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Old 07-02-2016, 02:40 PM   #1
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D rings measurements in a 20016 - 26RR

There are three sets of D rings in a 2016 wolf pack 26RR toy hauler. I would like to know the distance from each set of D rings to the loading door with the D rings closest to the back loading door as d rings #1, the middle set #2 and the rings up front #3.
How far each set is spaced apart.
The distance between each set of D rings going from left to right? Wall to wall, it looks like set 1 and 2 are the same, but set 3 which is by the fridge look to be closer together.
Or does anyone know of a spec's sheet where I could find such info.
I know this is asking alot, but I thought surly some one has measured this by now.

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Old 07-04-2016, 10:23 PM   #2
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The rings are about 5 feet apart in width and are spaced a few inches from the back door and at 7 feet & 14 feet. The set furthest inward are just before the side door in from of the axles.

I am trying to figure out how to squeeze in 2 Street Glides myself. One will not be an issue, trying to get that second one in may be tight. Especially with the middle set of rings only 7 feet in. The bike is close to 8 feet long.
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Old 07-04-2016, 10:43 PM   #3
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The rings are about 5 feet apart in width and are spaced a few inches from the back door and at 7 feet & 14 feet. The set furthest inward are just before the side door in from of the axles.



I am trying to figure out how to squeeze in 2 Street Glides myself. One will not be an issue, trying to get that second one in may be tight. Especially with the middle set of rings only 7 feet in. The bike is close to 8 feet long.


Add some D rings like I did - see my earlier entries about my 26RR re adding the rings and tying in the bike. Finding the studs is the tricky bit and you can't guarantee the factory did a good job of that especially on the front rings where the LH one is further towards the centre of the trailer.


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The rings are about 5 feet apart in width and are spaced a few inches from the back door and at 7 feet & 14 feet. The set furthest inward are just before the side door in from of the axles.

I am trying to figure out how to squeeze in 2 Street Glides myself. One will not be an issue, trying to get that second one in may be tight. Especially with the middle set of rings only 7 feet in. The bike is close to 8 feet long.
Its my understanding that D rings 1 and 2 are 72" apart in width not 60" as you stated...... and the D rings 3, which are by the front door and the fuse cover below the oven is 55" in width. This in important as I would like to order Bolt It On or Beast Rack custom made motorcycle chocks.
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Hiinthesky,
Just measured mine for you:
1 this pair are 11 inches from the rear wall and 73 apart
2 this pair are 77 inches from the rear door and 73 apart
3 this pair are 161 from the rear door and 55 apart.

The extra pair I added to mine are 117 from rear door (sited between sink cupboard door & stove) and 42 apart - the RH one is set in as I have a box built over the wheel arch and that is where the frame runs.
Hope this all helps.


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Here are some pix of the measurements for the extra D Rings I installed in my 26RR. Note you should check where the beams are under your TT at the place where you want to put them as the beams vary in position along the length of the trailer.
These were placed to allow a HF chock to rest against and be bolted to the open rings and so the cupboard can still be opened as my bike sits to the R of center.

LHS D-Ring: From the kitchen cabinet (the center bolt is on the center of the beam)
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Here are some pix of the measurements for the extra D Rings I installed in my 26RR. Note you should check where the beams are under your TT at the place where you want to put them as the beams vary in position along the length of the trailer.
These were placed to allow a HF chock to rest against and be bolted to the open rings and so the cupboard can still be opened as my bike sits to the R of center.

LHS D-Ring: From the kitchen cabinet (the center bolt is on the center of the beam)
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From the rear of the kitchen cabinet
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RHS D-Ring: from the LHS D-Ring
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Approx back from side door:
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Ron where did you pick up the extra d rings?
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I found them on Amazon and etrailer
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D rings measurements in a 20016 - 26RR

Some D-Rings do not have the center bolt. I would advise having that bolt as you can use a pretty solid bolt in that. The ones with 4 corner bolts only screw into the floor, not the stud.

D-Rings are also available at hardware stores.

Note also that these I added do NOT line up with the ones that were in there because the studs are in different positions at different parts of the trailer. Feel through the membrane underneath for them and measure 6 times taking into account wall thicknesses etc. I also pulled their rings out for a look and saw they had missed the stud in places.
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Some D-Rings do not have the center bolt. I would advise having that bolt as you can use a pretty solid bolt in that. The ones with 4 corner bolts only screw into the floor, not the stud.

D-Rings are also available at hardware stores.

Note also that these I added do NOT line up with the ones that were in there because the studs are in different positions at different parts of the trailer. Feel through the membrane underneath for them and measure 6 times taking into account wall thicknesses etc. I also pulled their rings out for a look and saw they had missed the stud in places.


No hardware stores have those exact ones around me.
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