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Message posted by Ste12100 via mobile 24/4/2022 at 10:04am
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Hi all, iíve just bought an erde 122( second hand) Iíve got a fre storage questions wonder if someone could help.

1) can they be stored upright? As i have a garage but also have a motor bike in there so need as much space as possible.

2) I have a shed and rear access to get to my garden. Is it ok to take the trailer apart mainly the abs cover and the side panels? As i could store it in there then as iím only using it once or twice a year?


Thanks for any advise.

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yep ours has been sat upright now for 9 months on my decking, as for questions 2 we also have issues getting into our garden, so it gets put on its end, on a small trolley and then moved thr a 3 ft wide tunnel between the houses

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When I had a camping trailer many years ago I simply bolted 4 swivel castors on the back so you merely lifted the trailer on end and pushed it into the back garden.
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WE have stored our Erde 122 upright against the garage wall for 20+ years

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Ah cheers guys.
Yeah i was worried about the light board getting damaged but a trolley would make that easier.

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Quote: Originally posted by marg6 on 24/4/2022
yep ours has been sat upright now for 9 months on my decking, as for questions 2 we also have issues getting into our garden, so it gets put on its end, on a small trolley and then moved thr a 3 ft wide tunnel between the houses



Ah awesome do you take some of it apart then to get it through that gap?

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nope, its all as it would be on the road, just stand on its end on the trolley and then push it thr the gap, ok yes we do have to watch for scraped knuckles and keep fingers out the way but it makes it harder to get pinched out the back garden too! ours goes over decking onto gravel across gras and then back onto decking, it doesnt take long


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