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    Penfold Guest

    Re: Pav 40 Trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by SX 150 View Post
    Posibly my favorate bike with a trailer ever.....
    That's a Schuring Freebird trailer.

    Very nice bike and trailer! An excellent exampled of using a trailer to carry all your camping gear and allowing you to keep your Chop's clean lines! :439:

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    Re: Pav 40 Trailers

    If anyone is interested I have a PAV41. Restored, new tyre, tube, doubled up wheel bearings,rack,twin front fold up stands, towing joint and leather clad with roadking buckles (l.e.d indicators and 5 pin plug ready to fit) UK speed rated data plate .
    If your interested send PM.
    Chris

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    Re: Pav 40 Trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by hollandc View Post
    If anyone is interested I have a PAV41. Restored, new tyre, tube, doubled up wheel bearings,rack,twin front fold up stands, towing joint and leather clad with roadking buckles (l.e.d indicators and 5 pin plug ready to fit) UK speed rated data plate .
    If your interested send PM.
    Chris
    pm sent mate:wink:

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    Re: Pav 40 Trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor View Post
    Requires a hollow rear axle though

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    Re: Pav 40 Trailers

    [quote=Roger;673307]Requires a hollow rear axle though[/quote

    That is the easiest way way if you have a hollow spindle, they are developing other fixings but these will leave brackets on the bike.

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    Re: Pav 40 Trailers

    Found this site dedicated to single wheel trailers.

    THe one that stands out is Cyclops Trailers....trouble is they're in Canada....and they're French (:wink.

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    Re: Pav 40 Trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by hollandc View Post
    If anyone is interested I have a PAV41. Restored, new tyre, tube, doubled up wheel bearings,rack,twin front fold up stands, towing joint and leather clad with roadking buckles (l.e.d indicators and 5 pin plug ready to fit) UK speed rated data plate .
    If your interested send PM.
    Chris
    If you still have the PAV41 I would be interested. Let me know

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    pippin Guest

    Re: Pav 40 Trailers

    I agree m8 that one is good,and the right size to make it all worth while having a trailer.



    uote=SX 150;668380]Posibly my favorate bike with a trailer ever......
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    Re: Pav 40 Trailers

    we all know the biggest prob on a bike is the bulk/weight of carrying all the camping gear,now these trailers are great .

    but would it be possible to take it a stage further, A trailer tent for a bike.

    1) idea is maybe ,to have a trailer with built in self inflating tent,with built in airbed along the same lines as a bouncy castle,or self inflating emergency life rafts?? air beds.

    or is this idea already out there? or a simpler method in design along the same lines as a car hauled trailer tent but more compact

    I mean imagine the senario ?you pull up at a rally its pissing down,dark,you have just rode a couple of hundred miles,set off on the journey straight after work,unhitch the trailer ,lift the lid, take out the sleeping bags,pull out self-inflating tent ,drop a couple of pegs in......go to beer tent...after a few beers go back to erected tent :439:ready for a kip job done hehe

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