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I was gonna make something to keep the tailgate from bouncing before I found these: Vehicle Systems: Tailgate Latchbar. I ended up getting a different tonneau cover, so my quad fits with the tailgate up now.
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Correct but even with ramps its not fun...though not impossible either.
yea, my wr was a heavy beast, i didn't have ramps, sucked... then i got ramps and it was a lil better, still no fun on your own.


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Anyone try fitting a full cruiser in a crewmax? can the tailgate support the rear weight/ tire on it for a 5hr ride?

my rear tire supported comes to 80 inche, but front tire touching the inside of the bed all the way to rear fender ending is 92 inches.

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Life is SO MUCH EASIER if you can spring the $$ to buy a flat aluminum trailer. Easier to load and unload the bikes. Plus you can carry extra gear and your buddies bike so you can share gas costs.
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I just got my new READYRAMP for my Tundra. Had the smaller one for my Tacoma. Hauled my KTM 300XC-W


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I see there are a lot of KTM's on here
I got the dc for this very reason. With the DC i can hall my KTM XCFW 250, my wife's TTR 125LE, my generator, gas cans, ect with no problem. All I have to do is get a strap and hook it from my tailgate to my footpeg and pull it tight and im all good to go when I pull my 28ft avenger. Without my camper and other stuff I just turn my back end around like in my sig.

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yea, my wr was a heavy beast, i didn't have ramps, sucked... then i got ramps and it was a lil better, still no fun on your own.
I had a wr250f and yup it was heavy, thats why I went to a liter more powerful KTM

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Correct but even with ramps its not fun...though not impossible either.
Just ride your bike up the ramps, thats what I do.

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Yamaha FZ1 and my R6 both fit in my CrewMax
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Yamaha FZ1 and my R6 both fit in my CrewMax
Does the rear tire end up being in the tail gate & if so any issues w/ leaving the weight on the tailgate?


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Yamaha FZ1 and my R6 both fit in my CrewMax
At the same time or independently? I ask because I've been contemplating whether two full-size sport bikes would fit at the same time.
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At the same time or independently? I ask because I've been contemplating whether two full-size sport bikes would fit at the same time.
Any full size truck can handle two sportbikes side by side in the bed. A smaller truck bed like the CM has would need the tailgate down for both (with one, depending on wheelbase and overall length, you could get away with putting the bike in on an angle and having the tailgate up).

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Any full size truck can handle two sportbikes side by side in the bed. A smaller truck bed like the CM has would need the tailgate down for both (with one, depending on wheelbase and overall length, you could get away with putting the bike in on an angle and having the tailgate up).
I thought so but just hadn't gotten around to trying it yet. I've already hauled a single bike 2 or 3 times - tailgate down as already mentioned.
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