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Black Widow Steel Motorcycle Carrier – 500 lb. Capacity - $125 (Ooltewah)

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New and unused. Sold motorcycle. Text or call number in the pictures.

Specifications
Length: 75-3/4"
Track Length: 75-3/4"
Track Width: 6-7/8"
Width: 6-7/8"
Height: 10"
Ramp Length: 45-1/2"
Ramp Width: 7"
Weight: 57 lbs.
Maximum Capacity: 500 lbs.
Hitch Class: III or IV
Hitch Size: 2"
Material: Steel
More Information
From putting them in to hauling them out, you need a motorcycle carrier that is safe, sound and secure. This carrier is built tough for the extra mile, and takes on rough roads with ease.

Instead of hitching a trailer, transporting bulky loading ramps, and spending extra time finding parking for your longer vehicle length, use a hitch-mounted carrier to get you where you need to go.

You'll be able to easily load motorcycles, dirt ikes and scooters with wheels up to 5" wide. This carrier installs on any Class III or IV 2" hitch receiver, and comes with a 45.5" long loading ramp. Tie-downs sold separately.

Transport motorcycles, dirt bikes, and scooters with wheels up to 5" wide on a Class III or IV hitch
500 lb. Weight capacity; self-storing 45.5" L ramp installs on either side
Powder-coated steel construction
Usage Guidelines
Please note, hitch-mounted motorcycle carriers are not recommended for use on tow-behind trailers including 5th wheel and camping trailers, motor-homes or RVs. Never exceed the maximum tongue rating of your trailer hitch and be aware that your hauling weight may be limited by your vehicle’s suspension. Some vehicles may require air shocks or heavier springs to stiffen up the suspension and prevent sagging; check with your dealer to determine the carrying and hauling capacity of your vehicle. Motorcycle carriers are not recommended for use with hitch adapters or extensions.

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