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Old 01-26-2016, 05:51 PM   #1
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Anyone ever used one. I can get a smoking deal on one with the gas can attachment and stand. Seems pretty neat and has good reviews on amazon. Any first hand opinions?


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Need something i can use so i dont have to use my trailer all the time. Since my POS sucking GD HOA writes me a letter and tacks on 5 bucks to my bill if its at my house for more than half a second. Plus it doubles as a work stand.
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The ones I've seen never look stable. I'm just glad I don't have an HOA.
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...and I thought this was a Mexican hauler...
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I have this one. Works just fine with all the dirtbikes I've carried. Just got to use it in conjuction with a forksaver and strap the rear wheel to the hauler.

I'd let it go, but I haven't lost hope in getting another dirt setup so holding onto it for now.

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I have this one. Works just fine with all the dirtbikes I've carried. Just got to use it in conjuction with a forksaver and strap the rear wheel to the hauler.

I'd let it go, but I haven't lost hope in getting another dirt setup so holding onto it for now.

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I've got a dirt bike for sale with your name on it.
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I've got a dirt bike for sale with your name on it.
It won't be for some time, but it'll happen again. With 3 kids under the age of 3, finding time for a dirt bike among having a street bike, in a softball league, occasional bball nights, life, work, weekend kids bday parties, etc....it ain't happening anytime soon. It'd be a garage queen.
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I bought the hitchhauler from CycleGear for $119. Excellent piece of kit. The stabilizer method actually works very well - no rocking or swaying at all. All steel, so durability should be good. It 's also rated up to 500 lbs. Personally, I would only haul dirtbikes, but I think some folks have carried their sportbikes with it too.

Bought the Harborfreight version before that and promptly returned it. HF makes some okay stuff and some POS. That one fell in the POS category.

You can get a MX stand for cheap separately.
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I wouldn't have a problem buying it, I bought a used one from Cliff Rock, I've hauled bikes on it half way across the US and never had a concern with it.
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Well i got it. Thing is built like a tank so i dont see that being an issue. Got it with the gas can attachment and floor stand so i can use it in the garage for 150. Missing a few nuts and bolts, but nothing i cant get at home depot for a few bucks. Think i got a good deal.
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