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Old 01-25-2014, 05:46 AM   #1
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Does anyone carry a scooter or motorcycle on the back of their Toad (Jeep) -vs- the back of the motorhome. Thinking about buying a 450 lb Honda Scooter and trying to figure out best and easiest way to transport. Not sure if jeep spare tire would be in the way. Seems like it would be easier to have on the jeep. Any thought or pics would be great.

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I set up a rack on the back of our motor home. The rack doubles as a receiver hitch and its strong enough to pull almost anything.

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I use a VersaHaul rack to carry a 350 cc Piaggio, that weighs 400 lbs on the back of my Class A. The rack weighs about 80, so it is under the 500 lb verticle hitch weight limit. I know someone who carried a scooter on the back of a Jeep Liberty behind a Class A. Depends on your tow hitch vertical weight rating.
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