Posted October 12, 2001 - 06:29 PM
Right now I use a 5 gallon bucket, but every time I wonder if I am going to make it. I keep remembering Super Hunky tales of the many ways that a person could injure themselves while loading a motorcycle.
In case it matters, I have a Dodge Ram 4x4, not the ideal vehicle to load a dirt bike into.
Please help me, I don't want to become another nameless statistic
Posted October 12, 2001 - 06:36 PM
I use a two step folding step ladder - what you'd expect to see in the kitchen. You can buy them at Home Depot. You may remember from Metcalf last SuperBowl Sunday, I drive a Dodge 2500 4wd so I sympathize. The biggest thing for me is using an 8ft ramp to decrease the angle.
Posted October 12, 2001 - 07:28 PM
Posted October 12, 2001 - 08:05 PM
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Posted October 12, 2001 - 09:25 PM
Y2K WR400FM,Answer top tree w/Accu-Trax clamp,Pro-Tapers(CR-Hi w/ EE handguards),Devol Rad. & frame guards, Guts tall soft foam w/ ballistic cover, 14/52 w/DID VM X-Ring, Kouba-T,Michelin M-12's ft.& rr.,12 oz. flywheel weight, Zip-Ty Racing Link & Shark Fin(plus everythhing else cool that Ty offers), Cycra front rotor guard and T.M. Designworks Chain guide, buffer & chain wheels. Street legal except for the non-"DOT" tires.
Posted October 13, 2001 - 06:14 AM
Posted October 13, 2001 - 12:23 PM
lol, for the rest of us, you can try this:
Get a decent long ramp, and ride the bike up!
We have a low trailer, so its not a prob, but my friend has an F-150, and when we go riding with him we use a very simple method. He has an expanding 10ft ramp (strong kind, can easily take weight), and a spray-on lined bed, so we just line it up, and drive it right on up. Alot easier than you might think!
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Posted October 16, 2001 - 05:57 AM
Posted October 16, 2001 - 04:50 PM
yz timed now