Huge pop-up camper trailer for Goldwing


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Huge pop-up camper trailer for Goldwing

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I saw this on youtube, a Goldbrand pop-up trailer:



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It led me to their web site:

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What would the fuel mileage be reduced to in order to tow this huge trailer? Any ideas?
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That guy is traveling at 70 mph too.Imagine what a 60 mph gust on a overpass would do . :o
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Hadn't thought about the wind gust, but I do have a trike so something like that would not be as noticeable as it would be with a two wheeler.


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