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Apr 28, 2013
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Well I bought one some years ago from Towtal in Stoke,not perfect but has stood the test of time.
Needed to modify the over seat bar and the wheel hoop.
Wouldn't be without it but think the first step should be looking at Payload,scooter weight,overhang.Hope this helps.
 

dippingatoe

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Jul 23, 2013
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Hi - yes I have the scooter on the back with an automatic lift. First one I had was worse than useless, and had to go back. Now have an american one made specially for RV's so has made my life much easier.

I couldn't cope with a trailer, but I think it would depend on whether you are constantly on the move, or go to one place stop a while then move on. Moving almost daily and sometimes parking in towns the rack suits me best. Though of course it has its downsides, as with all things to do with motor homing it is a compromise.

My ideal set up would be a Tardis. Small on the outside - huge on the inside - press a button and you arrive at your destination :)

Still then I suppose I would have no challenges to overcome :)
 

Don Quixote

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Jul 29, 2012
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Not long enough, but a little common sense helps..........
I have a rack fitted for 125 Honda PCX. This year will have air suspension fitted when back in UK to allow lower back to make bike easier to get off and rise back when needed.

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Don Quixote

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Jul 29, 2012
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Lost in La Mancha, Spain
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VW T6 Campervan
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Not long enough, but a little common sense helps..........
Steve, we are away in MH right now so have limited wifi. When we get home Friday I will post photo's of bike rack and details of planned air suspension
 

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