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Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier I for Motor Homes - With Ramp - 86" x 8" - 1,000 lbs

Blue Ox Hitch Cargo Carrier

Code:   SC2000

Retail:$995.00

Price:$720.95


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Blue Ox Hitch Cargo Carrier - SC2000

Designed for RVs with 2" trailer hitches, this heavy-duty motorcycle carrier includes 2 additional receiver tubes to weld onto your vehicle's frame for added support and an even distribution of weight. Lets you flat tow up to 5,000 lbs.

Features:

  • Heavy-duty carrier holds 1 motorcycle up to 1,000 lbs
  • 3-Receiver mount distributes the load evenly over rear of motor home and lets you flat tow up to 5,000 lbs
    • Receiver extension slips into motor home's 2" trailer hitch receiver
      • Designed for use with tow bars only
    • (2) 6" Long receiver tubes included - weld onto vehicle frame
  • Loading ramp connects securely to deck with 2 quick pins
    • Stores between deck and motor home when not in use - attaches to middle receiver
  • 6 Built-in tie-down points make it easy to secure your load
  • Adjustable-width tire stop lets you change configuration for different applications
  • Black powder coated steel construction is durable and rust resistant
  • Made in USA


Specs:

  • Application: most Class A motor homes with 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
    • Vehicle frame must extend back to rear of motor home; welded-on extensions will not support the weight of this carrier
  • Carrying capacity: 1,000 lbs
  • Towing capacity: 5,000 lbs
  • Deck dimensions: 86" long x 8" wide
  • Ramp length: 72"
    • Ramp narrows from 7-7/8" wide to 6" wide
  • Outside trailer hitch receiver openings: 1-1/4" x 1-1/4"
  • 1-Year warranty


Three-Receiver Mount

To use the Motorcycle Carrier I, you will need to add two receiver tubes to your motor home. The included receivers are designed to be welded to your vehicle's frame; this should be done by a certified welder.


Once the new receivers are in place, you can carry heavy loads and still tow your car. The Motorcycle Carrier I slides into the outermost receivers, spreading the load over the length of your rear axle. This puts less force on your vehicle's frame than a factory, single-receiver hitch would. A hitch extender is included for use with your factory hitch so that you can attach your tow bar without the carrier being in the way.


Removable Ramp

A durable steel loading ramp is included with your Motorcycle Carrier I. This ramp attaches to the carrier deck and secures with two quick pins. Once you load your motorcycle, just remove the quick pins, lift the ramp out of the mounting slot on the carrier deck and place it horizontally across the receiver tubes behind the carrier. Then secure the ramp to the middle receiver tube with the included bolt and nut.



