Towing a motorcycle

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scott1107

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Can anyone tell me if I get a Kendon Motorcycle trailer , heres the link,
https://cnj.craigslist.org/mcy/d/jackson-kendon-motorcycle-trailer/6815222276.html
Would I need the braking system and other things to tow my Goldwing on that with my RV, or could I just strap it down on there and go?
Thanks for the help.
 

hedhunter9

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But , you wont be able to see it back there... Backing up with that small trailer will be a pain..
best to have a backup camera on the rear of the MH so you can keep an eye on it too..
The camera will aid in backing up some, but will still be a pain..

Bob
 

grashley

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I suggest never trying to back up more than a foot or two.

By law, one state (North Carolina) requires brakes on all trailers over 1000 lbs.  Four others require brakes over 1500 lbs.  All others are required over 3000 lbs.

In other words, probably no brakes required.
 
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