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Old 10-04-2012, 05:43 AM   #11
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Linnemj: Thanks for letting us know that you were able to secure the Condor wheel chock in your XLR (considering the location of the fresh water tank) and the heads-up on the supplied bolts.

Steve: We also liked the Wheel Dock, but unfortunately, you cannot buy them up here, and to have them sent up is almost as expensive as buying a third chock! The company was very helpful and informative however when we did contact them.

PJones: Thanks for the great pic of your Biker Bar, I checked and they are sold in Canada so we will definitely take a closer look at them.

It's great being able to get this kind of help on the website!

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Old 10-11-2012, 09:41 PM   #12
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We use a pair of Comdors to secure two dressers, we don't secure them to the floor and haven't have them move an inch.

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Old 10-15-2012, 03:39 PM   #13
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Had two sets of the removable Pingels in an enclosed trailer. Sold trailer now have the 305V16. I basically mounted Pingels on a flat steel that maintains the stability while the straps keep the bikes in place, do not use kickstands. Used on only one trip so far, works great! I'm not drilling any holes in that floor!

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Old 10-16-2012, 01:11 PM   #14
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B&W Bike Bar

I also use the B&W Bike Bar, 2007 Road Star 1700. No need for tie downs. Just use the clamp on the frame, drive the bike onto the bolted platform on the RV garage floor, the clamp or bar on the bike will securely clamp onto the bolted platform and you're good to go. Again, no need for tiedowns, the 850 pound bike is secured to the floor of the RV garage. The bike bar is a bit pricey at $350, but well worth the ease of use, convenience and knowing the bike is secure. I have a XLR AMP 395, no tanks below my floor, installation was easy, about 1 hour. Good luck...
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Old 10-16-2012, 02:23 PM   #15
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I made these flush mount anchors from 3/4" all-thread and rod couplings so I can remove mine when not in use, used 3" channel iron underneath to bolt through, roll out the cargo rug, rubber mat and Biker Bar, bolt down from topside with (2) 3/4" cap screws and you're set.


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