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Post your trackday haulers!!!

I searched but don't see a dedicated thread. Thought this would be a very informative thread for current/future owners.

I'll start: 2008 Tundra CrewMax. I have no problems hauling two bikes though I have to lower the tailgate w/Ready Ramp for added insurance.


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i would love to see how guys have their trailers set up.
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I rock a 91 Mitsubishi Expess MWB tradesmans van. Perfect for getting the racebike to the track. Don't think they have them in the states though.

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I used my buddies F-150 Lariat. He just got rid of it so I have to find something for next year. :(

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i would love to see how guys have their trailers set up.
There are a couple trailer threads:

https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.p...railers&page=2
https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.p...light=trailers

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Track Day necessities for 2 riders:

2 sets of stands, huge tool box,parts, 4 people, gas, 4 sets of tires, big generator, 2 chocks, 2 bikes, ummm, tent deal, 5-6 chairs, cooler for the goods ;), first aid stuff, I know I'm forgetting stuff..

Pull it with my 07 tacoma 6spd.. THis pic was my buddies trailer. Nothing special..





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No pics but I rock a Black on Black Jeep Comander with a orange on orange uhaul trailer.

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There seems to be common thing going on with Toyota's being used for our haulers. Well heres mine!
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I dont have a pic of my trailer, its just a cheap 6x10.
hopefully Ill get an enclosed 6x10 in the near future.
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Does your bike slide around when you have it on a rear stand going through turns and/or speed in excess of 70? Seems a bit sketchy to me.

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Honda Pilot (got three kids I have to haul around) and a Red Trailer. I got the trailer because it folds up so I can store it in the garage.







I added a Pit Bull trailer restraint. This thing eliminates the need for any tie-downs. Here is a video.


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The Truck and Trailer (truck finally got some new wheels though )


The RC51 in track gear at Grattan, and street plastics at Biketoberfest. I was using it for street riding and track days both. Now that I've got a new track bike the RC is finally seen her last day the track..... maybe. LOL




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..... Someone please tell photobucket that those pictures are too big. Damn!
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Photobucket has an editing feature. You guys can resize.

That's the first repsol RC51 I've ever seen. Niceeeee!

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thats the only pic i have and that was my first trackday too

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^^ who makes that trailer?

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That's the first repsol RC51 I've ever seen. Niceeeee!

Thanks man, I absolutely adore that bike.
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My toy hauler '07 Dodge Caliber SXT, 2.0L 4 banger :) Slow as hell with a full size trailer, does alright with the flat trailer.


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i drive my bike to the track. lol.
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Does your bike slide around when you have it on a rear stand going through turns and/or speed in excess of 70? Seems a bit sketchy to me.
+1..... When I first started, I put the bike on the stand and it bounced off and scratched the hell out of my swing arm. Careful bra......

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i drive my bike to the track. lol.
I actually thought about that.
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^^ who makes that trailer?
its my friends and dont know that he picked it up for like $300

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I actually thought about that.
that's what most people in Europe do....ride their bikes to the track and back :)
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Wait for it...








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I just carry everything on my car hauler (flatbed trailer) that's been modified to carry up to six motorcycles, or 1 69'camaro. HEHE

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It's kind of a bitch to get the dirtbike on though.

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