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Old 07-30-2008, 05:44 PM   #1
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Hey Guys, I Currently own a Yamaha R6 (2007) I was wondering with the back seats down, if I could fit the bike in the jeep ?

does anyone know how much clearness I have from the front seats till the back ?
Yamaha R6
Length: 80.3 in
Height: 43.3 in

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Old 07-30-2008, 05:46 PM   #2
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is it a JK four door or a TJ two door?

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Filetitan: Wouldn't one of these be a little easier and maybe safer?
http://www.joehauler.com/camloc/camloc.shtml

Just a thought
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Filetitan: Wouldn't one of these be a little easier and maybe safer?
http://www.joehauler.com/camloc/camloc.shtml

Just a thought
That would be perfect, would this work well with the jeep ?

Ill have to remove the back spare tire.

Thanks for the feedback tj1230
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Yeah they should work well with the jeep. They usually stick out about 12" from the actual hitch pin(so the handlebars don't hit the trunk or the body) I had one for my grand cherokee and never had a problem. Even had a bike on my YJ the same way. Hope all works out for you.

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