Thanks for the info, that is what I'm worried about, planning on taking a long trip to Texas but I guess I should be good as long as I avoid big bumps.XxIcEmAnxX said:yes BUT.....do not take speed bumps or any bumps too fast. my tacoma prerunner has a bent tailgate and some nice dents from bringing my bike home.
How you gonna' do that? I thought everything was b***** in Texas...:twofinger8ball said:Thanks for the info, that is what I'm worried about, planning on taking a long trip to Texas but I guess I should be good as long as I avoid big bumps.
Shouldnt be a problem , but you do have to remember he is driving GM junk .bbqb4racin said:I took my TL from Florida to North Carolina in the back of my Ford Sport Trac! It was straight in, no angle. The tire was definately on the gate. I had front and rear tie downs on it. Wasn't a problem bumps and all. I would think an Avalanch would be a piece of cake.
freeky929 everyone has jokes nfloorStang Man said:I've done it plenty of times. I used to have a picture but I can't find it now! I used the Canyon Dancer across the handlebars of my old ZX11 Ninja and it held just fine! Just be sure to check it whenever you stop.
Also, I didn't have a problem, but there has been a GM recall on those tailgate cables, might wanna get that checked out before you load up!
LOL!!!QWIK1 said:You have ABSOLUTELY nothing to worry about. I transported my RC51 in the back of my AV without a problem. the hooks for your hard tops make a nice tie down point... here is a quick pick of something else I hauled in my AV.... We broke a wheel bearing so we put our hunting boat AND the trailer in the back of my truck when we left our spot... Love or should I say LOVED my truck... too bad I am now suing GM for all the times I had it in the shop.. enjoy the photo.. should give you a nice laugh.