Join Date: Apr 2002
Location: San Jose, CA, USA
I guess the first question would be - what are the specs for the trailer (gross weight, max load, max tongue weight, etc.). If the 2 bikes true curb weight (don't use the dry wight from the spec sheets, and include any stuff you plan to store on the bikes while hauling them) don't exceed the specs, then you're getting into the ballpark. After that its the physical ability of the two bikes to exist on the trailer (said another way, they don't bang into each other and/or can be loaded on there at the same time). A tape measure and a test load can tell you a lot about that. Also be sure to check the rails are long enough for these bikes. The LT is certainly longer that your previous two bikes.
San Jose, CA
2010 R1200RT Polar Metallic
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