I was going to ask what your budget was like. My trailer was made from a 40"x48" Trailer from Northern Tool. I bolted a 20 cu. ft. Cargo carrier to it and it served us well for several years.[/QUOTE
Hey thank you very much. I'm going to check with Vic Only because they have the Entourage listed. So Ill call the direct after our Remembrance Day weekend is over. Could be pricey with exchange rate, shipping, taxes and duties but new and maybe worth it overall.
I have two friends that have those trailers and they both love them. One of them lives in Ontario and pulls it every year to the Mid-Atlantic Meet behind his M109R. It is cool how the trailer leans with the bike. Eliminates the need for a pivioting hitch.I don't have one but I'd like to. I like the look and function of these. I like how they pull and that I could take it off and leave it in my hotel room.
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Making the fenderwells out of saddlebags ike what you indicated is a great idea. You could also get those aftermarket ones that are supposed to be the same at an affordable price too.I've always like the look of the Bushtec Entourage with the XC, but they don't offer that specific model anymore. This is the one that caught my eye I found online. BUSHTEC TRAILERS PERFECT MATCH WITH VICTORY
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I now realize that if I ever decided to pull a trailer, I'd take molds of my saddlebags and fender and make one myself out of fiberglass that perfectly matches the lines of the bike (or pick up a couple used damaged bags and use those to build it out something I like.
Many guys will go pick a cheap trailer up at Harbor Freight or many of the other manufacturers, depending on your needs. The hitch is going to be the key, make sure you get a solid well-made hitch and then whatever you decide to pull behind should be good.
It's not mine, just saw it online a couple years ago when I was looking to go that route. But I agree, it's a nice trailer and flows well.Making the fenderwells out of saddlebags ike what you indicated is a great idea. You could also get those aftermarket ones that are supposed to be the same at an affordable price too.
The trailer you have now though is very nice!