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    Pulling a trailer with your TW. Experience??

    Been thinking of adding a trailer like this https://kipmoto.com/ and am wondering who has any experience pulling a trailer. Any need to change out sprockets? Would like to keep mine as close to stock as possible. Then again if I had a second TW. I’m thinking as long as I don’t pack the kitchen sink I may be good to go. Really think it would come in handy on longer runs when you just want to stay out longer. Thanks all, stay Thirsty For Adventure.
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    search for the threads by mr bracket and ronnydogs' separate trailer build.
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    Also check the bottom of this web page for similar threads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by upnovr View Post
    Been thinking of adding a trailer like this https://kipmoto.com/ and am wondering who has any experience pulling a trailer. Any need to change out sprockets? Would like to keep mine as close to stock as possible. Then again if I had a second TW. I’m thinking as long as I don’t pack the kitchen sink I may be good to go. Really think it would come in handy on longer runs when you just want to stay out longer. Thanks all, stay Thirsty For Adventure.
    Hey bro, I live 2 miles away from these guys..... I'll stop in this week and put my hands on one and let you know what my impression is.......
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