Hydratrail Easylift

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  1. cliff1

    cliff1 Read Only Funster

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    Hi all
    I will be touring the continent and want to take a scooter with me. I am thinking of buying a Hydratrail Easylifter trailer.
    Has anyone bought one and what do you think of it. Have seen some good and bad reviews but thay were old reviews need some up to date info please.
     
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    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    just had a quick search and there are quite a few threads .

    http://www.motorhomefun.co.uk/search.php?searchid=1873247

    some quite recent..
     
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    Hi, I've used Easylifters for about 7 years now carried bikes all over the UK and Europe with them and never had a problem.

    Only had a Hydratrail for a short while and never really got to use it in anger so to speak, only sold it because we bought a Hymer which can carry the Kawasaki in the garage.Tried it on the back of my 4x4 with a 650 Kawasaki Versys on and it performed really well the castors even worked on loose gravel.
    The first ones had a issue with the weight not being balanced right but he cured that and I've not heard any complaints since. Down in Spain you'll see loads of them with all sorts of scooters and bikes being carried.
    There is obviously much better kit about but at a hell of a lot more money, I don't think you'll beat it for the price, just make sure you have the carrying capacity though as its not a light piece of equipment. :thumb:
     
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