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Old 05-11-2022, 05:27 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Thank you guys for the responses. I hope you have seen my thumb nail pictures. I found exactly what I was looking for or so I thought, as two Brands presented itself to me in Internet research over in Europe. One was discontinued, and the other one does not ship to the United States yet. I've been working all day researching how to do this, and I've decided to get the $69 version at Harbor Freight Tools 15in Tire to22 holds an 1800 lb weight capacity, and I will customize it by making extra holes in the adjustable track as needed. I have looked at three or four different YouTube reviews of this where people are adding washers and plastic spacers to erase excessive slop laterally, and people using small skinny boards 1/4to 1/2 inch thick to help the bike roll over into position easier. I am bolting this to an open plywood floor trailer with additional metal strap brace under the plywood as well. I will let you know how this experiment goes! It seems unbelievable to me because of the amount of popularity that the Honda Grom now has, that more manufacturers are not making a more adjustable unit. I don't want to have to buy two separate ones and not have a bigger bike centered in the middle of the front of the trailer. It's just ridiculous. A person needs a one-size-fits-all permanent one-time solution.
06 Chev MonteC JG#24tribute car 30mpg 00 Honda Insight 63MPG 98 Buick Park Ave3.8 33MPG 89 Toyota Corolla wag 53MPG so far 81 VW Rabbit diesel pu 50MPG+ 80 Mercedes 240D stick 30-ish 90 vette 6-speed,29ish 07 Honda ST1300 55MPG 83 Honda 650 GL 64MPG 19 Suzuki dr200 88MPG23 HondaGrom?+Tow K10D Sub 26mpg NEVER,NEVER GIVE UP!
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