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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 08-20-2012, 11:41 AM Thread Starter
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Honda ATC Trailer

Had a customer in this morning who has a ATC trailer that Honda sold back in the day with there trikes. Does anyone here have a picture of one? Kind of curious as to what they looked like. Does anyone know what they retailed for?

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The only ones I vaguely remember from way back then were the same as a lawn/garden trailer except they had a Honda decal on them,and were painted Honda red instead of black...

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This may be like it. This is from 1986.

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I had a feeling that Helmut would come through. Thanks!

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I gotta find one of those trailers to hook behind MY 86 TRX 350 !!!!!!
That pic is WAY cool !
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Cool,now I got a new paint scheme for my off road trailer...Bye bye black,hello Honda Fourtrax blues n white striped Honda red!! I spose it will be ok seeing as my trailer rolls on Honda wheels on 4/110mm hubs...

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Hi Shmingley,

I saw your post about the Honda ATC trailer. I see this is older post andI dont know if you will get this or not. I just thought I would share the pics I have of Honda ATC trailers. They were in a lot of sales rochures back in the day. I also found on YouTub some old Honda ATC commercials that show this particular trailer also.
They were not actually Hnda trailers they were made by the Dico TrailerCompany in Canada. They were fiberglass with fenders and ATV tires.

I saw one years ago --not in person but online and really wanted to try and find one. I searched for years and unbelievably I actually found one !!

So here are some pics of the ads and my actual trailer I am restoring now.
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Hi Shmingley,

I saw your post about the Honda ATC trailer. I see this is older post andI dont know if you will get this or not. I just thought I would share the pics I have of Honda ATC trailers. They were in a lot of sales rochures back in the day. I also found on YouTub some old Honda ATC commercials that show this particular trailer also.
They were not actually Hnda trailers they were made by the Dico TrailerCompany in Canada. They were fiberglass with fenders and ATV tires.

I saw one years ago --not in person but online and really wanted to try and find one. I searched for years and unbelievably I actually found one !!

So here are some pics of the ads and my actual trailer I am restoring now.
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I would be interested to see the underside - axle and spindles - if you happen to be under this thing with a camera. Or maybe if it is flipped over. The size looks very convenient. Any idea what the load capacity is? How about the axle length? Looks like you could put some car doughnut wheels on that thing, probably not what you want for style, but a cheap and tall choice. And lastly, how did you ever find this thing? Was it like a "Honda trailer thingy 1986" search string on Craig's list?

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