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When I drove out to the swell last spring to say hi to all the forum members, I paid particular attention to Fred's motorcycle hauler.
I hadn't ever seen one like it, and I remember thinking, damn this guy is an engineering genius.
Because I thought it was homebuilt, but I have seen some since then, so I'm guessing Fred bought his instead of building it.
Anyway I do like the way it works.
Especially for doing maintenance, so when we were down in Arizona a couple weeks ago, I saw this one on Craigslist, for $75.
So I went and bought it.
I will probably just use it for maintenance though, as it's a little too low to the ground.
So thank you for putting the idea in my head, Fred.
 

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$75 is a smoking hot deal for a MOTOJACK .Great find!
I paid $200 for mine off of Craigslist. As you point out it makes a pretty good bike lift for some maintenance and repair work at the shop.
 

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I also thought it was a snappy way to load a bike and have a way to work on it as well. MOTOJACK huh? I'll have to remember that. Thanks for that reminder.
 

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Just for clarification, the hitch carrier in the first post is an Ultimate MX Hauler. This is similar to the Moto Jack Rack which is no longer available. I have owned both of these carriers, and my personal preference is the Moto Jack Rack, however $75 for an MX Hauler is a pretty good deal!

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Yes, I did that just as a prank with Mrs.Admiral demonstrating at MOAB 2016. Never used it as such though so no need to recoil in horror if I offer you a cup of coffee off the stove. I occasonally put a chair on it to have an adjustable height seat for putting on motorcycle boots.
 
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