We took delivery of our TI yesterday, and have it stored on our new Hobie / Trailex Double/Double trailer. We got the trailer just over a month ago and have been using it with our old Sport and Outback while waiting for the TI to arrive. With the two older boats, the Trailex was a bit bouncy because it was so lightly loaded, though it pulled very smoothly. It handles differently with the TI mounted on it - much steadier now, which I attribute to the added weight.
The TI arrived with the new TI cradles, and I helped getting them mounted on the Trailex. The pre-production TI cradle they have on hand is very different from the shipping version; the pre-production unit is made from fiberglass and looks like a lot of hand-work was involved, while the production unit is made from white molded plastic of some sort. Both have a black felted-material glued to them to protect the kayak and ama hulls. The TI cradles are much shallower than the AI cradles, and there isn't any bow or stern support.
The TI takes exactly
one half of the 8 foot wide Trailex; there is enough room for two of them and nothing else - no room at all for the optional center Tower System. We plan on storing a Revo on the passenger side this year (we take delivery in a couple of weeks), but may trade it in for another TI next year - depending on how my wife likes single-handing the TI on her own.
The TI and Trailex together are 22 feet, 4 inches in length - measured from the tip of the hitch up front, to the end of the rudder in the rear, longer if you store the the TI further back on the cradles. There is approximately 3 feet between the end of the TI and the bumper of my pickup (1990 Toyota Truck). The center-line distance between the support cross-beams is exactly 67 inches. I cannot store the TI and trailer inside; the image below shows how big it is compared to my two-car garage - I can see both the hitch and the rudder from the street.