MotoTote MTX m3 Motorcycle Carrier MotoTote MTX3 m3 hitch mounted Motorcycle Carrier for scooters dirt bikes motorcycles

MotoTote MTX m3 Motorcycle Carrier (MTX3)

4.77 stars, based on 48 reviews
The m3 is the latest generation of our best selling motorcycle carrier for dirt bikes and scooters weighing up to 500 lbs. Can also be used for light street bikes with rear tire width of 6 inches or less. Everything is Included: MotoTote...
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We traveled over 2400 miles with the MTX3 carrying our Honda PCX 150 scooter on the back of our Winnebego Navion RV. Only issue was it was bottoming out at the top of ramp. Made some adjustments to decrease angle and no problem. Totally satisfied and pleased with the decision to purchase. Recommend as a great alternative to pulling a trailer.

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  • Beats hauling a trailer any day !
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Excellent product,very easy to assemble,user friendly. A great company that follows up after the purchase to make sure the customer is happy!

Austin, TX

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  • Decent
  • convenient rack
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  • The ramp securing mechanism is broken
The carrier itself is fine.



The ramp is where the product falters -- namely, the little ring lock that locks the ramp to the rack during driving.



We've lost our ramp driving on a normal paved low-speed road to our kid's school. Luckily, we were able to realize the next weekend that the ramp was missing, drive back to the road, and find it on the side of the road, all tattered and with bent edges.



For a $500 product, you'd imagine that they'd bother with a lock that actually secures the ramp?

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  • heavy duty construction
  • tight manufacturing tolerances
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Just finished installing and loading up my Blur scooter.

Product arrived w/in a week of ordering. Packaging held up well with no abrasion to any parts. I managed to get everything assembled without needing assistance from the Company. (I did view the videos accessible with QR codes)(one is still missing for the m3, but I managed without it) All holes aligned perfectly.



I recommend measuring the front wheel from where the front of the chock meets the tire diagonally down to where the rear chock hits the back of it (front wheel) (before finishing assembly). First time I loaded the scooter on, I realized I would need to give my front wheel more room. (A smaller scooter wheel probably would fit as the instructions suggest) I also noted that I could move the scooter closer to the truck to reduce the load (from leverage) on the hitch. I backed the scooter down off the carrier, made the two adjustments and the second time I loaded, all was right.



Tomorrow I will do some test runs with the scooter on back to build my confidence with the carrier. I have no doubts this rack will hold up. Everything feels solid and built for the long haul.


canada

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Great quality product

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