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Discussion in 'Off The Wall Campers' started by natty bumppo, May 2, 2014.
Why tow when you can carry.
My DH just saw the pic and said travel all over the country and then get killed buying a loaf of bread in your car.
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Are we sure they are towing it? Maybe they backed into it and it got stuck there. Hahaha
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That's the only reason I would own one of them.
I wonder if it would fit on my motorcycle trailer? I could bring it along in case it rains.
Awww, that's nothing.
Is it my imagination or are there two different size rims?
I have a friend in Illinois with a motorcycle repair business. He rides a Goldwing with a sidecar frame attached. He has a single ramp on the sidecar and will haul fully dressed Harleys on the sidecar frame. Quite the sight going down the Interstate.
The photo is deceptive. It's actually a small tire under the tongue to keep the weight off of the bike's frame.
Here's my favorite towing shot;
You can't beat a Goldwing!
Can't beat a goldwing...have you heard of Harley?
I've heard of them.
I always see them on the side of the road getting put into the back of a pickup, though. Never seen one towing...
FYI-I used to be at Easyrider magazine all the time. The Lou (the owner) was my friend's mom's boyfriend. I rode a Suzuki GS1100E at the time.
"Yeah, but mine always runs," came out of my mouth quite often!
It actually got high test crash ratings. I know someone who has one as their main vehicle. She is a traveling hospice nurse in Northern Ohio. She's been through 2 winters with it and loves it.
It would be so much more convenient for a motorhome than towing. You could actually back up!
And then there's really ridiculous.
I've actually owned quite a few of them.
In fact, I rode my first Goldwing from the Harley dealer while he was rebuilding my Bicentennial Classic.
That friend in Illinois runs a Harley shop. The Goldwing is his shop truck.
It gets great crash test ratings, but the secondary and tertiary impacts are what scare me.
In the NHTSA head-on crash test, the Smart "bounced" backwards and went into the walls of the crash test building. It was a first for the NHTSA.
You can have a ping pong ball made of Kryptonite, but it's still a ping pong ball.
My life is worth more than a few gallons of gas.
I got some pretty good stares in town they day I did this.
And this is my friends Rig --
This has been "educational"! I once saw was a shirtless dude on a motor cycle w/ a gun across his lap and towing a jon boat. Sadly it was before cell phone cameras
LOL!! True...Its the same premise as the "large" person, losing the remote...
Any idea if the picture of the smart car is legitimate and not photochopped?
Either way, you won't find me in a smart-car, ever. I actually giggle every time I see one. It is ironic to me that it is a "Smart" car, because it's the dumbest buying decision someone could make.