Anyone have problems getting the bike off of the dolly?
Ahhh......a very good question! The answer is No, and Yes! No, I don't have any problems at all now, and Yes I used to have a serious problem when I had first acquired the dolly, but came up with an easy solution to make that problem a non-issue.
First, the mechanic of getting the bike off the dolly. The method that I use is to put my left foot in front of the near-side dolly wheel to prevent it from moving forward, then rock the bike backward onto its rear wheel then quickly forward and use the momentum to bring the bike right off the stand. My side-stand is always deployed, and so I just settle the bike down on that, and all in one fluid motion.
Now, the problem at the beginning. This is with the RT, and it may be different with your LT. The issue was that I had to position the center-stand of the RT very near the front of the platform, when I get the RT up on the dolly. That means I have a fairly smooth metal surface of the bottom of the center-stand feet resting on a relatively smooth painted surface of the dolly platform. On many occasions. when I tried to get the bike off the dolly, the near-side foot of the center-stand would slide off the platform and catches under the platform, while the right side is still on the platform. This pushes the dolly hard up against the rear tire with the center stand partly retracted, and jam the dolly very tightly against the rear wheel! Usually took me 10 to 15 minutes to wrangle the mess apart, with great danger of dropping the bike as I leaned the bike to the right to try to get the dolly free.
Anyway, the solution is to provide greater friction between the center-stand feet and the dolly platform. I did this by using contact cement to attach patches of very coarse emery cloth (you should be able to find at Lowes or Home Depot) at the strategic locations. Coarse sandpaper will work, but don't use it! The paper isn't strong enough and it will disintegration in short time. So, I have zero issues after I had made this modification.