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  • Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Carrier Rated at 700 lbs
  • We offer a few options that might work for you. The Oldenkamp Hitch Mounted Dirt Bike Carrier, part # RHDC1 which is rated for 750 lbs might be a good choice. However, in order to safely use the carrier the hitch on the truck must have a tongue weight capacity high enough to accommodate the 700 lb weight of the bike plus the 115 lb weight of the carrier. Your hitch should have a label on it that states the towing and tongue weight capacity. If your hitch does not have the necessary...
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  • Availability of a Hand Crank Motorcycle Carrier to fit the Rear of a Gas RV
  • To haul a motorcycle on the rear of an RV I would have the Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier I for Motor Homes, part # SC2000. This motorcycle carrier does not have the hand crank to lower the bike. It will use a loading ramp to get the bike onto the carrier. It also requires two 6 inch long receiver tubes to be welded to the frame of the RV. I am including a link to the installation instructions on the Blue Ox motorcycle carrier. I do not have a motorcycle carrier with a hand crank that will...
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  • Differences Between the Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier I and SportLift III for Motor Homes
  • The Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier I, # SC2000, and the SportLift III, # SC4200, are similar carriers when it comes to weight and towing capacity, however, what sets them apart are their features. The Carrier I is more of a traditional style motorcycle carrier that uses a ramp to load the motorcycle onto the carrier. The SportLift III has a winch that lowers the platform to the ground to make it easier for you to load your motorcycle. This carrier was designed more for large, full dress...
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  • Can the Boss Motorcycle Carrier # B350DBC be Used behind a Motor Home to Carry a 2003 Yamaha Virago
  • We cannot recommend the use of the Boss Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Carrier, # B350DBC, behind a motor home, but we do have an option that is designed and tested for use behind a Class A Diesel pusher motor home, if your motor home hitch tongue weight capacity is high enough. You could use the Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier I for Motor Homes, # SC2000, if the motor home frame extends back to the rear of the motor home and the hitch is attached to the motor home frame. Welded on extensions will...
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  • Scooter Carrier Recommendation for Use Behind a Class A Diesel Pusher Motorhome
  • I would recommend the 3-Receiver Hitch for Blue Ox Sport Carriers, item # SC9000, along with the Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier for Motor Homes, item # SC2000. This is the best option we have for carrying items behind large Class A Diesel pusher motorhomes and can be used with several other carriers as well. The reason the PowerSport Motorcycle Carrier, # MX600, is not recommended for behind a motorhome is the extra torque that is applied to the hitch with heavy tongue weights and the extra...
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  • Trailer Hitch Mount Scooter Carrier for a Forest River Sunseeker Class C Motor Home
  • Ultra-Fab has a carrier that might work for. They state that it can be used behind a motor home. Take a look at # UF48-979033. The trailer hitch on the motor home will have to be rated higher than the combined weight of the carrier (50 pounds) and the scooter. For a more robust carrier that can be used with a motor home, I recommend the Blue Ox carrier, # SC2000. As long as you have a 2 inch receiver and the motor home frame extends all the way back to the rear of the vehicle, you can...
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  • Parts needed to Carry a 2010 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic and Flat Tow a 2002 Pontiac Bonneville
  • There are two options. First, you can install the Blue Ox 3-receiver hitch, # SC9000. Installation of the receiver may require modification of mount plates or fabrication of new mount plates depending on the coach and chassis. Welding the mount plates to the 3 receiver weldment is also required. The receivers should be positioned so that they are between 16 and 18 inches on center from the ground and so that it or the carrier mounted in it does not interfere with the coach bumper body or...
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  • Motorcycle Carrier Recommendation for Carrying a TaoTao CY150 Behind a Fleetwood Terra RV
  • The motorcycle carrier you will need to carry your TaoTao CY150 Scooter would be the Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier # SC2000. This carrier is confirmed to be used on Class A RVs like your 2002 Fleetwood Terra and would have more than enough capacity to carry your scooter. I attached installation instructions for this product for you to check out also. The Rage Powersports Carrier # MX600 that you referenced is not designed to be used on the rear of an RV so I would not recommend it for you.
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  • Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier Recommendation for Transporting a Scooter on a 2008 Winnebago
  • We have a motorcycle carrier that is designed for use on RVs and motorhomes, but the Oldenkamp Hitch Cargo Carrier # RHDC1 is not designed for the rougher ride that is at the rear of an RV or motorhome. The Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier I for Motor Homes # SC2000 would be the one you would want. This carrier is designed for use on an RV or a motorhome and should work well for you. I attached installation instructions for you to check out also.
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  • Can a Trailer Hitch Mount Motorcycle Carrier be Used on a Four Winns Siesta RV
  • The Blue Ox motorcycle carrier, # SC2000, is designed to fit most Class A motor homes (diesel pushers) with frames that extend all the way to the back of the RV. Consult the RV owners manual to determine the tongue weight capacity of the vehicle. It will need to be high enough to support the combined weight of the carrier, about 160 pounds, and the motorcycle placed on it. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you to view. Another option that is approved for use...
