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Old 03-21-2017, 11:02 AM   #11
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No I don't plan on putting a garage in the back. I'll tow a car on a trailer that's big enough to fit to motor bike as well but that's about it. Well maybe a bicycle.

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Old 03-21-2017, 11:15 AM   #12
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I've panned on using the back area to store a quad or at least a dual sport. Problem is quads are wider than the chair lift so the chair lift has got to go and be replaced by a ramp.

I'm going with the theory of keeping the outside of the bus looking relatively smooth and untouched. I plan a rather nondescript paint job. I don't want to pull a trailer most of the time. I'm trying to stick with that KISS theory. Then again plans have a way of changing.
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Yea that is understandable. Right now I don't plan on hauling a trailer unless I'm gonna be in a situation where there isn't someone else with me that had a separate vehicle to run to the store while at a festival.

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I don't plan on hauling a trailer unless I buy something big that won't fit in the bus. There is so much cool stuff you find on the backroads.

I'm thinking the dual sport will do my errand running and exploration trips while I'm away from home. I'll probably have to give up on my quad since it's largely impractical compared to a dual sport bike.

I'm still glad to see you've got so much of this worked out already. I'm interested to see your build commence, with the help of Toto and the cats.

Litter box in the bus? Not for me.
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