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post #1 of 7 Old Mar 10th, 2006, 3:04 pm Thread Starter
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Can anyone ID this Trailer

I need a brand name to give to the tag office so I can get a tag for it..

While you don't need to tag this type of trailer in Oklahoma, I'll need it tagged for the trip to CCR...

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That is an Eagle Trailer. I pulled one for thousands of miles, till I got a good deal on a Bushtec. They pull great, but sure could use some suspension. I sold it for more than I paid for it some 10 years before.

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Thanks Jim,

I just got a call from the Tag Office and the State of Oklahoma will not allow me to tag this trailer. They will give me a letter to carry with me that will inform the officer who will stop me that I don't require a tag.....OK Leo's. Do you stop motorcycles with trailers that aren't tagged ???
I 'm just wanting to avoid the inevitable traffic stop, you know ?

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Hey John,

I have pulled a Unigo since 2002 and in South Carolina our trailers are not required to have a tag. I have now pulled it through twenty five states and gotten one speeding ticket with it but never been questioned about a tag for the trailer.

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Jeff that trip to CCR 2002 was great until you went through Decator, TX wasn't it? Gives us someting to talk about............AH the good old days.

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I was behind an eagle pulled by a Harley when the wheel bearings failed. He got it stopped before the wheel came off, but we spent 2 days in Mt. View, Ar trying to find bearings for it. Those have been around for years and I still know people that own them. They will not part with them either.

Enjoy it , but check those wheel bearings out.


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Sounds Like I just needs to get me a new set and be done with it.

Since I don't know how old these are, I don't want to risk a failure going to CCr..

I did get the lights hooked up this weekend and gave it a test tow.. It did just fine...


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