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Old 06-23-2019, 03:02 PM   #1
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Default Greetings from Pennsylvania- New PW Lexor TS

Greetings to all and thanks to each of you who have posted, providing me with valuable information which guided me to my purchase choice- 1 2020 PW Lexor TS! I am very excited, although a little nervous too.

To all the motorcyclists out there, I would like to tow two motorcycles and would really appreciate any advice on trailer choice and how the Lexor will "feel" towing close to its weight limit. I have read the posts regarding motorcycle trailers and would love to hear from anyone who trailers "two" large motorcycles.

Well, its been seven years in the making, but we have pulled the switch and I will be joining you in this huge North American continent. I hope to learn from you to Improve my knowledge and also to be a positive addition to the RV community.

Thanks in advance for any comments which would be greatly appreciated. Best, polyacetylene
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Old 06-23-2019, 03:15 PM   #2
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Greetings to all and thanks to each of you who have posted, providing me with valuable information which guided me to my purchase choice- 1 2020 PW Lexor TS! I am very excited, although a little nervous too.

To all the motorcyclists out there, I would like to tow two motorcycles and would really appreciate any advice on trailer choice and how the Lexor will "feel" towing close to its weight limit. I have read the posts regarding motorcycle trailers and would love to hear from anyone who trailers "two" large motorcycles.

Well, its been seven years in the making, but we have pulled the switch and I will be joining you in this huge North American continent. I hope to learn from you to Improve my knowledge and also to be a positive addition to the RV community.

Thanks in advance for any comments which would be greatly appreciated. Best, polyacetylene
Welcome to the forum polyacethlene!

You'll enjoy your Lexor TS.
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Greetings to all and thanks to each of you who have posted, providing me with valuable information which guided me to my purchase choice- 1 2020 PW Lexor TS! I am very excited, although a little nervous too.

To all the motorcyclists out there, I would like to tow two motorcycles and would really appreciate any advice on trailer choice and how the Lexor will "feel" towing close to its weight limit. I have read the posts regarding motorcycle trailers and would love to hear from anyone who trailers "two" large motorcycles.

Well, its been seven years in the making, but we have pulled the switch and I will be joining you in this huge North American continent. I hope to learn from you to Improve my knowledge and also to be a positive addition to the RV community.

Thanks in advance for any comments which would be greatly appreciated. Best, polyacetylene

Congratulations! You picked a beautiful rig. Enjoy many miles of good health, exploration, and happiness!
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Any initial reviews about your new camper?
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Any initial reviews about your new camper?
Yes, I always like to hear a followup.
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Congratulations! We have a 2018 Lexor that turned 18,000 miles yesterday and is just over a year old. We hope yours brings you on lots of adventures. Consider attending a Pleasure-Way Rally and joining one of the clubs near you for lots of support and fun.
We keep a blog of our travels with a few RV projects at www.svIntuition.com
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Old 07-05-2019, 06:16 PM   #7
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Hi,

Don't know where you live in Pennsylvania, but I live in northern Delaware 10 minutes from the PA line. I happen to be selling my 2-bike Motorcycle Trailer. It is an open 2-bike trailer. Heavy duty axle and 14" tires. It is a rare 2000 Marlock 2-bike trailer. Marlock was a small company in CA.

This is a very well made heavy duty trailer. I've owned it since brand new. It has been garaged all of it's life except for 18 months. Diamond plate deck, wind deflector and tool box. Tire channels are recessed so that the floor is flat (can easily be used for hauling other stuff.

If interested, let me know.

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