Just when I thought I had seen everything

08 Jun 2014 admin In G+ Posts

Comments: 16

  1. Warren Searle 8 Jun 2014 Reply

    Damn! +Raquel Sage +Rick B. thoughts?

  2. Raquel Sage 8 Jun 2014 Reply

    Damn?!? +Warren Searle, with something set up like that, I would love to see what they are hauling?!?

  3. Rick B 8 Jun 2014 Reply

    +Warren Searle Ohh Myy!! My mind is RACING trying to figure the build on this! Crazy! But awesome at the same time!

  4. Nick John 8 Jun 2014 Reply

    kool

  5. Darren Kitchen 8 Jun 2014 Reply

    What, I thought every Harley got to Sturgis on the back of these?

  6. Stuart Ponder 8 Jun 2014 Reply

    Amazing what people can create. (I also suspect the original sketches were drawn on a bar napkin).

  7. Brent Burzycki 8 Jun 2014 Reply

    +Stuart Ponder pretty sure that is where the best ideas usually come from..

  8. Stuart Ponder 8 Jun 2014 Reply

    +Brent Burzycki Agreed!

  9. Warren Searle 9 Jun 2014 Reply

    +Rick B, isn't this just mind blowing? I have never seen anything like this even attempted. From an engineering point of view it's quite the feat…

  10. Amanda Wootten 9 Jun 2014 Reply

    Wow…soooo innovative and unique! Incredible creativity!

  11. Brent Burzycki 9 Jun 2014 Reply

    Here is more info on this thing….

    "This was initially built as ” The Nine Wheel Harley Rig “. It was built in the late 80′s by Kenneth Kilpatrick of Huntsville Alabama. I see from this photo It has since been modified to incorporate a second front wheel making it now ” The Ten Wheel Harley Rig “. The tractor is a modified Harley Davidson FLT. The interior of the trailer is nicely finished. Kenneth did received license from HD to utilize their paint scheme and logo. I am told, at Harley Davidson’s expense, Kenneth has been able to show his Rig in several countries around the world. Previous comments show some find Kenneth’s creation a waste of time and money. I for one think not."

  12. Warren Searle 9 Jun 2014 Reply

    Amen +Brent Burzycki.

  13. Rick B 9 Jun 2014 Reply

    +Warren Searle you are so right! I would LOVE to get up close to that just to see how it was done! Master craftwork there!

  14. Seth Urfer 24 Oct 2014 Reply

    Im sitting here with kenny kilpatrick now and his 9 wheel harley rig is still the same. The front end was never changed, someone else must have made the ten wheel design.

  15. Seth Urfer 24 Oct 2014 Reply

    And let me add, kenny still owns the 9 wheel harley rig and looks just as good as it did in 1990.

  16. Soosy Q 13 Feb 2015 Reply

    What a unit, I hope it shows up in Sturgis sometime.

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