moto-mule a cargo trailer to pull behind your dual sport motorcycle

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by MrBracket, Nov 16, 2011.

  1. Erod

    Erod Adventurer

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    Anyone selling a moto mule?
  2. ben2go

    ben2go Moto Flunky

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  3. MooseBuilt

    MooseBuilt MoooooooooOOSE!

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    Hey,:y0!
    anybody got a peek at the "NEW" design. cause this aint FOMOCO here we wanna SEEEEE:y0! it?
    also i'm still saving up for my first one... i'm still a mule virgin....that sounds weird, but i'm going with it...
  4. Bluebone

    Bluebone half band

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    i'm pretty curious too!!
  5. magreene13

    magreene13 Adventurer

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    Just started thinking about one of these for my DR. It would be nice to load up all of your camping stuff, trailer it there and be able to lock it all up when you went out for the day to ride.
  6. Bajaexplorer

    Bajaexplorer Alien

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    went to site a couple of days ago to see what the first month was for delivery. Was going to order one for my birthday present.

    Now all I can do is check site everyday, just waiting for the order line to open up.
  7. PapaYolk

    PapaYolk happy camper

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    Had a couple from Australia tent space with us. He was on a Vstrom 650 with a long mule for his wife's wheelchair. Says it worked great.

    My patented little camp unit (Spud) will start taking build orders this month. Only took four years (heavy sigh).

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  8. NicorAdv

    NicorAdv Slayer of Zombies

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    Found one.
  9. One Fat Roach

    One Fat Roach honey badger

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    my friend ordered one back in September. got delivered in Decemeber and now he's used it a few times since. perfect fit for his DR650.

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  10. CallMeBoog

    CallMeBoog hi functioning idiom

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    Is he going to use it for a few thousand miles and then return it?
  11. ADKADVRider

    ADKADVRider Wannabe Adventurer

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    Opening up old wounds, that isn't nice. :evil
  12. CallMeBoog

    CallMeBoog hi functioning idiom

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    Go fuck a blender. <----that isn't nice.
  13. ADKADVRider

    ADKADVRider Wannabe Adventurer

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    Wow, nice to meet you Boog.
  14. leeinmemphis

    leeinmemphis Long timer

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    is it possible to put a 1-7/8" ball coupler on it so I could it behind my scooters?
  15. Roostre

    Roostre Discombobulated

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    You would then need 2 tires or the trailer would just fall on its side.
  16. One Fat Roach

    One Fat Roach honey badger

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    Well, he's not me. So I highly doubt it.


    Also, get your facts right.


    Ps, go take your meds you fat fuck.
  17. CallMeBoog

    CallMeBoog hi functioning idiom

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  18. Offcamber

    Offcamber Long timer

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    Sorry, I didn't read the whole thread so this may have been addressed but I am curios if one could be fitted to a Yamaha Super Tenere??
  19. Offcamber

    Offcamber Long timer

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    So my Super Tenere has a hollow rear axle that goes all the way through....

    Rough dimensions is 16" wide 12-13" to clear the rear wheel.

    Will one of the kits fit my bike?? I'm guessing the S10 has a bit wider axle than a smaller DS bike......
  20. AdvRich

    AdvRich Parallel Reality

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    Dallara asked about this sometime back and a quick thread search > :deal < shows his old posts. Not sure if he ever got one, but it looks like he sent measurements to Mr Bracket. Perhaps also PM Dallara? Would be a great set up. I got one for the little WRR and it will be getting some good use this season.

    All the best,

    Rich