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Old 03-07-2012, 09:35 PM   #15007
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Joined: Feb 2010
Location: Omaha, NE
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Scrambler does it all

Yes I do Sand, If my 883 Sportster could do it, I know the Scrambler will too. Still have my camping trailer but now, I'll be towing a Hobie Mirage Outfitter kayak on a lightweight Trailex Aluminum trailer. Not far, mostly around Omaha to the various lakes with my daughter. Should be a blast. I used to Tow a Nacra 5.2 Catamaran sailboat with a VW Rabbit Cabriolet. Boat's a lot longer than the car. For added tongue weight I can bolt a rubbermaid medium size tub to it. Put supplies, life jackets, gear in it. Of course this is all theory for now. But with gas prices forcast to spike at $5.00 a gal, why buy a car when I can adapt my Scrambler to do my bidding. And lets be honest who doesnt love the looks of "Are you crazy???' from cagers. I have gotten those when i rode in a blizzard, or it was 10 degrees out, or when I carried my golf clubs on my bike to the course. Golfers heres a tip...Backpack carry bag, turn your irons upside down in the bag, and put on the rain cover. the weight distributes evenly across your shoulders when riding.

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