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Trackside Motorcycle Carrier
The Trackside Motorcycle Carrier is a great alternative choice for your motorcycle transportation needs when a trailer is not an option. It is constructed entirely of steel with a powder-coated finish for years of durability. Included is a ramp that allows for loading from either side of the carrier and a anti-tilt device to help eliminate excessive movement of the motorcycle carrier inside trailer hitch.
- For use with a Class III or Class IV trailer hitch only
- Supplied ramp attaches to carrier for transportation and storage
- All steel construction
- Powder-coated finish
- Tire position can be adjusted by moving the wheel track carrier bolts
- Can be loaded or unloaded from either side
- Maximum load rating: 500 lbs
- Maximum tire width: 4.75"
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Reviews & Questions
I have a Suzuki DRZ 400SM with a 150/60-17 rear tire that does not fit in the supplied ramp. The supplied ramp also does not stay in the perch very well. A pin or something to hold it in place would be nice. I did like the storing of the ramp when not in use though.
The Anti-wobble device would not reach any threads to tighten down. Without it, there is a good bit of sway in the hitch on my Toyota Tundra. I was unsure of the design as there was no stop for the front tire as seen on others.
It looks like I will be using tried and true ramps if needed or just hitch up the trailer.