Nice set-up. Does the bike have a much of a rear wheel weight bias? Looks like it is not evenly placed left to right.
At 100 lbs for the rack, I wouldn't want more than 400 lbs of bike on there behind my truck.
My lightweight rack does well for the van van and KLX, but not sure I'd put anything heavier even though it is rated for 400 lbs.
No idea about weight bias on the Duc.
And yes it's offset to the left. That's the default position of the wheel chock.
I could change it, but it would mean the pivot would foul the LED trailer lights I added forcing them to be off center or otherwise relocated, plus it would put the handlebar closer to the tire, and might make loading harder as we already have to lean it towards us to get around the spare.
Also it might set the slightly longer V7s back further if/when we carry them (though their wheelbase is the same too, so might be fine).
But more importantly by my observation for hundreds of miles riding behind it, and Jenn's report after two nearly 400 mile days, it has zero noticeable effect on the LR.
Between the weight of the SUV and the air suspension that leveled it front-to-rear there was no noticeable difference in ride or handling and it did not appear to lean in appreciable way.