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Old 04-19-2019, 11:29 PM #1
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Motorcycle Hitch Hauler

Anyone else haul their dirt bike on a hitch hauler? I just did and the bike blocks the rear tail lights. I plan to wire lights on to the hauler but not sure what a decent set of lights looks like. Anyone do this?

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I run the MX Hauler. It's great!
Never bothered adding lights.
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I run the most inexpensive single bike hauler and have no problems. Do you have a picture?
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Never used lights with mine, cops didn't give me grief either.
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I don't have a pic and I'm not worried about a ticket, I'm more worried about drivers behind me seeing me brake or signal for a lane change.
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You could probably buy a magnetic temporary set if your hauler is steel. Would work just fine I would think. I would probably shorten the wires a little though. Something like this...

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