I am totally ignorant about the product (and I hear they went out of business in 2020), so please excuse my questions: Is the suspension solid, or does absorb the bumps? Does the trailer have its own electric brakes? Tongue weight? Dry weight? Wheel size? Is hitch/connector assembly off towing bike included? Thanks.Also remembered one of the gas struts doesnt work, was like that when I got it.
Unless you're short-legged and have a hard time pushing your bike back in general, reverse isn't always an option on a regular Goldwing with a trailer. If you get yourself pointed downhill with a trailer and try reverse sometimes it'll say "no thanks" and skip and not reverse the bike anyway. You just kind of have to be smart when pulling a trailer and in the rare case where you forget, you just have to look helpless and as someone to push on the front of your bike or pull the trailer while you're backing up. It usually doesn't take much.Man thats nice. What is is like camping in that? My only hesitation to taking a serious look and ride there is I have a F6b. They don’t have reverse. Im afraid I’d get stuck if I chose a wrong spot. But still thinking on it, Im in Oklahoma so not too far. Like the AC. Please if you have the time tell me a little about your experiences with the camper. Does it have any storage room beyond the tent and ac? Like for camping chair and sleeping bag etc.
LOL!! I'm sure AudioChris90 thought of that and chose it not to be desirable before he posted.Easy to fix; put side stand down. Turn off bike in gear. Climb off bike. Disconnect the easy to move trailer from the hitch and move it to the right spot. Reattach to bike when necessary.