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With gas prices the way they are...I'm "iffy" on the trailer.
Its a 1000 miles for me. I get 10 mph pulling the trailer, that's 100 gal, x 3.75 is $375 for gas, another $40 for toll is a whopping $415. No trailer I get 20mpg. ~ $25 for tolls.
Thats 50 gal. x 375 = $188 plus $25 = $213 plus $25 = $238. Roughly $180 more to pull trailer!!!!!!

Nice to be able to pull it just to have storage "in case" I buy something. But I usually don't. If I sell something, I buy something....1 for 1 more than not.

BUT: my friends at time have asked me to transport stuff back, usually no problem...I usually don't mind it if I have it there already. But, I don't think I want to pay so much more to "just in case" transport a buddys machine.

what would you do?????

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I feel ya man...I can't even attend the 3 State Ride this year, as Im having to move closer to my work due to gasoline prices. The moving expenses pushed the 3 state ride right out of the picture...Hoping to attend the BIBR rally in June....Just GO if you can, one way or another...


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