Join Date: May 2015
Location: Marietta, GA
Year/Make/Model: 2010 Kawasaki Voyager
The Voyager will definitely pull a trailer. Folks here pull everything from HF Tag Along trailers to pop-up campers. I pulled a Tag Along behind an 1100cc Honda Sabre on a 7k mile cross country trip, so I know a 1700cc Voyager will have no problem pulling one. I recommend a Chuckster trailer hitch if you don't have one yet. That's what I have, though I haven't pulled the trailer with the Voyager, yet.
The Harbor Freight Tag Along trailer is about as cost effective a purchase as you can make for a motorcycle trailer, especially if you catch them on sale. Some have made their own using HF bare trailers for the base and adding a cargo box (like a Thule car top carrier).
If you do get any HF trailer, the very first thing to do is clean out the pitifully small amount of what they call grease from the hubs (it's more like a runny wax than grease) and put some real grease in there. You will need a 5-wire to 4-wire connection kit for the trailer lights. Get one that uses battery to power the trailer lights, but uses relays to trigger the power (an isolated trailer connection kit). Much safer for the motorcycle electrical system. Don't buy one from a motorcycle place. Get one from an auto parts store for a fraction of what the motorcycle places sell the exact same thing for.
RAM mount for TomTom Rider 400 (with anti theft module)
6000k LED Headlight & Spots; Kisan Headlight Modulator (works with LEDs),
__Brake Light Modulator, LED License Plate Holder
Dobeck EJK 3.0
Lucky Mirror Extenders
Misc. RAM Mounts for Cup Holder, SPOT, Phone, etc.
Chuckster BAK, Trailer Hitch and Cooler Rack
Wiring for Trailer
Ray's Throttle Mod
Things to do:
Drilling Baffle Plates (Maybe)
Paint HF Tag Along Trailer to Match Bike