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    Default Re: Ultimate MX Hauler Feedback

    Discount Ramps has lots of different carriers with videos. I prefer the AL Tilt-a-Rack, simple, nothing to fret about. .

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    I've used the MX Hauler for a few years now and I replaced the jack once. 20 bucks, no biggie.
    Space in my garage is at a premium and this hauler stores very small. Very stable while transporting the bike even with some mild off roading to get to my campsite.
    I'd buy it again.
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    Nice combo!

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    Default Re: Ultimate MX Hauler Feedback

    Quote Originally Posted by Moto315 View Post
    Thinking of swapping out for an Ultimate MX Hauler. I donít haul multiple bikes any more. What are peopleís experience with it? Good, bad, indifferent?

    If it is a great option, how much do you think I can get for this 3 place motorcycle trailer? Has wood floor, new tires, and a new tire on a spare wheel.
    I have the Ultimate MX Hauler and love it. I have had the rails systems, too flexy and sketchy holding the bike upright. The MX Hauler is easy to load, uses the foot pegs to secure to platform, suspension hangs free and the bike never moves. Tons of clearance as well as it lifts the bike up with a simple jack. there is a locking T-bolt that secures the bike in the air even if the hydraulic jack fails. Bar for pumping up the jack self stors in a tube mounted on the hauler. I went from an enclosed trailer with multiple bikes to this. Super simple setup, love it.Click image for larger version. 

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    Anyone know of a foot peg breaking off? Obviously its a strong point designed to carry a rider standing straight up on it but intuitively it seems like a lot of pressure locking down on the pegs as the only source of tying the bike down.
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    Default Re: Ultimate MX Hauler Feedback

    Quote Originally Posted by mtnavd View Post
    I've used the MX Hauler for a few years now and I replaced the jack once. 20 bucks, no biggie.
    Space in my garage is at a premium and this hauler stores very small. Very stable while transporting the bike even with some mild off roading to get to my campsite.
    I'd buy it again.
    Gotta say I am no fan of those suv's............HOWEVER.....that pic looks absolutely fantastic with the bike on the back!!!

    Ultimate MX Hauler is great IMO. I still have my Motojackrack after 25 years and it still works. Never busted a footpeg and went through some pretty hairy back woods dirt roads that i thought the bike was going to fly off. I think the design is very sound.
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    I have used my MX Hauler for 7 years; replaced the jack once with a bottle jack from habor freight. Never a problem with it, easy to load and unload by yourself. The bike is steady going on desert roads at 50-60 MPH and I get to keep my shell on my truck.

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    The MX Hauler is a great set up. If I wasn't a "VAN guy" I would seriously consider the MX Hauler but I just don't like having my bike on display outside the vehicle.
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    Default Re: Ultimate MX Hauler Feedback

    Quote Originally Posted by wfopete View Post
    The MX Hauler is a great set up. If I wasn't a "VAN guy" I would seriously consider the MX Hauler but I just don't like having my bike on display outside the vehicle.
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