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if you have a setup like mine it won't fit in a dodge dakota easily.
 

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07 Ridgeline. 27x12x12 tires on the bike. Couldn't close the tailgate on my extended cab Sierra either.
 

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I got 27" bighorns and if I load it in backwards I can shut the tail gate on my 2000 f-150 short bed but, just verly. I dont got a pic of it though. the rack is about 2" off the glass. O, and the bike is an 06 500 foreman.
 

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if you have a setup like mine it won't fit in a dodge dakota easily.
Mine fits in my dads dakota 4 door
 

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07 Ridgeline. 27x12x12 tires on the bike.
H4,

I never would have believed that if I hadn't seen a picture! You should send that to Honda for some kind of promo ad.
 

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omg.... looks like ur 4wheeler is driving over ur truck
From behind you can barely see the truck!
 

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if you have a setup like mine it won't fit in a dodge dakota easily.
Mine fits in my dads dakota 4 door[/quote]
hard to fit with 5 inches of spacers and 12.5 laws!
 

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if you have a setup like mine it won't fit in a dodge dakota easily.
Mine fits in my dads dakota 4 door[/quote]
hard to fit with 5 inches of spacers and 12.5 laws![/quote]

That cant be much wider then mine.Your stock wheels with those spacers are probably the same as aftermarket off set wheels.Don't get me wrong it is a tight fit but in a crunch it is all good.
 

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[fullalbumimg]463[/fullalbumimg] stock 05 foreman in 01 F-150 supercrew
 

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QUOTE ("06hondaforeman500":3cpo6be6)
thanks guys for all the info,i have a ford ranger now but looking to buy a bigger truck such as a f150,I only use the pickup as a toy hauler as i have a 2004 expedition and the wife drive a CLK 430.

In that case why not get a Toy Hauler and Tow it with the Expedition. Sure is nice to have a "Base Camp" on those long riding days, even if it is just a day trip. You can get one for less than a New F-150 and use it for camping and Toy Hauler duty.

Plus most are equipped with 20 gallon (or more) Fueling Stations, on Board Air Compressor Systems, Wash down system, Generators, etc,. So in realityyou also have a mobile refueling/maint/repair shop for you and your ATV where ever you go.



 

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Wow Nice set up thats AWESOME !!!!! Because we dont do that much riding so i would not need that maybe when the kids get abit older then i would get it but for now i dont need that...But it is sure awesome good luck with it very very ice enjoy
 

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omg.... looks like ur 4wheeler is driving over ur truck
From behind you can barely see the truck![/quote] H4 How is that ridgline?? What kind of punishment does it go through ?? I like there look ! , and thats coming from a Gm guy , always owned 4x4 3/4 ton chassis lockers etc ...But good on gas ??
 
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