Uni-Go Trailer


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Uni-Go Trailer

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My son is finally getting a hitch for his 2017 Yamaha FJR1300ES. Once he gets it he can then add the attachment he needs to tow the Uni-Go trailer. Then he can take the six man tent, pad, sleeping bag and go on his own camping trips on his 4 day weekends. I plan to do the same on my 3.5 day weekends.

I've picked out some definite sites. Some that I'll have to take the tent to, some that I can take my Bunkhouse trailer to. Most are close in, maybe 2 hours out. I also plan on going to Goblin Valley State Park in Utah. Just found out about it yesterday. Looks like a small park but the scenery looks fantastic! Best thing is it's only about 6 hours away from me. Leave after work on Saturday night or Sunday morning (graveyard shift) and I can get out there and camp out for the weekend. I never even knew some of the parks in Utah were within a half days ride! Needless to say, I am going over my maps a little closer and seeing what I can easily get to for a weekend!

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It can fit a 6-man tent with poles and stakes and all? I didn’t realize a uni-go was that big.

I don’t need a tent that big, but I’ve considered a unit-go trailer.
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I used to work in Utah, and had to cover the whole state taking care of a telephone system.

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I loved to drop down low and fly over the Goblins..... :)
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That would be quite the view. They look really cool from the one picture I have had time to find.

I have it on my list of weekend trips now so I'll hit that this summer.
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Like the single wheel concept as well:


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Years and more years ago I was on the '85 1200, followed a Uni-Go type trailer being pulled by a BMW through mountains in western NC, not interstate either. He was riding like he had no trailer. I was going to build me a trailer to pull behind my 1200, a two wheeled trailer … but I never gave that idea another thought.

I was impressed.

At the motel, he wheeled the Uni-Go into his room like a wheel-borrow being pulled.


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