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So I've seen some threads on this, and I'm very close to buying a KTM350. I know once its through the door it will fit with the rear wheel angled. I cant gauge how smoothly it will go through the door. Im thinking with the ramp angle it may slide right in. The handle bars sit at around 4'3", uncompressed, i know thats higher than the door clearance, but the ramp and front wheel angle/fork compression will make a difference, but i cant really measure it.

SO is anyone loading dirt bikes in their van? Some of you are saying it works! Do you have to do anything special to load in and out? Do you have to lean it? I really want it to work!! Let me know!! Btw,I have the Chevy Nissan! Haha

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NOTHING special at all!! They roll right in...I even have handguards on mine...no issues at all...GREAT dirtbike hauler have had my blue one nearly 2 years already! GREAT van.
 

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Awesome man!! Thanks! I was looking at the post where a guy said he had to install a hole shot device but I don't know if that's necessary unless your using really oversized bars!
 

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Awesome man!! Thanks! I was looking at the post where a guy said he had to install a hole shot device but I don't know if that's necessary unless your using really oversized bars!

I've been away from this site for a while... Anyway, in my other thread (with pics) I did end up installing a hole shot device on my ktm 300. I've got a submount stabilizer, raised bars, and high profile handguards, so my setup was too tall going past the rear door opening.
 

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cool, I use mine for mountain biking all the time!!


Never saw the eNV200 before, are those available right now?
 
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