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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-15-2011, 11:17 PM Thread Starter
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Unigo Touring trailer for sale

For Sale: 2006 Unigo Motorcycle Cargo Trailer

I'm selling my Unigo Touring trailer. The trailer is in excellent condition with the optional features listed below.

Lid Lock Brushed Chrome Combination Lock
Polished Alloy Wheel
Chrome Plated Drawbar
Interior Light
Power Outlet
Stone Chip Protection Plastic Protective Covering
Alloy Handle Polished Alloy
2 piece Interior Luggage
Vertical Receiver to Uni-Go adapter
Polished Receiver
Spare wheel and tire

The trailer is very light weight and easy to tow. It is painted to match a 2007 Yamaha Venture. I've towed the trailer approximately 20,000 miles. The trailer is located near Lexington, KY.

Price: $1500

If interested I can be reached at traynor97@gmail.com
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-18-2011, 10:18 PM
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What would I need to hitch this up to my Wing? (Besides the fifteen hundred smollies!) Currently, I don't have a hitch but is there a special hitch from Unigo that is needed?

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You would need a hitch similar to the Kuryakyn hitch. I use a vertical receiver hitch and the Unigo adaptor that plugs into it is included.

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Many of the people I know who tow Unigo's use the Bushtec vertical hitch but it it pricey (around $350).
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Looks hard to balance??????

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Looks hard to balance??????
Actually they lean with bike and one scarcely knows it is back there. Also very light and aerodynamic so doesn't affect gas mileage like a 2-wheel trailer.
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Looks hard to balance??????
No, not at all. As Remphoto stated once underway you don't really notice it. Another benefit is the single track. You don't have to worry about 3 tracks as with other trailers when you're trying to dodge potholes.

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The trailer has been sold.

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