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Old 11-24-2012, 05:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Tiltless Motorcycle Trailer (Bruce Rossmeyers)

Recently I saw a demo at Bruce Rossmeyer's of a drive on ground level motorcycle trailer. It cranks down so there are no ramps. It is available for single or dual bikes. I can not remeber the name of the manufactuer? It is something like notilt.com or tiltless.com. Anyone familiar with these?
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I didn't read the post close enough so I clicked on it to see what a titless motorcycle looked like !!!
Anyways, no I've never seen a tiltless trailer before.
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I think it was a Razor. They had one in the Sunrise store for a bit too, but I have not seen it since the 2013's came in.

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I didn't read the post close enough so I clicked on it to see what a titless motorcycle looked like !!!
Anyways, no I've never seen a tiltless trailer before.
Schmidty- No ramps, No tilt. It cranks down, drive on, crank up.

Missinlink- It may have been. I am going to call Rossmeyer today. Hopefully the will tell me. They have a video display in the store.
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Nice, thanks for the link, Misinlink!
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I love the simplicity and brilliance of the design. I am not too crazy about the idea that it has to be unhitched to be unloaded, but I guess you have to give somewhere with a design like that.


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I didn't read the post close enough so I clicked on it to see what a titless motorcycle looked like !!!
Anyways, no I've never seen a tiltless trailer before.

Ya, I read the same thing n just said... Frign men...
Then I read it right
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I love the simplicity and brilliance of the design. I am not too crazy about the idea that it has to be unhitched to be unloaded, but I guess you have to give somewhere with a design like that.


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Try this one. Baxley Trailer SB001
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Try this one. Baxley Trailer SB001
It's quite a bit more money, but it is a much, much better design.


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Hell if it's got a working crank...the ol lady will love it!!!!
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