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2 or 3 rail for my mustang?

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you mean PULL with your Mustang??

Yeah is that even a good idea? lol I hate not being able to ride when the truck is gone. Do you think it could handle one bike though, maybe two?

and full sized bikes... around 230lbs

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I pull a 5x8 utility trailer I bought fom Lowes with my Maxima 3.5L 6cyl. Doesnt really put a strain on the car but does reduce fuel miliage a bit. I think a 3 rail would be fine for you, but I like my utility trailer better. Definitely has more uses.

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Any of the trailers from harbor freight might serve you well...209 -350. SOme treated plywood/or deck boards ...50, wheel chocks...15 x 3 =45, some tie down rings pair @ 3 x ?. Some Hardware ANd you have a light easy to pull trailer for under 500 bucks

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Txsandman hauled his bike all over with this Mazda 3 wagon

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A Mustang should have no issue towing a small utility trailer with a couple bikes on board.

Bang for the buck, you'd probably be better off shopping for a 4x8 utility trailer, specialty dirtbike trailers tend to draw top dollar.

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Had this for a while and was perfectly fine. Toyota Venza now (needed more cargo space) but same trailer/bike

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Had this for a while and was perfectly fine. Toyota Venza now (needed more cargo space) but same trailer/bike

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Haha no offense but it looks like you took your coffee table and put wheels on it

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Haha no offense but it looks like you took your coffee table and put wheels on it

I do enjoy a cup of dark roast when the bike is not on it. It's call maximum efficiency.

It works fine, and I actually got quite a few people telling me it's a pretty cool and a well finished job.

I have now a side bracket for the spare wheel and locating blocks' straps for the ramp (which give me more space in the trunk to bring my coffee maker :bonk:

My garage space is limited, so I couldn't go much bigger.

It's all about getting to the track my friend, not trying to put a show on the road or in the pits...

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