Hey, Pop, you might try these people for a hitch. They seem to be one of the few sources for ready-made hitches. I have a hitch on my Nomad and many people pull trailers with them. I don't know how the hitch would attach on a 1600, but the Nomad has exhaust on each side plus structure for the hard bags, so the hitch is simple and small, mounting to the same place the pipes attach to the rear bag structure. That's all I know about hitches and Kaws.
Hi Yes i do, I got a vulcan 1500 and the hitch i've got attach to the rear peg's, and to the top of my saddle bag.I pull a trailer i did with a48 by 48 inch that i modified to a 34 by 41 inch and put a plastic box they put on top of car a 18 c/f. Ride great and i dont feel it at all.
You probably talking about the Cyclope model. If so,i know there not to big,you cannot put all you want in it.If you want to go camping,i'm sure you can't put a tent in it with everythings it take.I'm gone a sned you the photo by a private message.
The one wheel trailers I've seen place more of the load on the hitch, as the wheel is in the rear. On a two wheeler you can pull a bigger load cause you can control the tongue weight.
Since my last writing, I have the Hitchdoc hitch installed on my Nomad, put in a relay bank and wired in a recepticle. We've had the trailer out a couple of times and are heading for Canada in two weeks. Will be taking the trailer and camping gear. The trailer is an original Dart, from JD's Motorcycle stuff. Good, solid trailer.
Not near Montreal, unfortunately. We're in Wisconsin and we're going to spend a week poking around the North shore of Lake Superior. Lived here all my life and have never been aroung the Lake!! Go figure.....
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