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Not that brand; have a Joe Hauler I use to carry a bike behind my F-250 that has a bed cover. Works fine. Just be sure to check that everything is secure before diving off and it's not a bad idea to check it from time to time. One thing that helps from a safety perspective is to tie a rope around the rail and wheels. If your tie downs fail, you'll probably only loose the end of a handlebar instead of your bike somersaulting behind you. Make sure your hitch is properly rated for the weight.

http://www.joehauler.com/

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I know where there are some 2 and 3 rail m/c trailers that are very inexpensive. PM me if you want a price.

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I have one. Not as good as joe hauler but does the job and cost is much lower.

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I have the Sarge Industries one from TT. It is GREAT!!! Light and well built. :thumbsup: The only mod I recommend to do to any of the hitch carriers is to add a set of trailer lights. With the bike on it you can't see your vehicles tail lights. :applause:101_0200.JPG102_0201.JPG102_0202.JPG102_0203.JPG102_0204.JPG:ride:

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His feedback sucks...all the people are giving him negative feedback saying there carriers are made cheap and there carriers broke...!!!

but hey what do you expect for 99$, probbaly imported from like indonesia or china

dude his feedback is 97.7 and most people loved them they just had probs with shipping

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I think i might just make my own or something since htey look pretty easy to build

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Make one... for $99, I wouldn't bother. I bought something similar off of ebay last year. It works great. However, you still need a place for your gas, gear, tools, cooler, etc...

I also have a small pull behind trailer that I got really cheap. I find myself using it more that the hitch carrier that I bought. There is nothing wrong with the hitch carrier at all, it works perfectly. But at the end of the riding day, when you are tired as hell, its a pain to get the bike back up on the carrier and then back off again when you get home.

It works and you won't be sorry if you have it, I just prefer a pull behind that I can put more stuff on.

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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Motorcycle-cycle-carrier-rack-Dirt-bike-trailer_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ34284QQihZ016QQitemZ260019656383QQrdZ1

Does anybody have one of these and do they like them :thumbsup: because i need a cheap way to transport my bike thx

I don't have one and I don't know if that one is any good, but I have a friend who uses something similar and it works great. Can also use as a stand at your riding spot. If it was just me going, I'd get one like that.

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His feedback sucks...all the people are giving him negative feedback saying there carriers are made cheap and there carriers broke...!!!

but hey what do you expect for 99$, probbaly imported from like indonesia or china

Mine's super strong. I got rear ended with it and it only slightly bent the side rail but did a number on the front end of his car.

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I have the Sarge Industries one from TT. It is GREAT!!! Light and well built. :thumbsup: The only mod I recommend to do to any of the hitch carriers is to add a set of trailer lights. With the bike on it you can't see your vehicles tail lights. :applause:101_0200.JPG102_0201.JPG102_0202.JPG102_0203.JPG102_0204.JPG:ride:

That's a good idea. See above post.

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I think im just gonna turn our old tow behind mini camper thingy into a trailer for my dirtbike.

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