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    Sir Darby Darryl Cainey's Avatar
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    Trailer for a GS

    Looking for some trailer pictures I came across this GS inspired Trailer.

    Cool!
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    Very cool indeed!

    Is this a commercial product or someone's personal project? I could envision using the trailer to pack all the gear cross country on the slab and then leaving it at a forward base camp to do the dirt, bike only, and pick up the trailer for the return home.
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    GS Trailer

    Now that would be a great addition to a GS Adventure. Looks rugged and sturdy to handle what the GS was intended to do.

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    Neat concept, but at the price of BMW luggage, not an inexpensive trailer.
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    Wheels too;

    The BMW luggage with BMW wheels are pricey, but ALL trailers usually are $$$. This is a cool concept I like for my GSA. Dauntless Motors biult one too, but had some unknown with theirs and stopped making it. It looked neat too for the GS crowd. Randy

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    Nice rig. I can't read the name though. Do you have it?
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    Sir Darby Darryl Cainey's Avatar
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    I just Googled trailer pictures and I found it.
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    Here is the website from Russia


    http://www.c-way.com.ua/
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    daunless motors in Washington had been fabricating one for the GS called the Uni-Trac. Cool set up and it looked quite rigourous in construction (Jay - owner - showed me the thing piece by piece back in 2008). Anyway, might be obtained ... maybe. - Bob
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