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droberts1911
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Location: Dover, Tn.
Motorcycle: 2005 GL1800

Camper

Postby droberts1911 » Wed Aug 03, 2011 9:25 pm



I have a roll-a-home camper and we love it. How about you?



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dingdong
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Re: Camper

Postby dingdong » Thu Aug 04, 2011 8:40 am

Just curious. We have been shopping for a camper but that one has always looked too large, in my opinion. Total length 10 ft. and 48in. width. Have you experienced any problems towing it?
Tom

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droberts1911
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Location: Dover, Tn.
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Re: Camper

Postby droberts1911 » Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:17 am

dingdong,
Have not had any problem towing behind our 1800 wing.

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cal3san
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Location: Whortonsville, NC
Motorcycle: 2009 Honda Shadow Aero 750 with MT Trike Kit (sold 9/13)
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1996 GL-1500A with 2009 Champion Trike Kit (sold 7/15)
2003 GL-1800 with 2113 Champion Trike Kit
2007 Aspen Sentry Camper (sold 5/12)
2012 Mini-Mate Kompac Kamper
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Re: Camper

Postby cal3san » Thu Aug 25, 2011 10:05 am

I have an Aspen Sentry camper. Bought it before I got back into riding cycles as it was easier on the car's MPG than the "big name" pop-up campers were. It was also the reason I bought the 82 Wing - to tow it - since my other trike (09 750 Honda Shadow Aero) would pull it but with a strain.

Took the Wing and the Sentry out on their first joint road trip last week. The Wing pulled her up and down the road and hills for 1K miles with minimum shifting on the upgrades. MPG is still questionnable since I developed a slight gas leak (float bowl issue) that did not allow me to get a true reading on MPG. Got that fixed yesterday and will wait until Hurricane Irene comes and goes so I can take the Wing and Sentry for another road trip. Then I'll get my true MPG reading.


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