Thanks for all the good replies! On the dips, I have two steel caster wheels that keep me from dragging. At least not to bad! Been a couple of times they saved the back end. I don't pull a trailer but usually pull an 06 jeep tj. It's lite enough that I can't tell it's back there. The lift is powered by a 2500# winch with remote control. We are not full time RV'ers. On the road it's worked out where we needed two modes of transportation. Wife in the jeep and myself on the Burgman. I use a regular motorcycle cover and bungy it tight, works well. Love the Burgman!!Impressive! And you can still add a trailer.
Take care driving across dips in the road. Not only can your rear end bottom out hard, but you can lose traction at the rear wheels and be unable to move. Gas station entries often involve a dip as you leave the road and enter the driveway. We have an intersection near me where RVs often get stuck in a dip and it takes all day for a tow truck to set them free.
Now if you had one of the original GMC motorhomes with the automatic air suspension, you could set it up to elevate the vehicle as needed and it could also be lowered for optimal mounting of the Burgman.
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It lowers all the way to the ground. Just roll it on and the winch lifts it up. Thanks for looking!Nice.
Does it go low enough to wheel it onto the lift; do you have a ramp, or have to lift it.?
My neighbors have twin Kymcos in an enclosed trailer they tow ... no car, though.