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Old 03-11-2010, 05:54 PM
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can someone tell me if this Harbor Freight "Low Profile Motorcycle Dolly" will accommodate the 180 rear tire on my Fat Bob?
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I would think so. I have a 150 on my Dyna and it fits with a lot of room to spare. I measured the width of the dolly and it is 7 3/4 inches wide (wall to wall, inside).
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Old 03-11-2010, 10:50 PM
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Anybody that is interested in this dolly, and your local Harbor Freight Tools store is not having a sale price, there is an ad in the April edition of Cycle World for Harbor Freight. It has a coupon for this item. The coupon is for the price of $59.99. The coupon is good until 7/3/10. The ad also states "We will also beat any competitors's price within 1 year of purchase.

I spend a lot of time in the waiting rooms of doctor's offices and I have noticed Harbor Freight puts the same ad in a lot of magazines, such as Road and Track, etc..

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Old 03-13-2010, 08:13 AM
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I would think so. I have a 150 on my Dyna and it fits with a lot of room to spare. I measured the width of the dolly and it is 7 3/4 inches wide (wall to wall, inside).
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...there is an ad in the April edition of Cycle World for Harbor Freight. It has a coupon for this item. The coupon is for the price of $59.99. The coupon is good until 7/3/10...
Good information, guys! Now that I know it'll fit, I will go pick up a copy of Cycle World, and on to HFT.
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An update for anyone who is interested.

I see I posted this originally over a year ago. I use the hell out of this thing all winter long (during riding season, the Jeep stay in the driveway & the bike gets the Jeep spot in the garage). It's still holding up well, works great. Rolling the bike on or off is a breeze. Pushing the bike around the garage on the dolly is a breeze. Overall, well worth the money.
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Old 03-13-2010, 02:02 PM
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Same here, use the **** out of mine during the winter with my Road King. 0 problems. Best 59.00 I've spent in a long time.
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2010 November Thunder Press magazine has an coupon reducing the price from $99.00 to $59.00 good through 2/13/11.

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You say that like it's a bad thing.

Great info on the dolly!
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Great price! Wish I needed one.
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Got one last week for the $60 price with the coupon from AIM. Seems okay, for the $$$.
Yes, a FXDF fits just fine. Maybe an inch to spare length wise with the blocking rods & tires are fine too.
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picked one up Sunday at HF with 25% off coupon. my garage is tight with all the cars and its pain to try and get the bike against the wall. this dolly is great. Can't believe i went this long without one.
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