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Old 11-14-2008, 11:20 PM   #1
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Motorcyce Chocks

Hello all. Just bought a Work and Play 18LT and plan to haul 2, 500 pound street bikes. Mine came without tie-downs and wheel chocks, which is what I wanted so I can customize for each bike. (One bike is Yamaha V-Star 650, the other a Honda 750 Nighthawk). Has anybody added their own tie downs and wheel chocks? Looking for removable wheel chocks and flush tie downs, at least when they're not in use. I'm also looking for a tongue mounted tool box, bright diamond plate, since that's what is across the front of the trailer. Thanks for any advice and recommendations, or experience, good or bad.


The reason for 2 bikes is the wife has her own.

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Old 11-15-2008, 07:37 AM   #2
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I would buy the wheel chocks that lock the front tire as you drive over the base of the chock. This way the bike will stay upright as you finish tying it down. The e track (sold at Tractor and Supply) screws to the floor and has several positions that you can hook your tiedowns onto. You can also remove the tire down locks when not in use. This track gives you multiple positions in case you haul other bikes or buy a new one. If you customize your tiedowns to just your two bikes; then you'll have to redo your trailer everytime your change bikes.
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