Re: bushtec hitch and trailer
The Bushtech set-up is the way to go. The trailer has plenty of capacity and I can forget its back there. My last trip to the mountains was 4 days on the Cherolaha, Blue Ridge and The Dragon. Not 1 bike passed me. My point is, the Bushtech will allow you to ride your ride. In contrast, I took a trip out west with a conventional trailer ( fiberglass shell, solid axle , std ball hitch). I had to be very careful loading the trailer to get the weight distrubited so the trailer would not weave. Then the darn thing pushed me through corners and required 30% of my concentration. When I got to Vegas, I sold it to a guy at Jack In The Box for the money he had in his pocket. I hated that thing.
If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in 5 years there'd be a shortage of sand--Milton Friedman
Last edited by Yamadog; Jul 20th, 2009 at 6:19 am.