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    Need M/C Trailer, Sacramento, CA

    Does anyone in near Sacramento, CA, have a motorcycle hauling trailer that I could rent in December? Or know where I could find one to rent? I may have to haul my K1200R to the dealer before my warranty expires at the end of the year. I am a fair weather rider, I donÔÇÖt mind cold, but im out when it comes to the rain. Thanks.

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    If you purchased the bike from Ozzie's he would probably pick the bike up and deliver it back. He has been known to do this.
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    Does anybody have any experience with Uhall. I was aware of that option. I was hoping to find somebody with a nice trailer who didnt need it for a weekend. I didnt get the bike from Ozzie's.
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    I saw one for sale in the Grocery Outlet parking lot across from the Waffle House in Placerville (Scnell School Rd exit) on Saturday. Since I wasn't looking for one, I didn't walk over to see the particulars.



    As to renatals, I've used UHaul several times for trucks or car hauler trailers without (significant) problem. I've never used a motorcycle trailer from them.

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    Thanks E, i will be up in P'ville on T-Day and take a look.

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    I'd go with U-Haul; while I now have a heavy-duty trailer for long hauls that extend over a long period of time, U-Haul was a really efficient and cheap way to meet my occasional needs up to then.

    Given my current riding patterns, buying a trailer was the right choice; but until I could use the trailer repeatedly during a year, U-Haul was the way to go for me.

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