Transporting your bike.





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A bar harness strap works great when transporting in the back of a truck or loaded on a trailor. They range from $25-$30 but are well worth the money!!
 

monsterspeedfreak

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They're sideways loading and hold six bikes, dirt or street.
Or three quads.
Capacity is 3500 lbs and they tow like they're on rails due to the 245-60-15 tires I put on them.
Trailers that can handle speed!!!!!

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rubbersidedown

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They're sideways loading and hold six bikes, dirt or street.
Or three quads.
Capacity is 3500 lbs and they tow like they're on rails due to the 245-60-15 tires I put on them.
Trailers that can handle speed!!!!!
way-2-go monster.....nuthin like sense-a-fuggin-bility .
Sure ...you can use some Hungarian designed,South African built contraption , that will in fact , allow you to strap a Honda Trail 90 ( or a Busa ) to the roof of your YUGO .
OR....we could juz be a lil' sensible . an' stop bein' cheap. an lazy .
YOU WANT TO TRAILER SOMETHING ?
BUY A FUGGIN TRAILER .
DONT BUY SOME NEAT LOOKIN' ..."tie yer front wheel in the back of yer Chevette,place rear of bike on homemade skateboard thing" .
But....that's just me . Flame on .
 

Rhythm

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<span style='font-family:arial'><span style='font-size:15pt;line-height:100%'><span style='color:red'>Now thatz heavy duty!!!! How much</span></span></span>?

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Big O

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I put mine in the back of the truck with a POS ramp I made myself.  I would like those wide ramps so I could put my feet down while backing it out.
 

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