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Old 12-12-2007, 02:23 PM   #1
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I would like to take my goldwing motor cycle and it looks like blue ox makes a hitch carrier but will I be able to tow our car that I pull on a dolly?
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I would like to take my goldwing motor cycle and it looks like blue ox makes a hitch carrier but will I be able to tow our car that I pull on a dolly?
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Reading the Blue Ox web site, there are three choices, depending on the weight of the bike and the vehicle being towed.
Motorcycle Carrier I
Sport Lift I
Sport Carrier I
look like they will allow a vehicle to be towed. Consider determining the weight of the bike, car and the capacity of the coach for hitch and total towing weight. Also, contact BLue Ox for a dealer near you. Tell them what you want to do and see what they have to say.
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We carried our V-Star 1100 on a Blue Ox Sport Carrier and towed our Toyota pickup behind it. Worked fine. The bike rack has a standard receiver hitch built into it.

For a heavy bike like yours, you will need to have two extra small outrigger recivers welded to the motorhome frame. They came with the rack.
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