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Black Widow Steel Cruiser and Chopper Motorcycle Dolly - 1,250 lb Capacity

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ITEM #CL-CRUISER-DOLLY
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Key Features:

  • Heavy duty 12 gauge steel construction
  • 94" long x 8" wide track
  • Includes loading ramp, adjustable kickstand plate and wheel safety pins

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Overview
Specifications
Length:
8' 3"
Width:
33-1/2"
Height:
3-1/2"
Weight:
80 lbs.
Maximum Capacity:
1,250 lbs.
AAIA Part Type:
14316
Material:
Steel
MPN:
CL-CRUISER-DOLLY
Usable Height:
2
Usable Length:
94
Usable Width:
8
Base Color:
black
Vehicle Type:
Cruiser or Touring
More Information

The Cruiser Motorcycle Dolly makes storing your motorcycle easier than ever. Specifically designed with cruisers and choppers in mind, the Cruiser Motorcycle Dolly has an extra long 94" ribbed track surface to accommodate larger bikes. Simply pull the handles for the ramps down to secure the dolly in place and ride your motorcycle onto the dolly. Rest your kickstand on the 2 point adjustable kickstand plate and you're set. Flip the ramp handles back up and you can move up to a 1,250 lb motorcycle around your garage with ease thanks to the heavy-duty double caster wheels. On each end of the motorcycle garage dolly there are pins that prevent the motorcycle from rolling off the dolly once it's in place. Made from 12 gauge steel and featuring a durable black powder coated finish, the motorcycle dolly will provide years of easy storing. The Cruiser Motorcycle Dolly comes with a 1 year warranty.

  • Heavy duty 12 gauge steel construction
  • 94" long x 8" wide track
  • Includes loading ramp, adjustable kickstand plate and wheel safety pins
  • Kickstand has 31" range and 5 different locking positions
  • Kickstand can be used on left or right side of dolly
  • 5 double caster wheels for easy maneuverability
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