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    Re: Looking For Feedback on Condition or Damage to Motorcycle on Long Open Trailer Tr

    Here's some pics of my ST on an open trailer with mesh bottom



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    Re: Looking For Feedback on Condition or Damage to Motorcycle on Long Open Trailer Tr

    Quote Originally Posted by Moto-Charlie View Post
    Thanks to all - great info and very informative. I appreciate Grabcon and paulcb circling back to the original question of damage. I hadn't thought much about solid vs perforated floor - glad that came up. I'm not inclined to spend $600 for a cover either, but I might be tempted to go up to $300 for a Geza. I tend to keep my bikes for a long time, so $300 over another 5 - 10 years isn't much. We'll see - got to sort out the trailer choice first.

    STGUY - the pics are helpful. I get the impression that having a good wheel chock goes a long way to easily and safely securing the bike.
    Yes, I was at the Chicago MC show when I saw these chocks. They were made local in Sycamore, IL. I went over there and they walked me through the facility. Bought their straps and E-track. Found the chock on eBay cheaper. Bought 2nd one used. These are very secure and are good for my peace of mind.
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    Re: Looking For Feedback on Condition or Damage to Motorcycle on Long Open Trailer Tr

    On my list to do is building a trailer with this concept in mind...

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    Re: Looking For Feedback on Condition or Damage to Motorcycle on Long Open Trailer Tr

    That's pretty wild

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