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Black Widow MX-600X Steel Motorcycle Carrier


List price: $ 192.98

Black Widow MX-600X Steel Motorcycle Carrier

FEATURED Black Widow MX-600X Steel Motorcycle Carrier

  • Maximum 600 lb. capacity Dirt Bike and Scooter Carrier for a 2″ Class III/IV hitch receiver. Not rec
  • High strength black steel frame with a detachable 59.25″L loading ramp
  • Clearance distance of 15.5″ from pin hole to carrier (20″ from pin hole to center track)
  • Assembles in about 20 minutes
  • Includes a reverse anti-tilt (anti-wobble) collar and hitch pin to reduce receiver slack
  • Dirt Bike and sport scooter carrier rack for 2″ Class III or IV hitch receivers
  • Includes a 59.25″ x 5.5″ detachable ramp for easy loading and unloading
  • 74.75″ Long carrier track with 5″ rung spacing and adjustable rung pins to match wheelbase
  • Innovative reinforced heavy duty steel construction with a 600 lb. carrying capacity
  • Includes a hitch stabilizing pinch bolt and reverse anti-tilt bracket

The motorcycle carrier works with 2″ Class III or IV vehicle hitch receivers. Not for use with 1-1/4″ Class II or smaller receivers. Hitch Clearance: 8″ distance from hitch pin to anchor loop, 15.5″ from hitch pin to carrier track, 7″ from pinch bolt to anchor loop, and 14.5″ from pinch bolt to carrier track. Maximum 600 lb. load capacity. Total hauling weight is calculated by adding the total weight of the motorcycle + 99 lbs. (MX-600X weight). Hitch Weight Limit: Most Class III hitches are rated for 500 lbs. – Most Class IV hitches are rated for 1,000 lbs. Carrier measures 74.75″ long with a 1.5″ high tire track. Removable tire well pins configure to 8″, 11.5″, and 15.5″ distance apart. Includes a hitch stabilizing pinch bolt and reverse anti-tilt bracket. Never exceed the maximum tongue weight rating of your trailer hitch (check the weight sticker on the trailer hitch). Some vehicles may require air shocks or heavier springs to stiffen up the suspension to prevent sagging. Please ch

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3 comments on “Black Widow MX-600X Steel Motorcycle Carrier

Sean Nokes
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Fort Lauderdale to Key West and back, March 5, 2017
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Rode a total of 390 miles from Fort Lauderdale to Key West and back. I was able to mount and dismount by myself but I was extra careful and had all cables setup and ready to be hooked up. I tightened the anti-wobble screws and the ride was pretty smooth.

Scooter that I mounted is a Vespa 300ie and weighs about 330lbs. When mounting i had to use accelarator and keep my hand on the break as a precaution.

I paid someone to build the rack for $50 because I suck at handyman jobs. I can carry the rack by myself but its heavy. It took him about an hour to build.

Soft loop tie down straps and highland 6′ cambuckle are indispensable and work perfect with this scooter.

I recommend watching the available YouTube videos that demonstrate how to mount and dismount with a single person.

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Don
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Very good Scooter or Motorcycle Carrier.., March 19, 2016
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This rack is worth every dollar you pay…just follow the instructions.. I’m a guy so as you know I didn’t..
It says leave the bolts loose..that means don’t use any tools at that point.they are nylock nuts just hand
Tighten.. They will be very wiggle kind of just hanging on…but that’s how it has to be for it to all go together
As planned..you need the room to make it all fit together…and it does..I didn’t have to do any drilling after
I loosened the bolts like they said to do in the first place…all these people that are saying that they had to re drill
Some holes did not follow the rules….all they had to do was to back off the nylocks..
Mine went together in less than a half hour..10 min backing off the bolts.. It’s very sturdy and quality made…l
I don’t know about the rusting issue but I know where I can buy a can of Black Rustproof Spraypaint..
I Find it a good buy that’s worth the money.. I Would recommend!
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William D. Boehmer
26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars
Take Your Scooter With You, May 16, 2012
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Like for bicycles, a hitch-mounted carrier is a convenient way to transport a scooter. I researched the various models available & selected the MX-600 because of its 600 lb. capacity, its clearance behind the vehicle & its anti-wobble feature along with its reasonable price.

UPS delivery was faster than expected & assembly was simple. The paper instructions aren’t the best, but assembly is pretty intuitive & takes less than 30 minutes. This product provides for reduction of the wobble inherent in the fit of hitch-mounted carriers & works well enough.

Getting the scooter onto the carrier works OK with the ramp provided, but is best done as a two-person operation. Once up on the carrier, the scooter is vulnerable to tipping until it’s tied down. I recommend ratcheting tie-down straps – it would be difficult to make the scooter secure without the ratchets to cinch the straps tight. Also, these tie-downs allow you to tilt the scooters if required to keep the handlebars/mirrors away from the vehicle.

Getting the scooter off the carrier can be a one-person operation – use its brake to control the roll down the ramp.

We use the carrier with our motorhome hitch to carry a 50cc scooter. Over 1,500 miles already in the past few weeks with no problems.

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