Yep, very pricy......................but I likie! I dont care for the Uni hitch, but they do sell an adapter conversion from ball to Uni. I am thinking a Hitch Doc hitch + the adapter + the tourer ought to do me just fine!trippy57 said:Show,
Can't offer any feedback, but I gotta tell ya I really like the idea of the Uni-go trailer.......obviously you've watched the videos on their web-site. I just don't know why they're sooooooooo proud of them. They're damn expensive! Plus you gotta buy their trailer hitch............oh well, when I hit the lottery....hehehehehe! 8)
Now thats just about what I was wanting to read and hear about this trailer. Any issues with the wheel bearings? I had heard early on in production, that was an issue!snush said:I pull the unigo trailer. I've had it since 04. I have logged over 20,000 miles with it. As far as the hitch goes, I had one made at dauntless motors. The receiver part of the hitch is mounted inside the fender. The actual hitch is removable. When the hitch is removed, you can't tell there is a hitch on the bike. The only drawback with the hitch is that you cannot use a tire wider than stock.
Once you get enough practice, backing up is no big deal. Mine is black with all the hardware and wheel being chrome. I have also customized it by fabricating a retro fender and lighting so it matches my 02 retro.
It's definitly a head turner. Yes it is pricy! But very cool. Large enough to pack what you NEED . Small enough to roll into any motel. Just like luggage on wheels. Water tight and light weight. If it were larger, the wife would fill it. Can't even tell it's back there when going down the road, even thru the twisties. It leans the same as the bike. I've been up to 125 mph with 2up with no problems. As you can tell , I LIKE IT ! :wink:
Dont sweat the pictures as I am going to Ohio very soon to see these things in person................................I am in STL, and have already emailed them for availability of the model I want.................... :lol:snush said:By the way , They are made in the USA now. Had mine shipped in from New Zealand. Now they are in Lebanon ,OH. . Just 30 minutes fron my house