This is a discussion on Our new Diamondback ATV Carrier has arrived. within the TheATVSuperStore.com forums, part of the Site Sponsor Forums category; Our new Diamondback ATV Carrier arrived the other day. After about 5 hours of measuring and drilling it was ready for the first test. First ...
Our new Diamondback ATV Carrier arrived the other day. After about 5 hours of measuring and drilling it was ready for the first test. First I must say that the quality of this product 2nd to none. Step by step instructions helped guide us through the install. One complete it was time to see how it works.
The 12 foot (foldable to 6 foot for transport) long ramps make loading and unloading much more safe and secure. The ramps connect to the side rails for extra security. They even have higher sides to keep the quad on the ramp where it belongs. Yes you can use a winch to pull the quad up but it is really not needed. After the 2nd load and unload it was a breeze!
Once the quad is up on the truck there are plenty of tie down areas to keep it in place. Even with our 6.5 foot bed and the rear extender installed there is 53 inches of space for another quad next to the green one.
The cover is waterproof and is lockable meaning you can keep your valuables inside without worries. This system is a must for anyone who want to pull a camper while hauling atvs or like me flat towing a transport unit and 2 ATV's behind my motorhome. These units come made to order and are brand specific & up to 8 foot bed length. You can get them in the diamond plate or optional Line X black.
Any questions on this or any other product that we sell please feel free to call the shop and ask for Thor!
I don't own one, I found those pics online because i was curious. It looks like it would clear but it might be close. Tough to say.
I do own one now!! And I really like it. Haul 2 ATVs and still tow something behind the truck. Plus I now have all that space under the cover to haul more stuff, usually gas cans, suitcases, coolers, kids high chair, kids toys, bean bag toss game, and other bulky stuff. Its really convenient. Here's some of my pics from 2 trips I took.
2006 Grizzly 660
Coop45 Machined Primary
500 rpm wet clutch springs
Carb spring mod
Uni clamp-on air filter mod(mud_dogg450)
25" Bighorn 2.0
WPS heated grips
2500 Warn/Yamaha winch
Very nice! Picking up a new truck in the spring, definitely plan on getting one of these covers. One of my buddies has a Ram 3500 dually long bed, hauls 2 utility atvs on the bed and hauls a 32' toyhauler behind it. My plans are haul the atvs on the truck and get a small travel trailer, something my girlfriend and i can sleep in so we dont have to setup primitive camp anymore.
Question for the people with the extension. How sturdy is it? To widen my options of trucks, i may have to go with a 6 1/2' bed, which means id need the extension to fit 2 atvs up top.
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