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MaxxTow MaxxHaul Aluminum Motorcycle Carrier for 2" Hitches - 400 lbs

MaxxTow MaxxHaul Aluminum Motorcycle Carrier for 2" Hitches - 400 lbs

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Easily load and transport your small motorcycle or dirt bike with this lightweight, sturdy, aluminum hitch-mounted carrier. Clamps, adjustable cradles, and tie-down loops provide extra security. Included ramp makes it easy to load and unload. Call 800-298-1624 to order MaxxTow hitch cargo carrier part number MT70101 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all MaxxTow products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for MaxxTow MaxxHaul Aluminum Motorcycle Carrier for 2" Hitches - 400 lbs. Hitch Cargo Carrier reviews from real customers.
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MaxxTow Hitch Cargo Carrier - MT70101

  • Motorcycle Carrier
  • Fixed Carrier
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • MaxxTow
  • Aluminum
  • Class III
  • Class IV
  • Standard Duty

Easily load and transport your small motorcycle or dirt bike with this lightweight, sturdy, aluminum hitch-mounted carrier. Clamps, adjustable cradles, and tie-down loops provide extra security. Included ramp makes it easy to load and unload.


Features:

  • Hitch-mounted carrier holds 1 motorcycle not exceeding 400 lbs
    • Perfect for motocross and dirt bikes
  • Front and rear cradles adjust with pull pins for a perfect fit
  • Built-in wheel clamps tighten around the front wheel to secure it to the carrier
  • Aluminum ramp makes it easy to load and unload
    • Ramp secures to carrier during travel
  • Integrated tie-down loops for simple, quick fastening
    • Ratcheting tie-downs sold separately
  • Anti-rattle bracket holds receiver and shank together to reduce movement and noise
  • 2 Safety reflectors provide increased visibility
  • Constructed of lightweight, durable, rustproof aluminum
    • Steel shank provides additional strength and support


Specs:

  • Application: 2" x 2" trailer hitches
  • Weight capacity: 400 lbs
  • Carrier dimensions: 79" long x 8-1/2" wide
  • Track width: 7"
  • Ramp dimensions: 41" long x 8-1/2" wide
  • Distance from center of hitch pin hole to center of track: 17"
  • Distance from center of hitch pin hole to closest edge of carrier: 12-1/2"


Moto Carrier Dims

Transporting your dirt bike has never been easier. This convenient, hitch-mounted carrier includes a sturdy, lightweight ramp that attaches to the aluminum frame, making loading and unloading your motorcycle a snap. Once your bike is secured on the carrier, the ramp detaches and mounts parallel to the track for simple storage. With a 400-lb weight capacity and a 7" wide track, this carrier will accommodate most small motorcycles and dirt bikes. Adjustable pull pins allow you to easily adjust your front and rear tire cradles for a perfect fit.


Safe and Secure

This MaxxHaul motorcycle carrier was designed with security in mind. From keeping your motorcycle securely attached to your carrier, to making your driving experience as safe as can be, this carrier offers many features that work together to give you peace of mind.


Tie Down Loops

The integrated tie-down loops provide attachment points for ratcheting tie-downs (sold separately), making it quick and easy to secure your bike to the carrier.


Cradle Wheel Clamps

Wheel clamps are built in on both sides of the front tire cradle. Simply use the knobs to tighten each clamp around the front tire of your motorcycle to hold it firmly in place.


Cradle Adj Pins

Both the front and rear cradles are adjustable. Just move the included pull pins to make the cradle longer or shorter. Using these pins, you can adjust the size of the cradles to fit around your tires perfectly.

Carrier Reflectors

On each side of the motorcycle carrier, there is a safety reflector. This reflector provides increased visibility to make hauling your motorcycle even safer.



70101 Maxx Tow Maxx Haul Aluminum Motorcycle Carrier - 2" Hitches - 400 lbs

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MaxxTow MaxxHaul Aluminum Motorcycle Carrier for 2" Hitches - 400 lbs - MT70101

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (67 Customer Reviews)

Easily load and transport your small motorcycle or dirt bike with this lightweight, sturdy, aluminum hitch-mounted carrier. Clamps, adjustable cradles, and tie-down loops provide extra security. Included ramp makes it easy to load and unload.

