

    $2850
    Located in Hollister, CA
    (30 mins South of the SF Bay Area)

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    Last edited by JMartin; 02-10-2018 at 07:40 PM. Reason: Sold

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    Re: Rampless Motorcycle Trailer...

    Nice design. I've had trouble with the ramp style trailers where you drive it up a ramp and hope it doesn't catch something under the bike. Wish it was over here on the East coast.
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    Re: Rampless Motorcycle Trailer...

    To address questions asked by another forum member, I thought I would put the answers here as well.

    The rails are 10 inches wide and about 2 inches deep (where the tires sit).
    The two outside rails are 35 inches apart (center to center).
    The rails are 8 feet long (from the front of the wheel chock to the end of the rail).
    The distance between the two fenders is 81.5 inches clear.
    The red F6B in the pictures has a 67 inch wheelbase (quite long).

    Hope that helps everyone.

    Jim

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    Re: Rampless Motorcycle Trailer...

    Update:
    The trailer now has a VIN assigned by the CHP and will be transferred with the paperwork necessary for a CA Title and registration.

    Pending a visit from a fellow forum member, this may be sold this Saturday.
    I'll update the post either way.

    Thanx,

    Jim

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    Re: Rampless Motorcycle Trailer...

    That is very neat....I like that truck as well...

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    Re: Rampless Motorcycle Trailer...

    Now that is a trailer I like. I seen the ones that you have to unhitch to get it on the ground to load. I just like it to be hitch to a vehicle when loading and unloading. Wish you were closer.
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    Re: Rampless Motorcycle Trailer...

    Sorta reminds of a reverse pop up mechanism, only it's a drop down...

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    Re: Rampless Motorcycle Trailer...

    ** Sold **

    Thanx for the interest everyone.

    Jim

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    Re: Rampless Motorcycle Trailer...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ElfmOZSIP4

    My brother in Calif. makes a hydraulic version of this.
    I think this link to your tube will work. If not Google TRP corp trailers

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