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    Anyone here familiar with "Tony's Trailers"

    Still looking for the perfect trailer to tow my kayak with. Found this:

    Tony's Trailers

    Has anyone used these? Are they any good?

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    Sorry - I don't have any info on these trailers. However, I think I'm getting a dog now!

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    Where you going to tow that thing? Seems as though it would be way too long for any kind of trail, and I would be afraid about cornering with it. It seems as though you would need to take a lot of room to take a sharp corner, like a large truck. I guess it might work if you were going to tow it on less traveled roads/camp roads.

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    Formerly Known as Newbie Juha's Avatar
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    Moab, you just described my worries exactly. Although I would not tow it on trails but on street (eh, separated bike paths, to be precise). I just need it to haul the kayak for some 10kms at max, from home to seashore and back. Another interesting question is how am I going to lock the trailer during the kayak trip.

    And Bac, when I saw the "dog trailer" link on his page, I certainly was not expecting to see that... lol.

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