Trial's rigs to get to the event

Discussion in 'Trials' started by mung, Nov 28, 2017.

  1. lineaway

    lineaway Long timer

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    You got ripped off, where is the steering wheel?
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  2. Brewtus

    Brewtus Buffoonery, Inc.

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    Pretty sure it had "tainted water" in it when I bought it. :lol3 Sorry brother, you're on your own.


    Maybe I'll just keep the damn thing. Or trade it for a 7.3 dizzy F450 class C..... :augie
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  3. Huzband

    Huzband Team Dirt

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    I'll throw in a "craft" beer while you're here. That is if you aren't too uppity for such things. :lol3
  4. Brewtus

    Brewtus Buffoonery, Inc.

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    Fifteen hunnert somolians (delivered!) and a craft beer. Wow, how can I pass that up? :rolleyes
  5. Huzband

    Huzband Team Dirt

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    Plus you would get to meet me! :rayof
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  6. y4m4

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    I think the price just went up.


    It's bad to laugh at your own jokes, right?:jack
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  7. riabma77

    riabma77 Been here awhile

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    I added one more rack, so we can also carry the bicycles.

    Maybe this system isn't the best, but per now is giving us a lot flexibility. My GasGas will still traveling in the center rack (with no bicycles), having enough room to put my son's Oset on the right.

    If my son keeps interested in Trials, and eventually moves to a bigger bike, I may build a welded structure for carry 2 adult bikes.
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  8. lineaway

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    If you space the tie down clips just right, you do not need anything to hold the tires. Which gives you all that space when the bikes are not in the van. I fit five bikes like this in my trailer.
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  9. riabma77

    riabma77 Been here awhile

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    The racks are only for convenience. Very quick to load and unload. Plus you don't need to move nothing, or unload this bike first, etc...

    Each rack is positioned in a specific position, so the handlebar of each bike doesn't interfere with another one.
  10. lineaway

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    Garrett was out looking at Tundra`s today. Sticker shock set in and paid cash for this Tacoma instead. (He has a new Civic as a daily driver) That leaves him enough for an enclosed trailer and a new bike!

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  11. TXNMGUY

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    Remember line I had a Tacoma that I pull a small Lance and also had my quicksand Tundra that I pull my Livin lite toy hauler.
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  12. Brewtus

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  13. Norman Foley

    Norman Foley Devotee of the Husqvarna Supporter

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    Ahhhhh... technical jargon! :norton
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  14. Huzband

    Huzband Team Dirt

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    Boost problem you say?
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    Brewtus Buffoonery, Inc.

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    Actually the opposite to that. Cool pic, though. :thumb
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    edgerat Been here awhile Supporter

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    sounds like one of them new fangled Al Gore deeezuls.
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  17. Brewtus

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    Mmmmm..... :nah
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  18. lineaway

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    One of those ones you have to top off the Kool Aid before it will go. What a load of crap. REAL Diesel trucks should matter!
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    Brewtus Buffoonery, Inc.

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    :nah Mine's an '06, no converter sauce required.
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    Mines an ‘06 too, what’s up?

    I couldn’t wait for Mopar Monday. :rofl
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