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Old 01-04-2013, 12:35 PM   #21
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I'd still worry about it bouncing/vibrating around. I think it would walk front or rear if there was any slope to the floor.
Not with the pitbull I stand I mentioned above!
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Old 01-04-2013, 01:24 PM   #22
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yea you can i brought 3 bikes in the back of a uhaul box truck and all my stuff, when i moved back from Phx. i will up load a pic when i get home to show you its possible lol
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I broke down once while traveling out of state, and had to rent a U-Haul to transport my bike to the nearest dealer. Turned out the nearest dealer was 300 miles away. Yes, it was a BMW.

I put the bike in the back, strapped it down to anchor points in the truck, and made it to the dealer without any issues.
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How much do those pitbull stands normally run? Also how easy are they to install and take out of the truck bed if you are transporting other things?
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How much do those pitbull stands normally run? Also how easy are they to install and take out of the truck bed if you are transporting other things?
You should be able to get you questions answered here.. http://www.pit-bull.com/
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It worked great, I just strapped it down with 6 rachets, didn't even shift for 600 miles.

BTW found some awesome biking roads on my way to Ski Apache in NM. Long sweeping turns, surface like Circuit of the Americas. And tickets don't get on your record.
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