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Offline seed79

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mono trailer
on: 10 Jan 21, 06:14:01
hi all hop your all keep will i would like to get a mono trailer to go on the back of my 2011 Z1000SX
but cant seem to find anywhere in the UK that make them or soon one to make one up
has anyone on here tord a trailer with there Z1000SX if so can i see pic and were did you get it form
keep safe all

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Offline BrianBRD

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Re: mono trailer
Reply #1 on: 11 Jan 21, 07:44:07
Sorry, no disrespect but isn't that like asking a Race Horse to pull a Donkey cart? Why would you want to?
Brian

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Offline DDHughes

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Re: mono trailer
Reply #2 on: 11 Jan 21, 09:12:24

The only bikes that I've ever seen towing trailers are Harley Davidsons, and I've always assumed the trailer is full of spare parts and tools to complete the journey.  :745:

Please don't look for a mono trailer, pack lighter and enjoy your bike for what it is.

My advice  -  Buy a car if you must -  Quite popular in the UK and in Austria, too.

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Offline BrianBRD

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Re: mono trailer
Reply #3 on: 11 Jan 21, 09:19:54
I once bought a Goldwing and joined a Goldwing club - that was an experience! First question I was asked was when was I buying a Trailer so I could pack the big tents for the Wingdings - A series of Wing rallies they have. I didn't return to that club after the first night - very strange breed.
Brian

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Offline whyhaveone

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Re: mono trailer
Reply #4 on: 11 Jan 21, 10:47:24
I wasn't going to reply as I could not believe that the question was asked. However, in an effort to be helpful it would be better to get another bike to do this to - please.  :034: :034: :034:
Kawasaki: 1975 250-S1C; 1977 Z650-B1; 1980 Z1000 MKII A3; 2011 ER6n; 2013 Z1000SX ABS; 2016 Z1000SX ABS Tourer, 2020 Ninja 1000SX Performance Tourer.

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Online Scotty001

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Re: mono trailer
Reply #5 on: 11 Jan 21, 05:40:16
Looks like these guys can build you one
http://www.mono-trail.co.uk/motorcycle-trailer-fitment.html

Or  you could reverse your thinking and do down this route
 

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Offline NinjaSquared2

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Re: mono trailer
Reply #6 on: 12 Jan 21, 09:50:58
Lmao.

Please just get a car

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Offline plodgeman

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Re: mono trailer
Reply #7 on: 12 Jan 21, 08:49:27
For the life of me I am unable to remember the make but, in the mid 80's there was a company making a 'sidecar' on which the wheel used to lean with the bike. It was used to get around the learner restrictions for solos.

They also started to make small mono-trailers for bikes, tried one on the rear of an FJ600 and you really couldn't tell it was there.

Not for me but, I understand where you are coming from.

I also understand the replies you're getting as the SX really, IMO, is more sporty than that type of bike. (I would also say that my old 1250 Bandit was a far better tourer  :005: )

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Offline plodgeman

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Re: mono trailer
Reply #9 on: 13 Jan 21, 11:48:55

 :047: :047: Yeah, I remembered at about 1.00 this morning but I was fe**d if I was getting up to post it on here  :008:

 



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