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I loaded my Vespa GT200 onto the MT70101 carrier and drove 2,750 miles to Arizona in my Toyota Highlander....the carrier worked flawlessly...My mileage was hardly affected by the scooter. I secured mt Vespa with 4 ratchet straps, and away we went. I secured mt Vespa with 4 ratchet straps, and away we went. I do find it impossible to load by myself...getting up the ramp requires 2 people...my wife has gotten pretty good with helping me. I am extremely pleased with this carrier and would recommend it to anyone. A great find.


Comments
The more I use the MT70101 the more I like it...it works flawlessly.
John - 02/19/2020



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Nice Wide Carrier and Ramp, well made. Should last a lifetime! Cardboard Box and Packing was destroyed when it arrived. The Ramp lip was bent on one end. An adjustable wrench took care of the issue in 2 seconds. It had a rough ride getting to me. I'm using it to carry a Motorcycle on the front and a camper on the back of my truck. The Pic is of a 170 lb CT90. I will be loading a Yamaha TW200 in the future. The 2" Front Receiver Hitch was custom made and installed by a local Hitch Shop behind the licence plate bracket so it would not be so low to the ground. The Under Bumper you can buy are to low and act like plows on dirt roads and speed Bump knockers on the pavement. If not camping, it will be installed and used on the rear receiver hitch of this truck and a Jeep.



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I've used this a bunch of times and it does truly work well overall. Some hiccups with using the wheel chock and front tire pin, I don't use those at all anymore. Learned the hard way to undo the front tie downs before the rear (don't ask how) but the manufacturer can't be blamed for my mistakes. I've carried a 290 dual sport, a 370 pound sport bike and a 360 pound dual sport on it and at no point has it protested or given me the impression it couldn't handle what I threw at it. Really good little unit, I'd buy it again in a heartbeat.



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Looks like it will do the job for our CT90. The box was destroyed by UPS, I can't believe nearly everything was still in the box. Nuts and bolts were loose in the box, but only two lockouts were missing. It would probably be a good idea to snug up the lock nuts, or tape them in place before shipping. It would have been nice to have a parts list or directions to help figure out what might be missing, but the videos and pictures on the website helped me figure it out. The plastic feet for the ramp fell out, I can't see what would keep them in. But I drilled some holes and put two pop rivets per side, so that should hold. A couple screws would have worked too.



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I seems like a good carrier but will not work without a hitch extender on a Jeep Wrangler with the spare tire on and a scooter. The scooter leans on the tire. It definitely doesn't have enough mounting points.



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It's ok, I wish the supports for the tires were adjustable, when we put my son's RMZ 450 on it, the supports don't line up that well, so we had to drill out pop rivets and put them where we need them. The strapping it down is the hardest part, we have moved away from straps and use metal turnbuckles from the carrier to the foot pegs of the Dirt bike instead. My son had some close calls with the dirt bike wanting to tip over.. I think there could be some improvements to the overall design and function of it. If you were to ask if I would by another, my answer would be no... Kind of disappointing.



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Works great, makes my hunting trips eas ier.


Comments
No problems, works fine, am satisfied!
Ray A - 10/20/2020


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Price is right. Pretty easy to load, but knobby tires get stuck in it and it gets difficult to unload. I've had a lot of trouble unloading it by myself. Usually not too bad with a friend, but my bike's been pretty stuck on there to the point where it was difficult to unload even with a second person helping.



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this carrier is a nice unit but I can’t give it a great review. The reason for this is the tie down brackets for the bike. The front one near the trailer hitch is very strong. However the one on the rear scares me. It is used for two functions, one to hold the loading ramp in place, second as s tie down for the bike. It bends when tightening down the ramp and is a cheap piece of metal not braced correctly. This plate is not welded along the top where it should be and has two “wings” on it for bracing. These wings do nothing to make it stronger. They should extend completely down the length of the tube and be fully welded for strength!!



