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Old 07-14-2015, 09:01 AM   #1
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Best Chocks Ever (IMHO)

I recently bought a Fuzion toy hauler to take my motorcycles with me on trips. I was anxious to find a chock system that a) would securely hold my BMW, and/or my Honda ST1300 or dirt bikes. b) one that would require minimum modification to the unit.

I believe I found it at Beast Tracks. I have just completed a 650 mile trip and nothing moved, the system holds itself onto the floor with J hooks into the TH's D rings and is removable when you arrive if you want living space to garage access.

Richard the owner of Beast Racks provided excellent customer service and made sure I was completely satisfied with his product, shipping was on time, billing was seamless.

If you are in the market for a way to tie down your bikes I'd encourage you to check out these.....


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Old 07-15-2015, 03:57 PM   #2
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Beast Racks - Customizable Motorcycle Rack Systems for Toyhaulers, Trailers, RVs, Trucks.

I've been looking for something like this that can utilize the factory D rings.

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Old 07-15-2015, 09:41 PM   #3
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I have been using Beast Racks for a couple of years now and can't say enough good about them. Be careful using factory installed D-Rings, they are only rated at 500 lbs. I had one pull out of the floor and discovered they only had 1 inch wood screws securing the plate. I installed heavy duty D-Rings that bolt through a top and bottom plate which I found at e-Trailer.com.
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Old 07-21-2015, 07:18 PM   #4
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The one thing I did not like about the Beast Rack system was they did not offer a self locking chock option.

I load my motorcycles by myself and needed a way to hold the bike securely while I got off and attached the tie down straps.

I liked their concept but felt it was a little light in the way it was built; not to mention the $400+ price tag.

I managed to build my own rendition using locking wheel chocks for $150. It attaches very similar to the Beast Rack using j hooks but simply adds a little more meat to the system as a whole.
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Really nice set up.I don't have a need for anything like this.I use the condor locking system for my Harley Trike when I load it on my tandem tow dolly but,I like to see things like this.Good Luck.
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