EGO BIKE Steel Motorcycle Scooter Dirtbike Carrier Hauler Hitch Mount Rack Ramp Anti Tilt

October 7, 2019 - Comment

This is a great way to your motocross bike, scooters and off road dirt bikes. It’s heavy-duty steel frame makes it reliable and gives it strength and durability. It’s portable in design and features a ramp, making it easy to load your bike onto the carrier. FEATURES: Loading ramp; Anti-tilt locking device (prevents wobble); Heavy-duty

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(as of November 20, 2019 11:19 pm EST - Details)

This is a great way to your motocross bike, scooters and off road dirt bikes. It’s heavy-duty steel frame makes it reliable and gives it strength and durability. It’s portable in design and features a ramp, making it easy to load your bike onto the carrier. FEATURES: Loading ramp; Anti-tilt locking device (prevents wobble); Heavy-duty power-coated steel construction; Easy assembly (8 bolts and nuts); Made for a 2″ square receiver (class II, III, IV, OR V trailer hitch); Multi-load (load from either side) SPECIFICATIONS: 500 lbs capacity; Main hitch tube: 18″(L); Loading ramp: 38.5″(L) x 4.75″(W); Carrier overall dimensions: 76″(L) x 7″(W) PLEASE NOTE:Trailer hitch pin not included

Product Features

  • Anti-tilt locking device. To get a updated version, you can search for the ASIN B07NP82M1T on Amazon.
  • Loading ramp and Designed to safely carry up to 500 lbs
  • Multi-load (load from either side).
  • 2″ square receiver (class II, III, IV, OR V trailer hitch)
  • Carrier overall dimensions: 76″(L) x 7″(W)

Comments

Anonymous says:

The ramp sucks… otherwise it’s halfway OK, kind of If you’re looking at this one you’re probably looking at it because it’s the cheapest option for this style hitch carrier ramp for your dirt bike / motorcycle. I know I was..On the plus side, the carrier itself felt plenty strong to hold my bike (2011 YZ450F). I added a hitch stabilized to stop it from rolling side to side and honestly that part was fine.The biggest negative, however, is the ramp. It’s so short you might as well be throwing your bike up on the ramp…

Anonymous says:

Sturdy! I received this carrier with a purchase of a CRF80. It sat in a corner of my garage in the box it shipped in until I was bored and decided to assemble it with the idea of selling it. Then I decided to try it instead of using a ramp into the bed of my truck. I’ve used it ever since. It was easy to assemble but confusing as to how it actually works w/ the removable bolts and anti-wobble hardware. I figured out that the removable bolts were used to accommodate different size motorcycles. I gave up…

Anonymous says:

Cheap good carrier. Looks like a good carrier. I have the same complaints as others:1. Directions are almost worthless. Hard to see pictures and translate them to how to put it together.2. Wish there were more tie down hooks on carrier3. Seems like the ramp is really flimsy. I got my bike in by myself, but the ramp slips off end a lot. The end of the carrier where ramp goes when trying to load was bent when I unpacked the box.I will use it a few times and see if it holds up…

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