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    My 09 Ram

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    01' Tiburon. This has a stock spoiler and my Hollywood Racks Baja 3 has no problem clearing it

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    1969 VW Squareback. Bike goes inside...


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    Depending on needs we choose between these:

    If smooth and fast...2010 BMW 335xi M-Sport

    Rough and slow or we need lots of stuff....2006 Toyota Tacoma

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackStephen
    1969 VW Squareback. Bike goes inside...

    You have my envy,Sir!

    I've owned (more than) my share of air-coolers over the years (though it has been too long...),but a Squareback is one I've always wanted,never had the pleasure to own
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    Quote Originally Posted by 06OutlanderAWD
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    That's a great looking vr4. There aren't too many of those around, at least not in that condition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spdu4ia
    topless pics of the new toy. Loving every second of it.


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    Now all you need is a lift, tires, gears, and a Hemi.
    I loved mine but wanted a Hemi. I couldnt justify another $15k for a hemi conversion though. I ran an extension on the rack so I could still open the back and fold up the rack. I still have the extension is you need one.




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    Quote Originally Posted by .sooperfresh
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    That is a mighty sweet looking truck...

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    I just switched from a diesel ( was always broken ) to this....

    I have no regrets! I cant keep my truck or my bike or my moto out of the dirt. I love dirt!






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    Tacoma with custom brackets mated to sette fork mounts mounted into the rail system and is fully adjustable, prolly add a 3rd mount soon. 2 sette fork mounts and misc hardware cost me less then 40 dollars.
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    83 Vanagon.* Originally a naturally aspirated Diesel with the super rare DX five speed...converted to a Turbo Diesel with manual boost control
    drinks B20 Bio and gives me 30mpg...fits many many bikes on and inside.
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    Holy crap, another GVR4,
    do I know you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gtluke
    Holy crap, another GVR4,
    do I know you?
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    holy crap, another Sinister rider
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    Post a picture with the VW van loaded with bikes. How many can you fit? 8?

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    2001 Dodge Ram 2500 w/ many mods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tozovr
    holy crap, another Sinister rider
    I'll get to say that next week when I'm up at Sunday River.
    Here in jersey I've only seen 1 other one, but I don't frequent Diablo
    Everyone here rides queermo xc race bikes

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    Lots of Vdubs!


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    Quote Originally Posted by lutexas
    Post a picture with the VW van loaded with bikes. How many can you fit? 8?

    I'll see if I have one. With the box on the roof I can still fit 3 on top and then 3 completes in the middle with the seat removed and one more over the engine. So 7, but with no box up top we can put 6+ up top.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patineto
    Man that's WAY too much tongue weight on that rover. Next time get some helper springs or airbags or weight distributing hitch or all three installed first. Totally unsafe otherwise... not to mention having your headlights aimed for the sky. I noticed that you had turned the VW around to get some of the weight off of the tongue. The sorry thing about those U-haul carriers is you can't really adjust the position of the car to get the weight centered over the axles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GpzGuy
    Man that's WAY too much tongue weight on that rover. Next time get some helper springs or airbags or weight distributing hitch or all three installed first. Totally unsafe otherwise... not to mention having your headlights aimed for the sky. I noticed that you had turned the VW around to get some of the weight off of the tongue. The sorry thing about those U-haul carriers is you can't really adjust the position of the car to get the weight centered over the axles.

    That poor, poor, poor 4.2 LOL
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    Added another toy hauler to the stable. The 4runner was just too small, and I get the same gas mileage with this.


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    The only way I can get my bike over 200 MPH...

    07 BMW M6
    Have to take the wheels off to get my bike in the trunk but it's nice riding to the trailhead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GpzGuy
    Man that's WAY too much tongue weight on that rover. Next time get some helper springs or airbags or weight distributing hitch or all three installed first. Totally unsafe otherwise... not to mention having your headlights aimed for the sky. I noticed that you had turned the VW around to get some of the weight off of the tongue. The sorry thing about those U-haul carriers is you can't really adjust the position of the car to get the weight centered over the axles.
    Man you are so right, the whole thing was a nightmare, I install "Hypermega stiff springs" for the truck but even then they made no difference.

    Basically we reserve a "Small trailer" from Uhaul, but at the time of the pick up they did not have any, in fact they did not even have the smaller or the two trailers.

    Notice how we flip the Jetta backwards in a effort to diminish the excessive load


    Ps; Is been ONE year since we move and the truck still works like a champ, not to bad for a $1000 wonder

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    I also use my civic to pull my quad and trailer, 1,000 pounds total. ante bad for a 140hp 4 banger
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    Cool to see some DSM'ers and VW owners in here! My gals 09 Passat is a princess and doesn't do much hauling, but my 92 GTI is a solid workhorse that gets beaten regularly (auto-x/track action) and she loves every minute of it. Just got my new Komodo in so I slapped some stickers on her and took a few pics.

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    07 FJ Cruiser.....At the trailhead to the Wolf River Nature Area in West Tennessee..

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    very nice FJ!!!!
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    The toy: 94 C1500


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    my official bike hauler... 99 S10 with a bit of work.



    my official ass hauler... 06 GTO also with a bit of work

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    Awesome C30! I love seeing many bikes packed onto a sport-compact!

