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Old 06-26-2016, 06:57 PM   #11
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How do you determine where to place your wheel choke? Do you want the bike half way in front of the axles??? Where would you place the choke if you want to haul two bikes? Would you stagger the bikes or load in single file? I guess you would put the heavier bike up front...??? I will get my new Wolf 26 RR 2nd week in July, so I kinda need to come up with a plan....


I would put the heavier bike at the back. The 26RR is already very tongue heavy and the front bike will add to that somewhat while the rear bike will help take some weight off. Remember that the weight of the rear bike will still be not far from the rear axle because of its overall length.
Also the spread of the tie downs is wider at the rear for sideways stability with the greater weight.
If the lighter bike is skinnier it may also help access to the kitchen.


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Old 06-28-2016, 02:29 AM   #12
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Here's my input on using chocks
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Old 06-30-2016, 12:18 PM   #13
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for the Harley bikes this would be the only thing I would use:
https://www.etrailer.com/Trailer-Car.../BWMC2301.html





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Old 06-30-2016, 01:01 PM   #14
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On all my sport bike forums people either use a PitBull Trailer Restraint System or a Baxley wheel chock.
I have a Baxley knockoff I got on Amazon. Works great but isn't $200
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Old 11-29-2016, 11:51 AM   #15
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I took a piece of aluminum angle iron and bolted my chocks to that. I than cut slits in the bottom of the angle iron so that the drings would come through it. So that when the bike is in the chock the d ring and hook of the strap holds the angle and chock down. Once bikes are pulled our I remove the angle and chocks as one unit and I have a nice flat bunk house
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Old 12-31-2016, 10:12 PM   #16
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Saw this posted on the Keystone forum page. They look nice and don't bolt permanently. I hope this helps someone.

http://www.boltiton.com/wp-site/
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Old 12-31-2016, 11:02 PM   #17
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Saw this posted on the Keystone forum page. They look nice and don't bolt permanently. I hope this helps someone.

http://www.boltiton.com/wp-site/
That's pretty neat and easily frees up the room by releasing the j-hooks from the d-rings in the floor.
I'd still strap the back wheels down for 4 point attachment.
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Old 04-06-2017, 07:17 AM   #18
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I took a piece of aluminum angle iron and bolted my chocks to that. I than cut slits in the bottom of the angle iron so that the drings would come through it. So that when the bike is in the chock the d ring and hook of the strap holds the angle and chock down. Once bikes are pulled our I remove the angle and chocks as one unit and I have a nice flat bunk house
What wheel chocks are you using? We have an Ultra Classic and a Heritage Softail Classic to put in new toy hauler. Don't want to mess with the heated underbelly and drilling. Your set-up might be what we need with no drilling in the floor.
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What wheel chocks are you using? We have an Ultra Classic and a Heritage Softail Classic to put in new toy hauler. Don't want to mess with the heated underbelly and drilling. Your set-up might be what we need with no drilling in the floor.
This is the stand I use for my ultra classic you might want to take a look at these.
https://wheeldock.com/products/wheel...nt=26294025411
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