Will 2 wr450s fit in the back of a d-cab short bed tacoma??

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  • 05BlackTaco

Posted March 18, 2006 - 03:26 PM


Im at the Toyota stealership right now deciding wether to buy a short bed or a long bed. Does anyone have a d-cab short bed th at hauls around two dirt bikes in the back without any problems? Any quick replies would be great as I am going to buy with in an hour. Has anyone ever seen a d-cab short bed haul around two dirt bikes?

  • xrrguy

Posted March 18, 2006 - 03:33 PM


i have a double cab long bed and i can carry 2 dirt bikes but not with the tailgate up. i think the short bed will carry the bikes but the back tire will be closer to the end of the tailgate with it down.

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  • 05BlackTaco

Posted March 18, 2006 - 03:35 PM


How do you like the long bed? How does it handle and take corners? I like the look of the d-cab offroad package better but it isnt offered with the long bed. I just totaled a access cab with or package and that is why im in the market for a new rig.

  • ARin

Posted March 18, 2006 - 09:23 PM


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dont use those gay plastic tie-down cleats. THEY WILL BREAK!!! your bike WILL FALL OVER, and maybe fall OUT of the truck. Have some custom tie down points installed, or do it yourself. Trust me, i know.

  • dl19

Posted March 18, 2006 - 10:06 PM


Not going to fit two. Barely if at all you can fit one at a angle from front corner to rear corner. To each his own, but get the rig you want, and a cheap trailer will haul two easily. Shop around, and you can find a good 12" tired trailer for a couple hundred or less.


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