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    Dogs and motorcycles

    I don't ride nearly as much as I could . On the weekends I spend time with my dogs hiking or ball chasing or swimming .I enjoy them and I think they enjoy me
    Anyways, this would be a solution. Can't imagine the little TW engine likes it but it looks cool. Especially in the military green.
    If I had money I'd get it.

    https://cnj.craigslist.org/mcy/d/roo...924377041.html
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    I like it! But I could never fit the Rottweilers in it...
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    That is cool.
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    Our little 15 year old Italian Greyhound Lexie has spent quite a bit of time 10 miles back and forth to / from my sisters house on TW and more recently the scooter. I think it was about $150 when I bought it 5 years ago. Great product!

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    A 5 gallon can of extra gasoline would come in handy too.
    Long live the internal combustion engine!

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    $4k is a little expensive for a 1995 ... I mean, I get there is a custom sidecar, but at $4k, you're likely paying more for the sidecar than the bike itself?

    I would still LOVE to have a sidecar for my bike to take the dogs around. I want to get them little aviator goggles and helmets!
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    Seems like a pretty high price. That hack ain't making it more valuable. But it is cool.

    For 1 or 2K more you can get a used real rig with 2WD & Reverse. Don't go older that a 2006-2007:

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    I've definitely wondered if taking my 50lb mutt for a ride with me would be possible...
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    That's one way to solve the Deathwing/Trailflip/murderous stock front tire issue.
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