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  • Motorcycle Carrier for a Yamaha XVS 1100 and a Ford F-350 Dually
  • Your Yamaha XVS 1100 weighs in the neighborhood of 600 to 700 pounds. The carriers that can hold this much weight are made for Class A motor homes but not passenger vehicles like your Ford F-350. You have a couple of options though that might work for you. First there is a dolly type of hitch mount rack # RHMC1SV. This rack holds the front wheel and has a jack and swivel feature to make loading and traveling easy. Chain driven bikes will need to have the chains removed. Belt drive and...
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  • Does Motorcycle on the Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier I Have to be Removed to Check Rear Engine RV Oil
  • With a rear engine RV and a bike loaded on a motorcycle carrier, it is highly likely you will need to unload the bike in order to open the engine compartment. There are a few other things you will want to look at before adding a carrier. The first thing I would check is the weight of your Harley. If it is near 1,000 pounds or more, we do not have a carrier that will accommodate it. Next, you will need to check the capacity of the trailer hitch on the RV. It needs to have a tongue...
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  • Can the Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier I # SC2000 be Used on the Back of a 5th Wheel Trailer
  • I spoke with my contact at Blue Ox and he stated that you can install the Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier I, # SC2000, on the back of a 5th wheel trailer. The same rules apply to the trailer as they would with an RV. The trailer MUST have a frame that extends all the way to rear of the trailer. Welded on extensions are not strong enough to support the weight. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you. You will also need to make sure the 2 inch trailer hitch has the capacity...
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  • Recommendations for Carrying a Honda Reflex Scooter on a 2004 Forest River Georgetown Motor Home
  • I think I do have a solution for you but the Blue Ox carrier # SC4200 would be overkill for your scooter. What I recommend is a different Blue Ox carrier, # SC2000. For this carrier you will need to have a frame mount trailer hitch with a tongue weight capacity of at least 537 pounds (combined weight of carrier and scooter). Also, to use any of the Blue Ox carriers, the frame on the motor home must extend all the way to the back. Welded on extensions are not going to work. If your...
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  • Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier Recommendation for a 2007 Honda Shadow on a 2013 Thor Hurricane RV
  • I believe the best option you have for carrying your 2007 Honda Shadow would be to get a Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier # SC2000. This carrier has a 1,000 lb capacity an is rated for use behind motorhomes and RVs unlike the Boss Tilt Down Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Carrier # B04100-1 that you referenced. You will need to make sure that your 2013 Thor Hurricane RV is a Class A motorhome and that the frame extends all the way to the back of the motorhome. You will need to have two additional...
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  • Will Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier # SC2000 Fit a Class A 2005 Fleetwood Pace Arrow and 550 lb Scooter
  • The Blue Ox motorcycle carrier, # SC2000, should work great for your scooter. As long as the wheelbase is less than 86 inches and the tires are not wider than 6 inches, the 1,000 pound capacity of the carrier will have no problem handling the scooter. Check the weight carrying capacity of the hitch to make sure it can handle the combined weight of the carrier (about 150 pounds if not slightly more) and the weight of the scooter. You are looking at 700 pounds or so on the tongue. If the...
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  • How to Load and Hold a Motorcycle Using the Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier I
  • If you look at the instructions which I have linked for you, there is a tire support that holds the front wheel. You will push the bike up the ramp and onto the deck where the front tire will set in the support. This will end up being a 2 person job. I do recommend having someone hold the bike while someone else straps it down to ensure it does not fall when strapping it down. The front wheel support will not hold the bike up by itself. This is basically how any of these types of motorcycle...
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  • Will Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier I and 2013 Suzuki Motorcycle Fit a 2012 Fleetwood Bounder Motor Home
  • Since the frame extends all the way to the back of your RV and you do not have welded on extensions, you can use the Blue Ox motorcycle carrier # SC2000. The 1,000 pound capacity is more than enough for your 2013 Suzuki at 625 pounds. The only other thing to look at is the hitch capacity. It has to meet or exceed the combined weight of the carrier (162 pound shipping weight) and bike. That would be about 787 pounds. If you are not sure of the hitch capacity let me know the part number...
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  • Can a Tow Dolly be Used with Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier I # SC2000
  • The Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier I # SC2000 is designed for use with tow bars only and cannot be used with a tow dolly. The issue is tongue weight. There is little to no tongue weight when you flat tow a vehicle with all 4 wheels on the ground. On a tow dolly though there is going to be additional tongue weight and the carrier is not rated for it. If your 2007 Chevy Cobalt is a model that can be flat towed (consult vehicle owners manual) then we do have the parts you would need to set...
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  • Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Carrier Recommendation for a 2008 Sightseer 30B
  • I do have an option for a motorcycle carrier that would work on your 2008 Sightsee 30 motorhome, but the carriers you are considering are not rated for use behind motorhomes. The reason for this is that there is such a large distance between the rear axle and the rear of a motorhome that there is much more movement at the back of a motorhome than a passenger vehicle so that added strain is too much for standard motorcycle carriers. The only carrier I can recommend for your setup would...
