Bushtec Quantum GL

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  1. joel

    joel Senior Member

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    I have been thinking about using a pull behind trailer for a couple years now and finally made up my mind and bought this one.
    2006 Bushtec Quantum GL.
    I have never pulled a trailer with a bike so this will be a new experience.
    My understanding is that the Bushtec is one of the best tracking trailer and everyone states that you don't know it is there. We will see.
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  2. Jeff Klarich

    Jeff Klarich Experienced Member Contributor

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    Nice looking trailer, I've never used one so I can't opine on how they handle.
    Let us know how you like it.:)
     
  3. liquid_wrench

    liquid_wrench Junior Member Contributor

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    Very nice, is that a spare tire inside? Looks like a lot of room for traveling.
     
  4. jamesearl

    jamesearl Well-Known Member

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    looks like the wheel well for the left tire.
     
  5. joel

    joel Senior Member

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    That is the cover for the wheel well.
    The spare sets flat in the bottom.
    These are 3.00 x 16 inch tires but with the spare inside with it's cover that matches the carpet looks very good.
    Most only have extra tube but this came complete with rim / tire.
     
  6. joel

    joel Senior Member

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    This is from our trip to Zion National Park last July.
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    We often end up mailing things back home so the trailer should help cut cost of shipping.
     
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  7. jamesearl

    jamesearl Well-Known Member

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    Good luck backing it up! Could be tough.
     
  8. gator508

    gator508 Well-Known Member

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    Really nice, let us know how it tracks, I would think going slow is good until you get used to it.
     
  9. joel

    joel Senior Member

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    My plan is to pull it back and forth to work and anywhere else until I get comfortable with the stopping and acceleration of the bike than take the wife for a couple hour ride.
    Backing up is going to get allot practice. Might look embarrassing to unhook but I am sure there will be times it will be a necessity.
    Will definitely need to plan parking spots more.
     
  10. gator508

    gator508 Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like a good game plan, you don't want to be the guy who parked his trike nose first downhill in a corner parking space, I watched him for a little while and then went and helped him back it out, he didn't have the reverse gear.:oops:
     
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