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Old 03-22-2011, 12:08 PM   #15
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I bought a Hydro lift & am so happy with it.You can order different pieces if you want to carry a quad.I carry a Harley touring which the weight is 900lbs.I met a few people that bought cheaper worm drive units & some you can hook it up to a electric 1/2 drill.Everyone who bought saig they had problems and had to replace.You get what you pay for.Now that I look more you want to carry a Verdana so if you know a welder have him make you a small unit with 6 inch channel & hook it to your receiver & all should be fine.Years ago when I wa a kid I took two pcs of 6 inch channel about 1 foot long welded together and bolted it to my bumper of my old Ramcharger carring a yamaha 465 motorcross bike & never had any problems.Look for a handyman with welding experince he will make something for you.I find the stuff from Harbour frieght & places like that can from China & are made to cheap & to light of material but I love lots of stuff habor frieght has.I live in Canada in summer & Az in winter so I spend lots of time at habor & we have princess auto in Canada that have many things that might work.I just like things to be over built as I would hate for something to come off & hurt someone behide me.

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