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  • Compatibility of Blue Ox # SC2000 Motorcycle Carrier With 2008 Winnebago Adventurer Motor Home
  • The Blue Ox # SC2000 Motorcycle Carrier you referenced is intended for use on Class A motor homes that have a 2-inch receiver and construction that has the MH's frame extended all the way to the rear of the motor home (welded-on frame extensions are not a sufficient mounting point). Installation requires welding on the two additional (included) receiver tubes that help to distribute the carrier's 1000-lb capacity across the motor home's entire rear frame structure. This should be done...
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  • Will Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier SC2000 Fit a 2011 Newmar Canyon Star Class A Motor Home
  • The Blue Ox motorcycle carrier # SC2000 fits most Class A motor homes with a 2 inch trailer hitch. However, the vehicle frame must extend back to rear of motor home; welded-on extensions will not support the weight of this carrier. On newer coaches like your 2011 Newmar Canyon Star probably do have frames that extend all the way to the rear but you will want to take a look for yourself or speak with a Newmar dealer. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you to view.
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  • Carrying a 300 Pound Scooter on the Back of a Diesel Pusher Motor Home
  • For traditional carriers that fit a 2 inch trailer hitch, the only one that is rated for use at the back of a motor home is Ultra-Fab carrier # UF48-979033. It is rated for up to 500 pounds and fits a 2 inch trailer hitch. The other option, as long as the frame of your motor home extends all the way to the rear of the vehicle without weld-on extensions, is to use Blue Ox carrier # SC2000. You would have to have the 2 included receivers welded to the frame by a professional welder. This...
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  • Carrying a 650 Burgman Scooter on the Back of a Thor Serrano Motor Home
  • I do have a solution provided that your Thor Serrano is a Class A RV that has a frame that extends all the way to the back of the vehicle (no welded on extensions). You could use the Blue Ox carrier # SC2000. This carrier has a 1000 pound capacity and comes with 2 additional receivers that will need to be welded on. This makes for a very stable connection to the back of the RV. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you. Welding should be done by a qualified...
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  • Will a Honda PCX 150 Scooter Fit Ultra-Fab Motorcycle Carrier on a 2008 Forest River RV
  • Since you want to use a carrier on the back of an RV your options are limited to the Ultra-Fab carrier # UF48-979033. None of the other carriers are rated for use at the back of an RV or trailer. The carrier is approximately 34 inches from the center of the hitch pin hole to the furthest out part of the carrier. It is 16 inches from the center of the hitch pin hole to the nearest part of the carrier. You should not have a problem getting your Honda PCX 150 on the carrier. Other customers...
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  • Trailer Hitch Mount Motorcycle Carrier Recommendation for a Motor Home
  • I may have an option that will work for you, however, the Oldenkamp Trailer Hitch Mounted Dirt Bike Carrier, # RHDC1, is not recommended for use behind a motor home or trailer. There is additional bounce and movement at the back of a motor home and trailer because the mounting location of a hitch mounted accessory sits further away from the rear suspension than it would on a car or truck. This additional movement puts additional torque on the hitch and accessory that most accessories cannot...
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  • Best Carrier for a 2007 Vespa 250ie GTS to use with a Class A Motorhome
  • Of the racks you mentioned we only carry the Ultra Fab carrier # UF48-979033 and the Rage Powersports carrier # SMC-600. Between those two only the # UF48-979033 is rated for use on RVs so it would be the one I would recommend. The best possible solution I could provide for you would be to get a Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier # SC2000. This rack will require two additional hitch openings to be welded onto the frame of our RV, but it is our sturdiest carrier and has tie-down arms that are...
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  • Compatibility of Blue Ox Motorcycle Carrier # SC2000 with Ford E350 Van
  • According to my Blue Ox representative, their Motorcycle Carrier # SC2000 is intended for use on a Class I motorhome only, and not a regular passenger vehicle. Blue Ox does offer the Motorcycle Carrier II, part # SC2001 that is compatible with passenger vehicles, and would be a better option for you, assuming that the bike weighs under 600 lbs and the hitch on your E350 is rated high enough to handle the weight of the bike plus the carrier. Another option would be a small trailer...
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  • Carrying a Harley Davidson Electra Glide Behind a 2013 Four Winds 28Z Motor Home
  • The Blue Ox motorcycle carrier, # SC2000, is designed for use on Class A motor homes. Usually, motor homes built on full size Ford van chassis are Class B or C. If it is considered a Class A and the frame does extend all the way to the very back of the motor home then you can use this carrier. If it is not a Class A and/or the frame does not extend all the way back you will need to look at some different options. If you can somehow lower the weight to less than 800 pounds you can use...
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  • Carrying a Motorcycle While Flat Towing a Flat Bed Truck Behind a Motor Home
  • It is not likely that you will be able to carry a motorcycle and flat tow a truck using a dual hitch receiver like # RM-077-4. The weight of the bike and carrier combined with the slight tongue weight of the vehicle would likely exceed the 400 pound tongue weight capacity of the adapter. Also these adapters are designed for lighter weight applications like cargo carriers and bicycle racks. But we do have some carriers that are also rated for use for flat towing. You could use the Blue...
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