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Old 08-12-2019, 09:58 AM   #1
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MOTO-TOTE hitch hauler

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MOTO-TOTE hitch hauler

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Lightly used hitch hauler.

MOTO-TOTE heavy duty, not the cheap variety (I had one of those)

I think it is rated for 500 pounds. I have personally used it with:
SV650, Ninja 250, R3, CR250, KTM 625SMC.

It is good for a 160 rear. A 180 or 200 rear may not sit all the way down...

I can send pics to those interested

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Old 08-14-2019, 05:27 AM   #2
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Bump for a great product... someone needs to it up. I believe its actually rated at 600lbs. I've carried gsxr 1000's and my cruiser on it. cruiser weighs 580. I carried my 1000 all the way from Dallas with it. The best thing is that it doesn't change the MPG too much like you get from a trailer.

A tip for the bigger bikes(180 tire) I have flared the ends out a bit and they fit perfectly snug in there now.
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