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Inspected, re-boxed and fully functional. If any part was damaged it has been replaced. May have small scratches.
Retail: $499.00
Price: $399.00

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Customer Reviews: 10
Rock Solid
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Author: Whizzer
Location: Kaliformia
Review Date: 9/28/2020
  • solid
  • smaller and lighter than most
  • adjustable depth
  • no safety on zero wobble
  • whish bike would stand up on its own
With the Zero Wobble bolt and the tubular construction, this unit is rock solid. No matter how hard I cinch one tie strap or the other, the carrier doesn't flex. There is zero movement during driving, which I like and give me confidence that the bike won't fall off. There's two things I would like to see improved. 1. The bike will not stand up on it's own without die downs. Not with a 21" wheel. I would like to see a bigger front wheel cage to hold bigger wheels. 2. There is no safety for the zero wobble bolt. I would like to have a longer bolt with a hole where you could insert a pin.
good bike rack
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Author: good bike rack
Review Date: 6/14/2020
only tried out rack once so far, seems well built with minimal toggling, the small rubber square plug fell out and is lost, I'm thinking if you send a replacement to me I will glue it in place. thank you.
Mototote MTX m3 motorcycle carrier, reboxed unit (MTX3-2)
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Author: Henry
Location: Port Orchard, WA
Review Date: 6/5/2020
  • Looks good
  • assembly is easy
  • strong and sturdy
  • well thought out design of the product
Checked out several hitch mounted dirt bike carriers online.
Decided the Moto tote was the best option for me.
Went through the Moto tote reviews and then decided to order.
Found out they had re boxed units so I could save a few bucks too!
I went this route and the re boxed unit arrived quickly and very well packaged.
I installed it on the 2 inch receiver hitch of my F350 super duty truck.
Took a couple hours going slow and steady!
The following morning loaded up the old DR350 and strapped her down.
Nice and solid and no hitch movement at all.
Very impressed and I can highly recommend this product to anyone who doesn't want to mess with a regular trailer!!
Easy to use and well designed
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Author: Rick O
Location: Nashville, TN
Review Date: 8/22/2017
Was fairly simple to assemble following directions. Scooter was easy to load and unload. Did not bottom out because ramp is well designed. Good quality. Very happy with this model for our Zuma on the back of our RV.
Daily use
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Author: Peter Prince
Location: New Mexico
Review Date: 7/6/2017
  • Robust
  • Adjustable
  • Easy to use and mount
Prior to purchasing my own carrier I had a chance to borrow a MotoTote from a friend (Thanks John). I did a 900 mile road trip to Utah and also used it almost daily for 2 weeks while clearing trail for the forest service. Secure, easy to use and robust as all get out with a very nice finish! On forest roads I came to appreciate the rise manufactured into the front tie down as it provided extra clearance for traversing washed out roads. Never experienced any difficulties and never had the handle bars strike the glass of my camper shell. Nice attention to detail in the design and manufacture of the carrier. The welding is superb! This is just the best carrier on the road! Only suggestion would be for MotoTote to consider offering an overcenter front wheel lock in place of using the tie downs. Reduces the length of the setup on the truck, relives the pressure on the front suspension and would make for a faster load/unload with less things to keep track of. I will weld the hooks on my compression straps into eyes that cannot be removed from the carrier to prevent losing them at an unfortunate time.