Matt Fetty did a great job on the Yamaha WR 450 motorcycle rack
My motorcycle carrier rack was finished today and Matt Fetty of Fetty Automotive in Pueblo CO. did a great job on it. It looks like the trailer came with it installed. I still need to spray paint some of the welded parts so they won't rust and I need to move my trailer tag and taillights to the back of the carry rack. You can see the tag and the lights through the motorcycle but I'm going to put a cover over the motorcycle when I travel and that blocks off the taillights and the tag.
You may notice that now the Yamaha WR 450 is mostly black and the only thing left to change from blue is the rear fender. I haven't put the rear fender on yet because it's going to require some minor modifications to make it fit and I wanted to wait until I was in a cooler working environment.
Cutting out the brackets to weld to the Arctic Fox frame
Matt made the rack really strong and welded it to the frame using three receiver hitches. I was never sure how high the rack should be from the ground, I just knew that I needed it to be low enough so I could easily and safely get the Yamaha WR450 on the rack. So it turned out the motorcycle is easy to get on the rack, I have no trouble pushing it on it all, and as for the height of the rack, I guess only time and off-road driving will tell how that works out.
The motorcycle rack is almost finished
The Yamaha WR 450 is almost all black except for the rear fender.