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Thinking about putting a condor chock on a tow dolly to pull our 2010 Goldwing Hannigan trike behind our class A RV.
Thoughts? Anyone have any experience with this?
Thanks in advance.
R\Chris Woods
 

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this would have to be the question to be answered
Will the tranny and clutch get oil while just rolling? Rear diff.... no problem
I would worry about the tranny and clutch.... just how is the engine oil distributed to these areas?
 
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I would not tow a motorcycle or a trike but if I wanted to take one with me behind a vehicle of any type, I'd put it on a trailer.
 

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Sounds like you already have the tow dolly.
If not, for what you pay for the dolly, you could get a decent open trailer. And if you already have the dolly, the damage you cause to the bike would pay for the trailer.
I doubt if the 1800 gets any lubrication to the output shaft unless it's running.
 

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I would also be afraid of all the STRESS it would put on the forks........ they don't usually do the driving... they just get pushed along.... and the angle would be all wrong for them to work to absorb the bumps at all.
Strap her on a trailer............ then no worries......... and no extra miles on the running gear
 
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