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Thea

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  • My Toyota Motorhome
    Chinook 1975
  1. Also jdemaris the CD175 is a super small street bike. I actually almost traded it for (I think) the same or similar model as yours but it was heavier and taller so, being equally a newbie to bikes, opted to stick with it. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honda_CD175
  2. Wow, you guys are incredible. Thank you! Based on your feedback it looks like there is an after market hitch and that the TW is probably too low to rear mount a 300lbs bike, but that it would be strong enough to hitch via a small trailer. We're taking it to a few trailer places nearby to get some first hand feedback as well. If anyone happens to know a worthwhile place in the Toronto ON area to chat with someone about it in person please don't hesitate to let us know. We're in that area for a week or more. If anyone sees this and has an opinion on if winter / snow tires might be worthwhile, an
  3. Hi! We have a '75 Chinook and were wanting to tow a 300lb motorcycle ('68 Honda CD175) behind it but can't tell if it's a good idea or not so smart... Any advice on if it can be hitched on the rear, towed, or neither without modification? And, if it would need to be modified, what might that entail? Have seen some threads on Toys needing welding and substantial reinforcing to the hitch and not sure if that applies. Ours has a ball hitch already, but we're not sure if that's an after market addition or original. There's no sticker stating or indication of what it can pull and it's not in the ow
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