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I have seen this TW many times on the Internet as a scan the depths of the TW 200 inter-webs. It is one of my favorites and I have always admired this machine. Like the ivory billed woodpecker I want to know where it is at! Also, who makes this trailer? Have seen a couple manufactures like Kip Moto and Moto Mule. Any others out there?
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I can help narrow down the search, it's not mine. That is a nice rig. I would guess 2 other gas cans on the other side could take them anywhere.
 

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Single-sided hub trailer? That is totally badass!
 
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If I remember right the guy was from central/ eastern Washington. Made several trips to the Great Lakes area. About the time he got things working good he got sick and barely made it home. I THINK he died. Haven't seen or heard of the rig since. Probably in that shed in the back ground.
 

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I remember it from a few years ago. I remember him being an Idaho farmer. Could be wrong though.
 
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Former member TW2007, Michael Kraus. He was from the Yakima, WA area and did pass away.
 

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Sorry to hear that. Cool trailer nonetheless.
 

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UNIGO is another brand that comes to mind if you've not found it already.

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Former member TW2007, Michael Kraus. He was from the Yakima, WA area and did pass away.
Last I heard Mike's son had the bike, but not 100% if he still does.
 
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