ANSWER: No, that is too much stress.
ANSWER: That will be too much weight for your vehicles suspension and a Class III hitch rated for 500 lbs.
ANSWER: We do not recommend installing carriers on the front of vehicles. They are designed for the rear. Going up an incline can possibly damage the carrier or the vehicle. If you are looking at the VH-55 RO carrier you have a 500 lbs carrying capacity. Since your bike only weighs 200 lbs then you have 300 lbs of tongue weight remaining behind the carrier. Please also check the vehicles carrying capacity and hitch rating. If your vehicle has only a Class III hitch rated for 500 lb then you will not have enough capacity to carry the VH-55 RO 100 lbs, Bike 200 lbs, and support the Tongue weight 300 lbs.
ANSWER: Yes, you can tow a trailer behind the carrier. If you are towing a trailer with tongue weight then you should not exceed the carrying capacity of the carrier. So if you use the VH-55 RO carrier with a vehicle using a 500 lbs class hitch and your bike weighs 300 lbs and the Versahaul weighs 100 lbs then 100 lbs of tongue weight is remaining to tow a trailer behind the carrier. Please see www.versahaul.com for other vehicle and hitch limitations that may apply. http://www.versahaul.com/vh55ro.php
ANSWER: The VH-55 has a flat towing capacity of 3,000 lbs. Flat towing is when all 4 wheels of the vehicle are on the ground and it is being pulled. Please see www.versahaul.com for other vehicle and hitch limitations that may apply. http://www.versahaul.com/vh55ro.php
ANSWER: That is just the batch # that you gave me. The model # is only on the newer carriers. If you do not have the towing feature then you must have a double motorcycle carrier. Our VH-55 and the VH-SPORT motorcycle carriers both have the towing features. The double motorcycle carrier extends too far out to haul 2 bikes and tow. You can only haul one bike and tow.
ANSWER: I am sorry, but all of our towing carriers have a 3,000 lbs towing limit.
ANSWER: The largest tube that we manufacture with the towing feature would be a 30″ main tube. This will be 6″ longer than the tube that comes with the VH-55. None of the longer tubes will allow for towing.
ANSWER: Yes, the VH-55 and VH-Sport carrier can be used behind a motorhome. You will not want to exceed the tongue weight of the carrier and whatever is being towed. If you are flat towing do not exceed the 3,000 lbs flat towing. Visit http://versahaul.com/vhsportro.php for restrictions.
ANSWER: The VH-Sport RO is the best option. It has a 600 lb total carrying weight and a towing capacity of 3000 lbs. You will also need a bigger Class IV or Class V hitch that can support the combined weight of your bike (est 536 lbs), VH-Sport RO (111 lbs) and the Tongue weight of your trailer. Also Coachmen frames sometimes do not extend far enough behind the Camper. The hitch may not support this weight. Check the hitch mount carefully.