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Thread: Toy hauler for the ZHP!

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    Toy hauler for the ZHP!

    Having gotten sick of renting trailers from U-Haul for every track day, I've been on a mission to find a very specific ("Lifetime / Craftsman Foldable") trailer that I could use to haul my bike, yet still store in my parking lot. These trailers are discontinued, so finding them is a pain in the ass. They never last more than a day or two on Craigslist (because they're freakin' awesome!), but I finally managed to snag one today:



    Bring on the track days!

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    What tires are you running that requires a trailer? Just wonderin.

    Looks legit.


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    Quote Originally Posted by M0nk3y View Post
    What tires are you running that requires a trailer? Just wonderin.

    Looks legit.
    Hah, the trailer is for my bikes .

    No track days on the ZHP... for now :D

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    Nice. Which trailer hitch/receiver did you go with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by edlvrt View Post
    Nice. Which trailer hitch/receiver did you go with?
    I've got a Westfalia hitch that I ordered from some european website (in Denmark, I think?). It's a "non-hidden" version (about $350 vs $700 for the "hidden" one), which arrived at my doorstep in less than a week.

    Here's a how-to for an E46 M3 with the hidden version of the same hitch: http://www.m3forum.net/m3forum/showthread.php?t=349258 . The install for non-M cars is much simpler. This hitch basically attaches to the frame at the rear bumper support - it's as solid as they get.

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    Legit setup. Would like to see a closeup shot of the rear of your car.

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    hahaha nice
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    That's a very cool trailer.

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    Nice setup, but.... a sedan would look more appropriate in this situation.

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