Show me your trailer

Discussion in 'Busa Haulers' started by GSXcite, Feb 13, 2007.

  1. GSXcite

    GSXcite Squirrel Master Donating Member

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    I have waited a long time to get the enclosed trailer for the bikes. I finally pulled the trigger on a 8' X 20' that I will take delivery of next week. I will be rigging it for the busa bash, and will be putting in a work bench, storage for helmets, hanger for jackets and pants, and a place for the generator and air compressor. I also intend on mounting some lighting inside and some floods for the outside. Would any of you guys who have an enclosed trailer post some pics of the inside to give me some idea of how to best utilize the space.
     
  2. OZZY

    OZZY DOIN' WORK... Donating Member

    its not enclosed but this is what i have.  had a buddy build my wheel chocks.  the are very very similar to the condor chocks but only cost me 40 bucks to build 2 of them and a rear stand.  im jealous of u now.  i would love to have a trailer that size.  thats alot of area to setup a darn nice mini shop on wheels....

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  3. Powers739

    Powers739 Donating Member

    It's not brand new, but it works for me. I just wish it had the vee nose and rear ramp type door. Wells Cargo 8x12 tandam axle. E-channel tie downs, baxley LA Chock, it has track lighting on the inside, just run a extension chord and your good as gold. The best thing, $1000! Came with brand new spare, folding loading ramp, and 6 pingel type wheel chocks that I don't use, and don't know what to do with. They are the narrow chocks for dirt bikes...

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  4. OZZY

    OZZY DOIN' WORK... Donating Member

    wow power.... u got a STEAL!!!!!!!
     
  5. here you go!
     

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  6. GSXcite

    GSXcite Squirrel Master Donating Member

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    (ozzy04 @ Feb. 13 2007,17:16)</div><div id="QUOTEHEAD">QUOTE</div><div id="QUOTE">its not enclosed but this is what i have.  had a buddy build my wheel chocks.  the are very very similar to the condor chocks but only cost me 40 bucks to build 2 of them and a rear stand.  im jealous of u now.  i would love to have a trailer that size.  thats alot of area to setup a darn nice mini shop on wheels....

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    Nice looking chocks, and the price was right too. I have a baxley sport chock for the busa, and some regular loop type for the wifes bike and one other. Would like to get 3 more sport chocks since I will be hauling at least 4 busas to the bash, but at $200 a pop may have to wait on that. The hoop type worked ok for us last year in the trailer I rented. Thanks for the pics.
     
  7. ranman

    ranman busaless but lovin the weather Donating Member

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    here is my birthday gift.
    i have not had the chance to do any work on it yet.
    i`m going to tile the floor, put luan on the walls and cieling and paint. more lights,
     

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  8. ranman

    ranman busaless but lovin the weather Donating Member

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    i want better wheel chocks
     

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  9. GSXcite

    GSXcite Squirrel Master Donating Member

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    (Powers739 @ Feb. 13 2007,17:28)</div><div id="QUOTEHEAD">QUOTE</div><div id="QUOTE">It's not brand new, but it works for me.  I just wish it had the vee nose and rear ramp type door.  Wells Cargo 8x12 tandam axle.  E-channel tie downs, baxley LA Chock, it has track lighting on the inside, just run a extension chord and your good as gold.  The best thing, $1000!  Came with brand new spare, folding loading ramp, and 6 pingel type wheel chocks that I don't use, and don't know what to do with.  They are the narrow chocks for dirt bikes...

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    Wow, nice trailer for $1K!! Wells cargo makes a great trailer. Your pic reminds me of another thing I want to do. I also have a spare wheel for the front and rear, complete with the rotors, bearings and spacers. I would like to mount them on the walls of the trailer somehow. Was thinking of getting some old used axels and welding them on a mounting plate to attach to the walls. Anybody got some old axels that are unusable on the busa that you want to get ride of? Thanks for the pics of your rig, lookin good. [​IMG]
     
  10. OZZY

    OZZY DOIN' WORK... Donating Member

    if u can weld or know anybody that can they were trather easy to build. mine were made out of 1inch square tubing. here is a better pic of the wheel chock and rear stand.

