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Kolpin Powersports Lock-It Rite ATV System

The Lock-It Rite ATV System is a tie-down and security device designed to fit any truck with a 2" square receiver. Secures an ATV with a 2" ball in seconds. Eliminates cumbersome straps and tie-downs and prevents forward and backward movement. Protects your windshield and toolbox. Features a built-in 2" Class 1 hitch receiver and deters theft with optional hitch and pin locks. Heavy-duty steel construction. Adjustable coupler head allows adjustment 30" up or down. Height: 26". Color: Black. Fits truck with 2" square receiver Secures an ATV with a 2" ball in seconds Protects your windshield and toolbox Heavy-duty steel construction Adjustable coupler head
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HOW DO YOU LOAD AND UNLOAD ATV?

WE BOUGHT THE UNIT AND REALLY LIKE IT, EXCEPT FOR HAVING TO TAKE IT COMPLETELY OFF THE TRUCK FOR LOADING AND UNLOADING. IS THIS NORMAL OR ARE WE MISSING SOMETHING?
asked 2 years, 11 months ago
by
BETHMc
 - LOUISIANA
on Lock-It Rite ATV System
5 answers
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answer 1
I just got a set of ramps and they help a lot. Mine fold and will fit in my tool box bit they can always stick out if needed just make sure they are tied down.
answered 4 months, 1 week ago
by
trailrider369
 - Maryland
answer 2
You do have to completely take the unit off to load and off load your ATV. I agree that is a little inconvenient but for my uses I think it works perfectly. I only load and unload during one trip if I have to haul it a shot distance I simply don't use it...
answered 8 months ago
by
TTron
 - South Alabama
answer 3
I pull the coupler tube out. then I have another device which is merely a round JACK POST welded to a small piece of 2" square tube in the middle, this inserts in the coupler tube hole and then i use 2" x8" scaffold planks with 2 muffler clamps attached at one end, bottom side,they slide on from either side and your ramps cant kick out!!! works very well, and the guard dog stays in your hitch.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
by
camobowtie
answer 4
By turning the vertical stem it is adjustable up or down with the set screw. Detach from your bike, lower stem, unload bike, close tailgate (optional), raise stem . tighten set screw, and drive off with unit still attached.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
by
abswat
answer 5
I contacted the manufacturer they stated to unload, all you have to do is take the pin out of the upright tube and loosen the slip handle. Unlatch the trailer coupler where it attaches to the machine and pull the upright assembly out of the base. You can leave the tube in the truck hitch and the tube coupler in most cases.
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answered 2 years, 9 months ago
by
BPSResource7
 - springfield, mo
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Very interesting device. See additional info.

Has anyone tired to secure an ATV in the box of your pickup and pull a 15' boat/trl at the same time? I own both at ATV and 15'Legend Boat. Looking for feedback.

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asked 4 years, 7 months ago
by
Smittog
 - Canada
on Lock-It Rite ATV System
3 answers
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answer 1
I have not trued. I have tried to pull my 10 foot utility trailer and it worked fine. I just had to get a extension for the lights
answered 4 months, 1 week ago
by
trailrider369
 - Maryland
answer 2
Yes, but thay is not what this is designed for.
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answered 3 years, 9 months ago
by
bigfishken1
 - lawrenceville, ga
answer 3
You shouldn't have a problem doing this. Just watch your turning radius, the boat will be further back than normal.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
by
EdFarmer
 - Tennessee
Question

Can I get a longer upper arm that hooks to the atv ball so the atv can be off the tailgate.I don't trust the cables to hold the weight.

I had to get new cables due to a recall when I bought my truck
asked 2 years, 9 months ago
by
RobertSr
on Lock-It Rite ATV System
2 answers
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answer 1
you would have to get them special made but the system would be able to handle it. The theory is to add space in front of the ATV for storaghe though.
answered 8 months ago
by
TTron
 - South Alabama
answer 2
Yes sir we can make you a custom sized coupler arm, but if the guard dog is properly adjusted the upright arm actually supports the entire weight of the ATV- you could actually remove your tailgate and the ATV would stay in the same position. That's another wonderful advantage of the guard dog. The upright arm supports the weight of the entire ATV and not the tailgate so you should have no worries about replacing anymore tailgate cables. if u have any more questions/concerns I'll be happy to email u with all the answers! and trust me I know all this because I am the guy who makes them- thanks again for your purchase!!
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
by
Randolio
 - Shreveport
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