I will try to post some pics. I ,as you will see, had our rack made at a local welding shop about 12 years ago. The guy that made it took my ideas and suggested raising it about 6" so it would not drag going through dips. I am very glad I took his advice. He took 2-6" drop inserts and inverted them and started from there. Will try pics in a day or two.
I built a rack that fits into an standard 2" reciever that holds my Honda 3000 genny,full size BBQ grill and two mountain bikes that weighs all total over 350 LBS. and have no problems so i'm sure you should have no problems with a scooter as long as what you build is built right.
07' Dodge 3500 6 speed Cummins Diesel Dually/6.7L Bully-Chipped /
Exhst Brake/07' Cedar Creek 37CDTSD Daydreamer fiver
Mallard @ Frau Blücher
Now lets Bow your heads for the men's prayer.
I am a man, but I can change.
If I have to, I guess...
I have 3 receiver type mounting points with a class III in the middle. The carrier is a customized Blue Ox with a 1k pound capacity and strong outrigging. I affixed a Condor front wheel chock for added stability. It has been in use for years with no problem.
2007 Jayco Recon ZX F37U
2007 Excel 33RKO Limited (2014 Excel L43TKR on order!)
2011 Ford F350 PSD CC 4X4 DRW LWB Lariat
Put a front class 3 hitch on the front of the TV and put your scooter up front???
Might want to first take a good look at the scooter side on, and probably measure. Make sure you won't be impedeing the head lights/turn sig's "Could instantly turn it into a Cinderella rig"!
2012 Cedar Creek 36 RE Touring ED, all avail options
2011 GMC 2500 HD Denali DMax 4wd Superglide firestone bags
95' Procraft V-180-C 120HP OB, 80# cust TM, side/down image sonar
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