Originally Posted by jimvic
What I did to avoid drilling hole (my wife doesn't want holes in the floor, she bought it) I have been using extra tie downs just to hold the chock in place from the rear and used tie downs coming forward on the bike itself pulling the oppostite way. So far 2 outing no errors.
I'm a fan of extra tie downs for sure, the chock was going to be mounted up front between the entry door and bathroom door in that 49" wide space, there is a 5-1/2" clear space underneath there between the tanks to bolt it through the floor. I was going to have to drill more holes in the chock base to get it far enough forward so it would fit, after thinking about it I don't really know if I would want a 600-700 lb. bike on that side of the trailer since there is really nothing to offset that weight, it may have been fine but I think if others want to go they can figure out a way to meet us there and sleep in our trailer. The FLHX in the middle in the back rides really well, very impressed with the Biker Bar mount.