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Old Today, 09:34 AM   #1
Hackpirate OP
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Hauling a sideways Harley-would you??

My riding buddy has a Road King. In a late May we plan on hauling my sidecar rig (Vee-Strom) and his Harley from South Dakota to Tulsa, OK and doing some riding from there for 6 days. This is one of those trips that can only happen by hauling, but here's the deal...

My toy hauler is a Livin Lite VRV 16' long and when my sidecar outfit is all the way forward the only way the Road King will fit is sideways. The floor is all e-trac and I have really strong straps. The floor in a Livin Lite is all aluminum and with the e-trac system, very solid. But still....sideways??? Is this advisable? Has anyone done this before?

And yes, we are open to some idea's for riding south/southeast from Tulsa.

Thanks y'all,
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