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Old 08-15-2019, 11:48 AM   #21
rczapla
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Big bike JUST FITS

For anyone interested, I am new to these forums and just realized I had to put in a new post and not a quick reply to post pictures. to recap; I just bought a 2020 Outback 335CG and fit my 1985 Goldwing into the garage and it is a very tight fit.
To make this happen I did need to get a Wheeldock chock. (Great suggestion in the forum by the way). I wish I would have gotten some rubber mats to put on the garage floor first before I put the bike in. We had the interior treated with "New Trailer" protectant from the dealer and the floors are SLICK. I picked up some rubber mats from Home Depot to place under the bike. They work just fine and will protect the floor.
Here are some pictures of the Goldwing in the garage. GW is 99.6 inches long and weighs in at 782lbs dry weight. Not much room for error.
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Old 08-15-2019, 12:26 PM   #22
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For anyone interested, I am new to these forums and just realized I had to put in a new post and not a quick reply to post pictures. to recap; I just bought a 2020 Outback 335CG and fit my 1985 Goldwing into the garage and it is a very tight fit.
To make this happen I did need to get a Wheeldock chock. (Great suggestion in the forum by the way). I wish I would have gotten some rubber mats to put on the garage floor first before I put the bike in. We had the interior treated with "New Trailer" protectant from the dealer and the floors are SLICK. I picked up some rubber mats from Home Depot to place under the bike. They work just fine and will protect the floor.
Here are some pictures of the Goldwing in the garage. GW is 99.6 inches long and weighs in at 782lbs dry weight. Not much room for error.
Thanks for sharing the updated information and the pictures
Have you been able to check what your tongue weight is with the Goldwing loaded? Hope that you guys have a great trip and that all goes well. Safe travels my friend.
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Old 08-15-2019, 04:58 PM   #23
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For anyone interested, I am new to these forums and just realized I had to put in a new post and not a quick reply to post pictures. to recap; I just bought a 2020 Outback 335CG and fit my 1985 Goldwing into the garage and it is a very tight fit.

To make this happen I did need to get a Wheeldock chock. (Great suggestion in the forum by the way). I wish I would have gotten some rubber mats to put on the garage floor first before I put the bike in. We had the interior treated with "New Trailer" protectant from the dealer and the floors are SLICK. I picked up some rubber mats from Home Depot to place under the bike. They work just fine and will protect the floor.

Here are some pictures of the Goldwing in the garage. GW is 99.6 inches long and weighs in at 782lbs dry weight. Not much room for error.
It looks like you have a threshold just in front of the wheel dock. My 335 doesn't have that so I put the chock up against the door when it's closed. That would give you at least 2 to 3 more inches. My BMW is 101 inches with about an inch and a half to spare from top box to the ramp extension.
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Old Today, 12:55 PM   #24
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The maiden trip in my new Outback 335CG hauling my Goldwing was a success. The rubber mats on the garage floor are a must. The Wheeldock chock, also a must. I bought a couple extra rubber mats to lay out on the ramp when loading/unloading to keep me from tearing up/marring the ramp. This worked out very well. I bumped the trailer and bike down mostly decent MI 2-lane hi-ways and some 60+ miles of I-69 which is a pretty terrible/bouncy interstate in MI. I also drove through a torrential T-Storm coming back. No troubles. I did not check the tongue weight yet. I plan on doing that this week as the bike is still loaded in the trailer. I'll tell you what I like more than hauling my motorcycle in the trailer and that's the 7.1 auto leveling system. One button push and the trailer self levels and drops stabilizer jacks to be rock solid when parked. Another push of a button and that system brings back the hitch to the hook up point when I dropped it off my truck. SWEET. I think I'm going to love this trailer.
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Old Today, 01:34 PM   #25
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That is awesome. Thanks for the follow up report . Happy to hear you had a great trip and no issues hauling the Gold Wing. I can’t wait to take ours out on it’s maiden voyage with the Harley. And try out that leveling system.
Thanks again.
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