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The item is well made and conforms to the stated specs. The packaging is inadequate for the shipping method. Some parts were loose inside the outer box and one ramp bumper was slightly damaged. There were NO assembly instructions or fully assembled picture other than an installed photo on the outside of the inner box. The 7/8 bolt that I think is used to secure the hitch wedges is too long. I had to make some steel spacers to take up the gap.



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etrailer made my purchase hassle free. Let me know who was incharge of my delivery and when it was expected to ship. They provided great information for me to make my purchase decision. Also provided video on how to use the product once I received.



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Works as advertised! Very stable platform. I just wish it had more contact points to use multiple tie downs for added piece of mind. Not a requirement to haul your bike safely however. I did alot of research finding the right carrier. Settled on this one for the design. DO NOT sacrafice safety for a cheapo from that discount hardware store.



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This thing is awesome. The girlfriend and I put it together in 10 minutes, then I took a 12 hour trip to California, and 12 hours back, it held the bike beautifully. No vibration, no movement, it was beautiful. I would highly recommend this to anyone with a single motorcycle. If you have a Chevy Tahoe it works perfect. Thanks again George, Nicole and Carol. Great customer service



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Fits the TW200 like a glove. Most stable option I’ve tried so far! I put on front of my Tundra and can only see the handlebars and cargo rack. Highly recommend this one. The anti rattle/sway clamps really do the trick! Good job!



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My new aluminum Max Tow. Hauling Honda Ruckus 49cc scooter



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Great service and the product looks great. Only took me a little more than an hour to put it together and get it on the truck so tomorrow I go pick up my new bike.



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What a neat little carrier. Great quality. Well made. Our little Honda 85 has a bit too short wheelbase but it still secured easily. My son can easily load his own bike now.



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This is a very well-built lightweight trailer. It’s key feature for me is that it is wide enough for the tires of a Coleman minibike. It is rock-solid and simple to assemble and use.



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The motorcycle carrier came as promised, I put it together this morning. Plan on hauling my Zuma scooter on the back of my travel trailer. The carrier is exactly as pictures show. Well made and fits together well. The only complaint I have is the instructions for putting together are not good. I just relied on my male intuition to finish the job. You know how men never read instructions anyway. I would give this a 5 star if instructions were as good as the product and ordering and delivery.



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This is awesome for the person who has a scooter or small bike to carry. The installation was easy and it was a quiet as a mouse when hauling. Very easy to forget its back there. Almost too easy. :-) A recommendations would include higher / taller tie down points off the main stem into the hitch. Overall this has worked well for my scooter and the reason for the missing star is the missing safe feeling from allowing the scooter to be held only by the tie straps. Again, a taller arm making to tie down on would comfort my feelings. Strong and good product for anyone.



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Working great, using it on the front of Ford F-250 to carry a Honda ct110



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We love our trailer! We use it to take our scooter to the dirt track and have traveled thousands of miles with it!



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Can only give it 3 stars because i hav not used it yet. Just got it yesterday. The packaging it came in was fairly destroyed but everything was still there and in good shape. Seems like a stout product. No doubt it will hold a 400 pound bike.



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This carrier is everything I expected. Easy assembly and fits my Yamaha tw200 perfectly. It would be great if it had marker,turn,brake lights instead of just reflectors.



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I bought this a year ago when my son got a dirt bike. We’ve used it many many times, and it’s still working great. It was a very good investment. The carrier is relatively easy to use- we’ve got it down to a routine now, loading and unloading the bike. The carrier attaches to our hitch pretty easy too, It could be done- carrier and bike, with one person. But it is a littler easier and quicker with two. The carrier is very sturdy, and stays in place- no movement while driving. We did purchase an additional piece ( I can’t recall the name of it now), which stabilized the carrier where it inserts into the hitch. It keeps it from the little bit of movement /bouncing around that we had without. Now it is solid.


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