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Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Caddy for 2" Trailer Hitches

Oldenkamp Hitch Cargo Carrier

Code:   RHMC2

Price:$499.95


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Oldenkamp Hitch Cargo Carrier - RHMC2

Designed for smaller motorcycles - dirtbikes, crotch rockets and small street bikes (up to 750cc). Simply slide in your hitch, load your bike's front tire and you're ready to go. No trailer needed!

Trailer Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Carrier for 2" Trailer Hitches

Features:

  • Designed to carry dirt bikes, crotch rockets, and small street bikes (up to 750 cc)
  • Wheel cradle is v-shaped for a better tire hold which also stabilizes the bike while it is being tied down
    • Includes 3 built in ratcheting wheel straps (1500 lbs each)
  • Caddy has 4 different height settings to accommodate different hitch heights (from 12" to 22" tall)
  • Includes metal ramp bracket and fasteners to drive motorcycle front tire into the wheel cage
    • Wood to form the ramp must be provided - length of ramp depends on specific application
  • Manufactured from structural square tubing
  • Rust-resistant powder coat finish

Specs:

  • Fits 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
    • Hitch height must be between 12" and 22" from the ground to the top of the hitch receiver opening
  • Will hold bikes that weigh up to 800 lbs
    • Capacity will be limited by the trailer hitch
  • Will work with 16" - 21" motorcycle tires
    • Tire must be less than 5-1/2" wide






