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  • Rider Cargo Motorcycle Fork Brace

    ★★★★★

    Ryan in KY

    Save your suspension and wallet with a fork support.

    Bought this knowing id be transporting my bike 25 hrs west to the Arizona/California area for a trip and it worked great. Will use many times again anytime I'm trailering the bike.

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  • Motorsport Products Fork Saver

    ★★★★★

    Lance in ID

    fork saver

    This fork saver is awesome. Easily adjust and works great. Don't have to slide cross piece under brake and electronic cable. fits in either way.

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  • Tusk Motorcycle Tow Strap

    ★★★★☆

    Jim in CO

    Small & Compact

    Small and compact, fits in my fender bag. I wish it was a little longer length.

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  • SpeedStrap Pockit-Tow Strap

    ★★★★★

    Charles in CO

    Very lightweight and easy to stow

    I got the 15 footer for an emergency tow strap for motorcycling. I like the light weight and how soft and flexible it is making it super easy to stow in my tool bag. The loops are continuous the entire length of the rope. It's really more like two ropes stitched together every half inch or so making all the loops. All in all pretty nice, I'll update my review if I ever have any issues with it as I have not had a chance to use it in anger.

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  • All Jacked Up Switch Hauler with Foot Peg Restraint

    ★★★☆☆

    Walter in VA

    Honda Ridgeline Fitment Issue

    I have fitment issues on my Honda Ridgeline 2017. The thru hole on the receiver is very close/forward to the receiver collar. Therefore the fixing bolt (3/4 inch) used to secure the hitch CANNOT be tightened as the collar obstructs the outside edges of the bolt. I had to grind away @3mm of the collar so the bolt would property tighten. This also only allows 3 1/2 inches of the hitch to be inside the receiver. My One-Up bicycle rack has a much better fitting/locking system. By the time I figured this all out, too late to box up and send back. The hitch itself is well made and on the right truck should serve you well.

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  • RevArc MX Loading Ramp

    ★★★★★

    Brock in UT

    Great lightweight ramp

    I am pretty happy with this ramp. It's small and lightweight, but very effective for loading a dirtbike. I drive a non-lifted Tundra and feel like it works perfectly. I usually bring a cooler or bike stand to use as a step getting up into the truck bed. Product quality is great and I expect this to last a long time.

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