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    Quote Originally Posted by patineto


    Quote Originally Posted by GpzGuy
    Man that's WAY too much tongue weight on that rover. Next time get some helper springs or airbags or weight distributing hitch or all three installed first. Totally unsafe otherwise... not to mention having your headlights aimed for the sky. I noticed that you had turned the VW around to get some of the weight off of the tongue. The sorry thing about those U-haul carriers is you can't really adjust the position of the car to get the weight centered over the axles.
    Quote Originally Posted by patineto
    Man you are so right, the whole thing was a nightmare, I install "Hypermega stiff springs" for the truck but even then they made no difference.

    Basically we reserve a "Small trailer" from Uhaul, but at the time of the pick up they did not have any, in fact they did not even have the smaller or the two trailers.

    Notice how we flip the Jetta backwards in a effort to diminish the excessive load


    Ps; Is been ONE year since we move and the truck still works like a champ, not to bad for a $1000 wonder
    That was stunningly bad judgement. Using a $1,000 light-duty utility vehicle to move that overloaded train-without-rails on public roads was a risk to the life of everyone that you passed.

    And installing stiffer rear springs or air bags/shocks doesn't make it any safer. Stiffening the rear suspension increases the rear roll stiffness, without increasing the front roll stiffness. The vehicle will be less stable in transient maneuvers, to the point that you have now made it easier to spin the vehicle out. It's one of the major contributing causes of jack-knife trailer crashes.

    And turning the car around to try to take weight off the tongue is incredibly unsafe too. The center of gravity should always be FORWARD of the axle(s). If it's not, the trailer becomes twitchy and unstable, much like what you did to the tow vehicle. This is one of the major primary causes of jack-knife trailer crashes.

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    glad to see a couple other mazdaspeeds around.
    carrying my Fisher, no pics of the Stumpjumper on the car yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdnewe01
    Awesome C30! I love seeing many bikes packed onto a sport-compact!
    You should see it with the ski box in the middle of the roof between the bikes.

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    This works pretty well for me, ... but for two bikes it gets kind of messy.

    Mountain bike riding is the new dirt bike riding. It's cheaper and you don't get shot at as often.

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    haha now thats a use of a whale tale i havent seen before.
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    I haven't got a bike yet, but when I do, this is what I will haul it around on.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbiker
    I haven't got a bike yet, but when I do, this is what I will haul it around on.

    Why would you need a mountain bike at a shopping mall?

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    Ahh, it's good to know that there are people jealous of my truck even on a bike forum! I don't see many shopping malls, but I do get to see plenty of mud. It's also a blast in the snow. The deeper the better. Most people look out their window and groan when they see 2ft of snow, but to me that is pure fun! Don't worry, I'm a nice guy, I'll pull you out when you get stuck.

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    Don't mind him, he's the resident troll who thinks everyone should ride motorcycles and act like a ******bag so he isn't so alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbiker
    I haven't got a bike yet, but when I do, this is what I will haul it around on.

    5cyclinder right?

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    Yup, 3.7L in-line 5 cylinder. Could have gotten a V8 if I wanted to spend 4-5k more for 3 cylinders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbiker
    Ahh, it's good to know that there are people jealous of my truck even on a bike forum! I don't see many shopping malls, but I do get to see plenty of mud. It's also a blast in the snow. The deeper the better. Most people look out their window and groan when they see 2ft of snow, but to me that is pure fun! Don't worry, I'm a nice guy, I'll pull you out when you get stuck.
    [Austin Powers] Rrrrrriiiiiight... [/Austin Powers]

    I'll bet a lot of people are jealous of a shopping mall commando like you.

    I mean seriously, how do you even find that thing in the parking lot after a long hard day at Abercrombie & Fitch, Cinnabon, American Eagle Outfitters, Starbucks, J Crew, and of course the Panda Express in the food court near the skating rink and the quad cinemas.

    From the looks of your apartment complex parking lot picture, I'm guessing that I have more equity in my spare driveshaft than you have in your over-financed Chevy Colorado in drag. I probably spent more on two sets of 4.88 gears and two Detroit Lockers than you spent on your down payment. But you do apparently spend more on Zymol, Mothers, and Armor-All than I do.

    When I get stuck, I handle it a little differently than you would. I self-recover, using a winch, a high-lift, and a shovel, as opposed to using OnStar and AAA.






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    If I wanted a Hummer.....

    ... I'd ask your sister.

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    To each his own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RIS
    [Austin Powers] Rrrrrriiiiiight... [/Austin Powers]

    I'll bet a lot of people are jealous of a shopping mall commando like you.

    I mean seriously, how do you even find that thing in the parking lot after a long hard day at Abercrombie & Fitch, Cinnabon, American Eagle Outfitters, Starbucks, J Crew, and of course the Panda Express in the food court near the skating rink and the quad cinemas.

    From the looks of your apartment complex parking lot picture, I'm guessing that I have more equity in my spare driveshaft than you have in your over-financed Chevy Colorado in drag. I probably spent more on two sets of 4.88 gears and two Detroit Lockers than you spent on your down payment. But you do apparently spend more on Zymol, Mothers, and Armor-All than I do.

    When I get stuck, I handle it a little differently than you would. I self-recover, using a winch, a high-lift, and a shovel, as opposed to using OnStar and AAA.





    Are those half ton axles I spy under that big burb? Front looks like a 10b, rear is diffenently not a FF, so is it a 10b too?

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