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  • Will The Rage PowerSport Motorcycle Carrier # SMC600 Fit My 2010 Jeep Wrangler
  • If you have a Class III 2 inch hitch on your 2010 Jeep Wrangler, you will be able to mount the Rage PowerSport Motorcycle Carrier # SMC600 to you Jeep. However, the spare tire on the Jeep may interfere with mounting your motorcycle on the carrier. You will need to take some measurements to determine if you will have sufficient clearance to mount the carrier and bike to your Jeep. The distance from the center of the hitch pin hole to the center of the wheel track measures 25 inches. The...
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  • Will Rage PowerSport Motorcycle Carrier, Part # MX600 Accommodate 10 Inch Wide Rear Tire
  • The Rage PowerSport Motorcycle Carrier, part # MX600 will accommodate motorcycles with tires up to 5-1/2 inches wide. It does not appear that this carrier will work for you. One option that might work for you is the Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Caddy, part # RHMC2. This item would mount into the 2 inch receiver, and hold the front wheel of your cycle. If the front wheel is 16-21 inches in diameter and is no more than 5-1/2 inches wide, this Caddy would work for you.
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  • Will the Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Caddy Work For a Trike Motorcycle With 18 Inch Front Tire
  • I contacted our representative at Oldenkamp and he informed me that there is another model designed to work with trike motorcycles and part # RHMC2 will not work with your trike. Trailer Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Carrier with Jack and Swivel, part # RHMC1SV, will work with your trike motorcycle with 18 inch front wheel. Part # RHMC1SV has a swivel head, and another great thing about part # RHMC1SV is that it has a built-in jack that lowers to make loading your trike motorcycle easier!...
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  • Will a Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Carrier Work with the Spare tire on a 2003 Honda CRV
  • You will need to do some measuring. Measure from the center of the hitch pin hole to the farthest back part of the spare tire on your CRV. This will give you the measurement you need to compare to the measurements of the rack. The Rage PowerSport Aluminum Motorcycle Carrier for 2 inch Hitch, item # AMC400, has a measurement of 18 inches from the center of the hitch pin hole to the center of the wheel track and 14-3/4 inches to the closest edge of the carrier. I am confident, if you have...
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  • Using Rage PowerSport Motorcycle Carrier for 567 lb Harley Davidson
  • The Track portion of the Rage PowerSport Motorcycle Carrier measures 76-3/4 inches long, with a width of 5-1/2 inches, so taking a few quick measurements will confirm if the bike will fit on the carrier. The weight of the bike and the carrier should be considered, as well. You will want to confirm the tongue weight capacity of the hitch on the vehicle, and make sure that the combined weight of the bike and the carrier (which is around 630 lbs) does NOT exceed the listed tongue weight...
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  • Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Caddy # RHMC2 Recommendation for Transporting Dirt Bike Behind a Motorhome
  • You are correct, you would not want to use a hitch mounted motorcycle carrier like this Rage PowerSport Steel Motorcycle Carrier, part # MX600, on the hitch of yours, or any ones, motorhome. The ride is too harsh back there and you could end up damaging the carrier/hitch/carrier due to the additional torque that would get applied on those components with the harsher ride. You would also have to worry about your dirt bike becoming unattached and flying off of the carrier, destroying it,...
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  • How To Carry A Dual Purpose Suzuki Bike On The Back Of A 22 Foot Motorhome
  • I would have the Oldenkamp Hitch Cargo Carrier, # RHMC1SV, which is a hitch mounted motorcycle carrier that will hold the front tire in a carrier and the rear tire is on the ground. It has adjustable height and the front tire will swivel to help keep the bike from leaning when going into corners. It will work for you if you have 16 to 21 inch tires and the front tire must be less than 5-1/2 inches wide. If your bike is chain driven and you will be driving a long distance then the chain...
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  • Will a Kawasaki KLR650 Fit on the Rage Motorcycle Carrier # MX600
  • First, lets look at capacity. The Rage motorcycle carrier # MX600 has a 600 pound capacity which should be more than enough for your Kawasaki KLR 650. But the tongue weight capacity of the trailer hitch and the vehicle (consult owners manual for vehicle and hitch sticker for the hitch) needs to be greater than the combined weight of the carrier (about 60 pounds) and the bike. The tires on the bike cannot be more than 5-1/2 inches wide and the wheelbase must be less than 74-3/4 inches...
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  • Recommendation for Transporting a Sport Bike with a 2003 Nissan Xterra and Hidden Hitch # 70529
  • The Hidden Hitch Class III Hitch, item # 70529, for the 2002 Nissan Xterra will not be able to handle the # SMC600 Motorcycle Hauler and a 439 lb sport bike. The 350 lb tongue weight of the hitch is not sufficient to carry the 85 lb motorcycle carrier and a 439 lb sport bike. You would have two options in this case, the first being to tow a small trailer, the second being to use a Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Caddy for 2 inch Trailer Hitches, item # RHMC2. The motorcycle caddy may require...
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  • What is the Bumper Clearance Measurement on Oldenkamp RHMC2 Motorcycle Carrier
  • I spoke with my contact at Oldenkamp and the RHMC2 measures 8-1/2 inches from the center of the hitch pin hole to the back of the upright.
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  • Carrying a Triumph Scrambler Motorcycle with a 2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited
