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The guys in the local club have had several of the 1Ups fail in the..all citing problems with that Allen bolt...I have no reason not to believe them, but I don’t have any direct experience myself, yet.....
 

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I’m going back to my aluminum dirt bike hauler and ratchet straps.... best hauler for can buy and $140 on Amazon


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I have one of them as well.My son races Motorcross and I bought one because it's kind of a pain running one up a ramp because my truck sits pretty high.It works but honestly,it's a little sketchy.i'VE PUT MY m2s ON IT and it's still kinda sketchy because those big tires have so much give in them.
 

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I have one of them as well.My son races Motorcross and I bought one because it's kind of a pain running one up a ramp because my truck sits pretty high.It works but honestly,it's a little sketchy.i'VE PUT MY m2s ON IT and it's still kinda sketchy because those big tires have so much give in them.
It’s a lot less sketchy than than that Rambo hauler, lol. It’s terrible! I hauled my other bike on the dirt bike hauler last year. I never had an issue, but I tightened it up really good with the ratchet straps. Next best thing is probably hauling one on a tailgate cover. But it’s be rough getting the bike in and out of the truck bed every time.


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Again the rack that is made by the TimberTrail guys was pretty nice...not sure where anyone can see one in person though...I don’t know the owner of the one I saw...
 

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You can’t beat this hauler for the price.




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It comes with a sleeve that secures the bike to the hitch to where there’s absolutely no wobble or bounce with the hauler.




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You can’t beat this hauler for the price.




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Just curious if you have ever been pulled over by police for this? Had a buddy get pulled over and given a ticket. Officer said he couldn't see the plate.

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Just curious if you have ever been pulled over by police for this? Had a buddy get pulled over and given a ticket. Officer said he couldn't see the plate.

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Which State was that? Never have heard of such a thing.
 

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Just curious if you have ever been pulled over by police for this? Had a buddy get pulled over and given a ticket. Officer said he couldn't see the plate.

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No sir. When you’re direct behind the bike you can see the tag.


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No sir. When you’re direct behind the bike you can see the tag.


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Ok thanks! Was just wondering.

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It’s a lot less sketchy than than that Rambo hauler, lol. It’s terrible! I hauled my other bike on the dirt bike hauler last year. I never had an issue, but I tightened it up really good with the ratchet straps. Next best thing is probably hauling one on a tailgate cover. But it’s be rough getting the bike in and out of the truck bed every time.


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Right the tail cover is nice. But a pain, especially have back issues. Looking for a good, reliable receiver hauler. Just a single is all I need?
 

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The guys in the local club have had several of the 1Ups fail in the..all citing problems with that Allen bolt...I have no reason not to believe them, but I don’t have any direct experience myself, yet.....
What hauler do you use, recommend?
 

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The guys in the local club have had several of the 1Ups fail in the..all citing problems with that Allen bolt...I have no reason not to believe them, but I don’t have any direct experience myself, yet.....
Joe, what hauler do you use,, recommend.
All I need is a single hauler.
 

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Right the tail cover is nice. But a pain, especially have back issues. Looking for a good, reliable receiver hauler. Just a single is all I need?
You’re not gonna beat this for the price. Lightweight aluminum with a 400lb rating, it’s solid as a rock.



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What tires are some of you guys running and are you adding liners/slime, etc..to help with punctures.
 

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I want to go tubeless but it is very expensive once you buy rims and tires.


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Almost all of guys in the club are running tubeless minions but man those set-ups (rims/tires) are pricey
 

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I have searched for a cheaper alternative but, to my knowledge, there is no way to purchase that set up with spending 800-1000.


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