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    Default 2008 TCA "Piggybacker" $500.00

    I'll never use it again and it's been in the shed for the last 4 years so it's up for sale. I am listing it locally for $600 but I want to let you guys have a crack at it first for $500. The tires were replaced about 4 or 5 years ago prior to its last use so you should be good for another couple of years. No signs of dry-rot.

    The Piggybacker uses 12" tires rather than the usual 8" which makes a world of difference. It also has independent rear torsion suspension which is another plus! It also has a swivel hitch which will indeed save your butt if either the trailer or you decide to depart from normal operating conditions. Lighting is entirely LED. It uses a flat 4 pin connector so you will need a 5 to 4 adapter on your bike. I am also including the cooler in the picture, it fits the rack exactly!!

    I will be pulling it from the shed to wash it up prior to listing it locally.
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    Default Re: 2008 TCA "Piggybacker" $500.00

    Quote Originally Posted by bongobobny View Post
    I'll never use it again and it's been in the shed for the last 4 years so it's up for sale. I am listing it locally for $600 but I want to let you guys have a crack at it first for $500. The tires were replaced about 4 or 5 years ago prior to its last use so you should be good for another couple of years. No signs of dry-rot.

    The Piggybacker uses 12" tires rather than the usual 8" which makes a world of difference. It also has independent rear torsion suspension which is another plus! It also has a swivel hitch which will indeed save your butt if either the trailer or you decide to depart from normal operating conditions. Lighting is entirely LED. It uses a flat 4 pin connector so you will need a 5 to 4 adapter on your bike. I am also including the cooler in the picture, it fits the rack exactly!!

    I will be pulling it from the shed to wash it up prior to listing it locally.
    We should start a 'Go Fund Me', all us pitch in buck or 2, and weld it on to Cowpuc's tweeks.

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    Default Re: 2008 TCA "Piggybacker" $500.00

    What kind of varmint is digging a hole in your floor?

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    Default Re: 2008 TCA "Piggybacker" $500.00

    Quote Originally Posted by venturesome View Post
    What kind of varmint is digging a hole in your floor?
    Concrete mole?

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    Default Re: 2008 TCA "Piggybacker" $500.00

    Woodchuck! It's our neighbor's shed and it has a wood floor...

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