  • We have numerous hitches available for the 2007 jeep Wrangler 4-door, see link, but they max out at 300 to 350 pounds tongue weight as well. It could be that the vehicle itself is rated for 350 pounds of tongue weight. You will need to consult the owners manual to be sure. Another option is to tow a small trailer, # UMCT1XHD-AM31985, or something similar since there are no hitches rated high enough for a trailer hitch mount carrier. And we also have what are essentially motorcycle...
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  • Can a Kawasaki Motorcycle be Carried on a Trailer Hitch Mount Carrier on a 2011 Jeep Wrangler
  • Your Kawasaki weighs in the neighborhood of 425 pounds if I am looking at the specs correctly. The Rage carrier, # SMC600, has a 600 pound capacity. So the combined weight is just over 500 pounds for the carrier and the bike. Provided that your 2011 Jeep Wrangler has a trailer hitch with a tongue weight capacity that exceeds the combined weight of the bike and the carrier it will work. You might consider a lighter carrier such as # UF48-979033 which is going to weigh about 50 pounds....
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  • Front Wheel Hitch Motorcycle Caddy for a Victory Vision Trike
  • I contacted our representative at Oldenkamp and he informed me that there is another model designed to work with trike motorcycles and that part # RHMC2 will not work with your trike. Trailer Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Carrier with Jack and Swivel, part # RHMC1SV, will work with your trike as long as it weighs less than 800 lbs. Part # RHMC1SV has a swivel head, and another great thing about part # RHMC1SV is that it has a built-in jack that lowers to make loading your trike motorcycle...
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  • Will Rage Powersport Motorcycle Carrier Carry a 266 Pound Motorcycle on 2014 Chevy Equinox
  • Based on my research the tongue weight of your Equinox should be about 350 pounds if you have the 3.6L V6 engine, though you will want to check the tongue weight capacity of your vehicle in your owner's manual to be certain. This should provide you with enough tongue weight for a 266 pound motorcycle plus the weight of a motorcycle carrier like Rage PowerSport Aluminum Double Motorcycle Carrier # AMC6002, which weights 74 pounds. I attached a review video for this product for you to check...
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  • Motorcycle Carrier Recommendation for a 350 lb Scooter
  • For a carrier for your 350 lb scooter with 13 inch wheels you would be better off with the Trailer Hitch Mounted Dirt Bike Carrier # RHDC1. There isn't a wheel size restriction with this carrier and it would put both of your wheels off the ground. This carrier has a built in jack to make loading and unloading very easy. If you are planning on using a hitch extender with your F350 you need to be aware that doing so will reduce the capacity of your hitch by 50 percent. Most likely this...
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  • Installation Process for Blue Ox # SC2000 Motorcycle Carrier I for Motor Homes
  • The motorcycle carrier you referenced, Blue Ox # SC2000, is designed for weld-on applications on the rear of a Class A motor home that has a 2-inch hitch receiver. The additional 1-1/4-inch receiver tubes that are included with the carrier are essential to its safe operation and the carrier cannot be used without these side supports welded in place to the vehicle frame. I suggest you review your Tahoe owner's manual (or speak to a local dealership) to confirm how much tongue weight the...
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  • Can 319 Pound Motorcycle be Carried on Rage Aluminum Motorcycle Carrier on 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan
  • The Rage motorcycle carrier # AMC400 and your bike combined weight is going to exceed the 350 pound capacity of the trailer hitch. If you can lower the weight of the bike by removing the battery and only keeping fuel in the reserve tank (if it has one) then you may be able to get it below 350 pounds. The other options are to use a motorcycle dolly, such as # RHMC2, or you could use a trailer such as # UMCT1XHD-AM31985 or a similar trailer obtained locally. Using a trailer would be the...
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  • Will the Motorcycle Caddy # RHMC2 Clear the Spare on a 2005 Honda CR-V with Curt Hitch # 13535
  • The best way to determine if the Oldenkamp motorcycle caddy, # RHMC2, will clear your spare tire is to measure the distance from the center of your hitch pin hole in the trailer hitch to the farthest back part of your spare tire. You can then compare that measurement to the 8-1/2 inch measurement from the center of the hitch pin hole on the carrier to the upright of the carrier. If your measurement is less than 8-1/2 inches then the motorcycle caddy will work. Without a hitch installed...
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  • Comparing the Trailer Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Carrier with Jack and Swivel with Other Brands
  • First, the hitch that you bought was a Class III trailer hitch. The trailer hitch mounted motorcycle carrier # RHMC1SV differs from the Stirrup brand in a couple of ways. First it has a jack for easy lowering and raising of the front wheel. And second it has a swivel which allows the bike to track behind the vehicle better without leaning over. I did not see those features on the Stirrup models. There is a similar model, # RHMC2 that lacks the jack and swivel features. We do not...
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  • Can a 2010 Hyundai Tucson be Used to Carry a Motorcycle on a Trailer Hitch Mount Carrier
  • First, the tongue weight capacity of Draw-Tite trailer hitch # 75717 is 350 pounds. When used with weight distribution when towing a trailer it is rated for 525 pounds tongue weight. Since you would be carrying something directly on the hitch, not using weight distribution, the capacity will be 350 pounds. But you also have to check the owners manual for your 2010 Hyundai Tucson. Look in the towing section for the capacities of the vehicle. If it has a tongue weight capacity under 350...
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