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  11. GSXcite

    GSXcite Squirrel Master Donating Member

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    (Smoke_Dog @ Feb. 13 2007,17:37)</div><div id="QUOTEHEAD">QUOTE</div><div id="QUOTE">here you go!</div>
    Sweet looking rig dog. Love the matching color of the truck and trailer. That is one reason it took me some time to find the right trailer. I too will be pulling the trailer with a F-150, red in color. The trailer I'm getting matches the red almost perfect! Do you have any pics of the inside of that bad boy?
     
  12. heavybusa

    heavybusa Just another guy Donating Member

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    Where Vinnys new trailer? [​IMG]

    I dont have one to add.
     
  13. GSXcite

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    (ranman @ Feb. 13 2007,17:43)</div><div id="QUOTEHEAD">QUOTE</div><div id="QUOTE">i want better wheel chocks</div>
    Thats bad azz! Is that a featherlite? How long, 16 '? I thought I was anal for wanting a trailer and truck to match my 05 red/black busa. Looks like I'm not alone. Bet that pulls nice. What you pull it with? Thanks for posting. [​IMG]
     
  14. GSXcite

    GSXcite Squirrel Master Donating Member

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    (ozzy04 @ Feb. 13 2007,17:49)</div><div id="QUOTEHEAD">QUOTE</div><div id="QUOTE">if u can weld or know anybody that can they were trather easy to build.  mine were made out of 1inch square tubing.  here is a better pic of the wheel chock and rear stand.  

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    Was a metalsmith in the Navy, so I can weld. May have to build a couple of those. That stand looks like you could lift up your truck with them! [​IMG]
     
  15. ranman

    ranman busaless but lovin the weather Donating Member

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    (GSXcite @ Feb. 13 2007,18:02)</div><div id="QUOTEHEAD">QUOTE</div><div id="QUOTE"><div>
    (ranman @ Feb. 13 2007,17:43)</div><div id="QUOTEHEAD">QUOTE</div><div id="QUOTE">i want better wheel chocks</div>
    Thats bad azz! Is that a featherlite? How long, 16 '? I thought I was anal for wanting a trailer and truck to match my 05 red/black busa. Looks like I'm not alone. Bet that pulls nice. What you pull it with? Thanks for posting. [​IMG]</div>
    thanks [​IMG]
    its a rance all alum. very light 16X7 with the V.
    i have used my 6cly. explorer but i bought a van to pull it when we move west this summer.
     
  16. black954

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    (GSXcite @ Feb. 13 2007,17:09)</div><div id="QUOTEHEAD">QUOTE</div><div id="QUOTE">I have waited a long time to get the enclosed trailer for the bikes. I finally pulled the trigger on a 8' X 20' that I will take delivery of next week. I will be rigging it for the busa bash, and will be putting in a work bench, storage for helmets, hanger for jackets and pants, and a place for the generator and air compressor. I also intend on mounting some lighting inside and some floods for the outside. Would any of you guys who have an enclosed trailer post some pics of the inside to give me some idea of how to best utilize the space.</div>
    8'x20' !!!!!!!!!!! What are you going to pull that with?
     
  17. SLA1500

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    Pace American Trailer has a website with some decent interior pics of trailers set up for bikes.
     
  18. 300Busa

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    (ranman @ Feb. 13 2007,19:43)</div><div id="QUOTEHEAD">QUOTE</div><div id="QUOTE">i want better wheel chocks</div>
    I have never seen a water fountain on the outside of a house. [​IMG]
     
  19. Powers739

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  20. Professor

    Professor Hayabusa Immortal Staff Member Administrator

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    Here is a old picture of mine. Don't forget to add the real hardwood flooring! [​IMG]

    Glad to see you get an enclosed!

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