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You should be able to post now. I think it's two posts. They are trying to weed out bots.

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Weeding out bots is a noble cause. I'll piggyback here for the same reason.
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I will go ahead and get my second one out of the way as well.
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Trying to get some help of best way to tow my 2012 XC to Arizona from Minnesota for a April ride. In April there's usually snow yet in Mn so I can't really drive it down there. I don't have a trailer that would quite load the heavy thing very easily with only my gf as help. Do uhaul trailers have a enclosed trailer that would accommodate my needs? Or maybe bite the bullet and buy one?


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Trailers are great to have for many things, so I'd buy one.

I bought a good used unmarked enclosed trailer which is anonymous because no one else needs to infer I'm carrying anything interesting. I consider "vanity trailers" such as those frequently emblazoned with the names of a certain other motorcycle marque to be childish theft bait.

One of my buds asked why I don't get a "pretty" trailer, and I said that I'd rather improve my security by parking next to his pretty trailer.

White is a common, anonymous color and doesn't get as hot in summer so you can use it for a place to stay if you like.

I always get dual axle trailers. If you lose one tire you can limp to safety and not be forced to halt immediately for a tire change.

Weight capacity is good. More is better. If you go used, repack or replace the wheel bearings and do a thorough inspection.

Mine resembles the attached pic. It's deck is low enough that I pushed my FXR into it single-handed fairly easily and has E-Track strips for cargo securement (great for motorcycles). I use old mobile home beam for ramps. It was free and the edges keep wheels in the ramp.

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Okay thanks for the thoughts. I may have to see if any relatives have one to borrow otherwise I'll have to consider biting the bullet, and buy one.


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