Those bike carriers look like such a great idea but I have seen a few problems with them.
First on cars they mount really low and when you drive over a small drainage gully they scrap on the ground or road, speed bumps would do a similar thing.
Next in our country they are only legal if you install lights, indicators, stop and driving lights.
The ones I have seen always sway like mad. It is carrying a $10K asset.
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Thread: Frame mounted motorcycle carrier
04-28-2010, 01:19 AM #11Grip it and Rip it
04-28-2010, 06:48 AM #12Junior Member
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- Apr 2010
- Timmins, ON
That's definetly some good points right there. I never really thought of how low it would be. I guess to fix that I could put an upwards angle on the HSS coming from the receiver to lift it up a bit...but then there's the issue with traffic laws like you mentioned..I guess it would be a good idea to look into that!Welders always like achieving full penetration with a tight fit in a clean gap