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    Francopacks
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    CBR600f4i in a Dodge Minivan?

    Think it'll fit? Roof height in the van is a bit under 40 in from floor to ceiling.

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    Re: CBR600f4i in a Dodge Minivan?

    Quote Originally Posted by Francopacks View Post
    Think it'll fit? Roof height in the van is a bit under 40 in from floor to ceiling.


    It'll fit. I fit my 2001 F4i in a 96 Dodge Caravan. I also fit my 1999 VFR800 in a 2001 Toyota Sienna. Vans rule.

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    Re: CBR600f4i in a Dodge Minivan?

    I just gained a new respect for minivans. That's awesome.

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    Re: CBR600f4i in a Dodge Minivan?

    Yes they do. The only thing I didn't like about putting those bikes in the minivans is that in both cases, I didn't have ramps or anyone helping me!

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    Re: CBR600f4i in a Dodge Minivan?

    That's awesome, thanks for the reply. Did you have to use any straps to compress the suspension all the way?

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    Re: CBR600f4i in a Dodge Minivan?

    Quote Originally Posted by Francopacks View Post
    That's awesome, thanks for the reply. Did you have to use any straps to compress the suspension all the way?

    The time I did it in the Dodge, I used straps to tie down the bike to the seat mounting points. The time I did the VFR in the Toyota, I didn't have any straps, but the plastics were off and the bike was completely drained, so I just laid it down on it's side on a tarp in the back.

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