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Old 06-18-2012, 09:13 PM   #21
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Here she is loaded, took it 14 hours to maine. Checked straps every fuel up. She road great.

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Old 06-19-2012, 09:56 PM   #22
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Way cool... We got some different wheel chucks and took them in the new 25RR a couple weeks ago and they did awesome. We have another trip this Thurs which is farther then the first time so it will be a good trial for our up coming trip to Sturgis.
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Old 06-25-2012, 10:56 AM   #23
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What Chucks did you get? I road the bike from Ohio to the Denver stayed in the Rockys for 4 day then headed from there to Sturgis in 2008. It was a great trip being on the bike for 10 days straight. Tell you when I got the Sturgis I bought one of those gel butt pads for the ride back. We're talking about taking the 25rr to Sturgis in the next few years and staying at the Buffalo. Let me know how the trips go.
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Old 06-25-2012, 09:05 PM   #24
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They are locking wheel chucks from harbor freight for $70 each. We rode there in 05 & 09 but was with a group of people. This year it is just my husband and I so it will be nice to have our own space and do what we sant and when. We are staying at Sturgis View Campground, check it out it is a very cool place and close to downtown with out all the noise.
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Old 10-25-2012, 03:21 AM   #25
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Hey Empa, looks awesome, I have a similar setup in mine, but I just use 6 1.5 inch long lag bolts and bolt my wheel chock to the floor while the bike is loaded, then I take the bolts out when I arrive at my destination. My wheel chock is from Harbor Freight. What year is your RG?
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Old 10-25-2012, 09:15 AM   #26
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Hi 09, Mines an 07, when you get a chance take a picture of your loaded in your hauler and let us take a look. Thanks!
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Old 10-25-2012, 11:01 PM   #27
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I looked at the bolt it on system, my tie downs are in the wrong spots, a friend of mine let me borrow "the biker bar" by B&W Hitch, it is awesome, I made some flush mount bolts at work so I can remove it when not in use. I still strap it from the rider footboards to tie downs, it hasn't moved at all but two straps give me piece of mind.

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Old 11-19-2012, 01:14 PM   #28
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Some simple mods to my 25rr.
Are those hooks under the upper cabinet?
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Bolt It On Motorcycle racks

Bolt it on customized my rail to fit the longer and shorter size D rings lengths in my camper.

I paid around 300 plus 70 shipping.Seemed like a lot until I figured in the cost of my road glide and camper interior.
Looks like the little lady and myself have gone from wanting the 19RR to the 21Rr & have decided the 25RR is the model for us How did Bolt It On customize that unit for you? I'll be wanting the same setup for mine
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Yes Night Wolf, I added hooks to the bottom side on the upper cabinet. You have to be careful not to hang a heavy jacket there is not much wood to screw them into pretty thin.

The Bolt it on works great, and they are good people to work with. I gave them the measurements of the D Rings and they made a rail to fit. I had two extra D rings added up by the fridge so I can fit two bikes or quads. My rail will fit those rings or the rings by the sink. When camping I take it apart and store it under one of the couches. Enjoy your 25RR!!!!
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