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Looking for advice and/or experience - May 28, 2009, 02:08 PM

Looking for any advice or experience with a motorcycle hauler which is in the attached pictures. The brand pictured is a Joe Hauler JH05 Deluxe Cam-Loc Heavy Duty. I am looking to purchase this for my move from west to east coast. The description of this item is as follows:
  • Designed for heavier, more valuable motorcycles.
  • Larger diameter cross brace tubing.
  • Wider rear tire width for bikes with up to 10" wide rear tires
  • Wider hold down bars for more stability and four tie down
    locations.
  • Cam-Loc eliminates hitch slop.
  • Fits any Class III 2" receiver type hitch.
  • Holds street and dirt bikes up to 800 lbs.
  • Has position for mounting ramp, 7' ramp is included.
  • Lights and mounts are available upon request.
  • Powder coated black.
  • 3 year warranty.
  • Weighs 80 lbs plus ramp.
  • All welded construction requires truck freight.
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May 28, 2009, 08:34 PM

BUMP...Hello, anyone there?


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1989 Suzuki GSX-R 750: Track - Sold

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May 29, 2009, 06:10 AM

This has already been discussed try using the search feature. IMO doesnt that look like a pretty expensive bumper? On another note it should hold up fine if your just using it to move...


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