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    Motorcycle wheel chocks

    Will soon be equipping our new 355TH to haul two full dress Harleys.
    I'm wondering what type/brand of wheel chock you folks are using and how well the factory installed tie down anchors are working?

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    B&W Biker Bar...No tie downs I have a Roadglide Ultra fully dressed...
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    I am using condor chocks in mine, e-track mounted. I had one of the factory tie downs fail, thankfully no damage to my bike when it layed over.

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    Mike and Mary Beth, Hopatcong, NJ
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    2014 Dodge Dually
    2014 Harley Ultra Limited (Big Mike's)
    2015 Indian Chieftain (Mary Beth's)


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    Can those that are posting solutions may put up a picture also? I am wondering the same thing for when I am only hauling dirt bikes.

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    Thanks for the response.
    The Biker Bar looks like a good option, kind of pricey but no straps.
    What kind of bolts are used and what are the screwing into?
    Does the bar have to be attached after you the bike is up the ramp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Mike View Post
    I am using condor chocks in mine, e-track mounted. I had one of the factory tie downs fail, thankfully no damage to my bike when it layed over.

    Big Mike
    Thanks for the reply.
    I've been leaning towards the condor chocks. Did the anchor just pull out? How did you resolve it?
    I'm want to bolt into something substantial for the chock or even the Biker Bar and be able to remove it when the bikes are out.

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    The anchor broke at the screw, GD took care of it at the rally. Since the I have only used the factory anchors for secondary straps, my primary's go to the e-track I installed.

    Ag...i would gladly post a picture or two, but I can't get into my rig right now with the snow that I have been piling next to it.

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    Mike and Mary Beth, Hopatcong, NJ
    2015 Momentum 385th with MorRyde Independent Suspension and Disc Brakes
    2014 Dodge Dually
    2014 Harley Ultra Limited (Big Mike's)
    2015 Indian Chieftain (Mary Beth's)


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    For dirtbikes we always used ties downs. 2 straps through the rear tires and one one each side of the handlebars. Make sure you run the rear tire first then you can use the resistance to strap the bars (always use insurance straps to diff tie downs tho) ...

    Disclaimer; This will in no way hold a thousand pound harley !!!!
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    I have 4 dirt bikes and am trying to figure out how I am going to set it up to. Pics would help a ton.
    I really like the e-track idea... I don't have my trailer yet, get it in 3 weeks, but am wondering how you install the e-track. Also if you can see the underside of the floor under the trailer, I assume not as its all wrapped up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcbaric View Post
    I have 4 dirt bikes and am trying to figure out how I am going to set it up to. Pics would help a ton.
    I really like the e-track idea... I don't have my trailer yet, get it in 3 weeks, but am wondering how you install the e-track. Also if you can see the underside of the floor under the trailer, I assume not as its all wrapped up.
    I have a 385TH, you can access some of the floor bottom but there are fuel tanks that limit the access.

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