the heim joint’s from Kompact Kamper With the Rivco hitch(receiver) I had to do a little revamping, (filing and grinding , made some spacers) to get it to work on the little Lumina trailer. I’ve towed this trailer almost 12k miles since last summer. I’ve used the swivel hitch for almost 5k this summer.Where did you find that trailer hitch? Or is that something you designed? As I am tempted to do....
i spent the night in Cameron at a bros house 36 east towards Hannibal. I think it was 63 down to Columbia where the pic was taken. I got on 70 toward St Louis. I got to Louisville around 1930If I wasn't in the middle of a kitchen demo and having had 3 of my grandkids living with the squeeze and I, I'd invite you over for a snippet of Bourbon, but I don't even want to be here most of the time!
What highway are you on in the last picture? I'm trying to imagine me there.
Heat is an understatement lol. We left Marshall stopped in Dallas for about an hour and headed north to Amarillo. Called it quits for the day at Childress. 108 deg when I shut the bike down. We had planned on heading to Albuquerque up New Mexico to the 4 Corners area but it looke like it would be a rainy trip. So headed directly to Denver. Here for the night at the Kids’I'm sorry you had to go through Dallas, I flew into DFW all the time while I was working and the only way I would go there on anything but an airplane is in a coma. But I hope you guys are having a good time. Watch out for the heat today!
Thanx, We made it home a couple of hours ago. Soaker vests up through Texas. Marshall to Childress is 400 miles. We stopped every 100 miles and soaked ourselves down.Have really enjoyed taking the trip with you. I'm kind of a 'heat baby', I'll complain and start whining at 74 degrees, but it seems warmer is the new thing so decided to try out a cooling vest during the northwest heat bubble a week or so ago. Soaked the vest, put it in the freezer for an hour, transferred to a plastic bag and took off when it was 70. Drive east for 90 minutes into the heat dome and pulled over to slip the vest on, continued the ride in 95-108 temperatures the next 3 hours or so. Vest did a much better job than I expected, was still a little damp after 3 hours. May allow me to reset my complain/whine level to 85.