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Old 03-22-2014, 12:46 PM   #31
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I just purchased the same chock at Harbor Freight. Haven't used it yet but I think it will work to hold the bike upright while tying it down to the floor vs having the bike on the kick stand. You could mount it to the floor, but would be in the way when you remove the MC. I am going to use it in my 19RR.
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Old 03-24-2014, 10:11 AM   #32
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I hear you toby, about sick of winter. Had a few days to ride but the dang salt is like a coating of flower up here yet in some spots.
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Old 03-24-2014, 10:14 AM   #33
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I just purchased the same chock at Harbor Freight. Haven't used it yet but I think it will work to hold the bike upright while tying it down to the floor vs having the bike on the kick stand. You could mount it to the floor, but would be in the way when you remove the MC. I am going to use it in my 19RR.
I ditched the plastic pucks when they are in trailer, got two rubber cow mats at the local farm store. So far so good I tie the choks to front d ring, the bike front to the chock and the rear of the bike to rear d rings. and have trailered with no issues at all. I didn't wanna drill any more holes to have permanent mount for the chock. hope this helps.
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Old 04-02-2014, 03:59 PM   #34
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Well picked up the tt today new ramp door installed as well as some caulking and new city water inlet, now to call the f.r. rep apparently my dealer says they wont warranty the new door because the one year warranty is up. This isn't the dealers fault, forest river had no problem delaying the delivery of the new ramp to the dealer mind u dealer inspected and emailed photos july of 2013, ramp wasn't delivered to dealer until November took me 10 plus phone calls to the forest river rep, and promise after promise and still over 5 months to deliver. and then of course winter and now spring when I can use the bikes and trailer. and im told after waiting this long that no warranty well hmmmm, phone call it is.
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