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    Who loads

    Their x2 in the bed of their pick-up? How does it fit?
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    I dont think hardly anyone does as I have asked this question here and on facebook. I have a ram longbed and it fits witdth wise but I need to build a platform up front to drive front end up on and then can close tailgate or use my tailgate brackets to keep it open a foot while i tow my travel trailer.
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    I haul mine in a 2006 Chev with a 8' box. Rear tire sits partly on the tailgate. Width is fine with stock wheels and 27" tires.
    I thought about building a ramp to lift the front enough to close the tailgate but I think it would need to be fairly high so didn't bother.
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    Thanks for the replies, I have been thinking about different ways to get it in the bed, one is to build ramps that go from the bottom of the bed at the tailgate to the 2' toolbox, and set the front tires on the toolbox so the back tires may still sit on the tailgate. I'm just not sure it will work the way I have it thought out in my head.
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    Some test with different size ramps.
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    Thanks for the pic, looking at that pic, my idea should work just fine.
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    My cousin has a honda pioneer 700 which is about same size as the X2 and he built a box up front to drive onto and it brings the back end in just enough and he can completley close his tailgate on his ram.

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    A friend built this rack for the back of his 250, 4x4 Chevy, to drive his Honda P1000 up on. Is pretty high up in the air, but the 250 Series Truck handles it without a problem and not to much body roll when driving the truck, you know it is up there, but it isn't bad. Wouldn't try it on a 1500 Series though, to much weight and springs probably couldn't handle the body roll without being scary. Roof of SxS is still below top of motorhome. Ramps quickly bolt to back of ramp, can drive off onto trailer, or ramps can go to ground, just a little steeper.

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    Tried different options.
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    Great Pic's this will help me decide what I want to do. Thanks
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