wylwrk: Why would you buy a house for 100,000 when you can build one yourself for considerably less?
Why pay the kid next door 10 bucks to mow your lawn when you can do it yourself?
Why buy a sandwich from the deli when you can make your own?
Your question is just as silly as these.
MuzzaHukka: Would this fit on a Kawasaki Ninja 350? And if so, how much would it cost me including a hitch and all wiring. Please give me a quote an send an email to MuzzaHukka at Yahoo dot Co dot Uk. Thanks for your time!
Bryant Matthews: i would buy one
Stephen Shives: Thanks for the interest in Runaway. Don't be fooled by the shape; our design tows extremely well, even with very small cars.
mickkjh: How are the aerodynamics? The rectangle shape allows more room than a conventional teardrop, but doesn't it catch a fair amount of wind while traveling, especially on windy days?
alpaslanfahri: depends on the size of your glutes and quads :D
Peter Piper: Can this thing be pulled by a bicycle?
rose hammer: cute
Stephen Shives: Thanks Tommy! Don't just dream... enjoy the journey mate!
DjTommyKx: awesome stuff mate. not my style but!!!!!! Im more of the bobber type with swag on the forks bloke.... (I am dreaming of travelling round oz) how ever if some blokes or gals dont want to live a little rough in the elements this is bloody AWESOME! Congrats on following your dreams of becoming your own man/boss mate.
elbosausage: thats dedication for sure...i know someday ill make it to florida and hopefully the wife and i can take a look at the models you guys got..i think after one review i saw on this camper someone did--it truly is a great alternative to the teardrop.you guys in fla. do great work.please keep posting vids..im gonna sub you guys and help spread the word!-gary/texas
elbosausage: very cool..love the idea.-gary/texas
Runaway 4x8 Mini Camper Camping Trailer $2,495 Affordable Teardrop Alternative5
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