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Old 03-16-2019, 10:52 PM   #1
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D-rings

I'm patiently waiting for my toy hauler to arrive. The dealer said about mid-April. I go back to work around then, and am only going to have 2-3 days to get the camper ready. That includes installing a motorcycle tie down system. The one I'm leaning toward is the "boltiton" system. (https://www.boltiton.com/product/bui...n-rack-system/) No drilling, or installing, just attach to D-rings. That's what I'm concerned about. The D-rings don't look that stout. Does anyone here know what their load rating is? Also, how are they attached? Are they just drilled into the plywood flooring with wood screws, or something more substantial? One nice thing is my bike's small compared to the bigger Harleys, about 525lbs, but I still worry about it.
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Old 03-19-2019, 02:28 AM   #2
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D-rings are anywhere from 800-2500lb rated. I know mine are screwed into the floor braces, screws go through the plywood floor into the braces below. When I got my new 5th wheel I ended up adding 12 more d-ring to my 13ft garage, basically every 20 inches is a set of tie downs. Mine are 2500lb rated but I haul a couple Harley dressers and a golf cart
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