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Old 03-20-2014, 07:11 PM   #1
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Being a full timer I carry a Cricket SW3 http://www.ricksesv.com/ and a 03 Anniversary Ultra Classic Harley Davidson in the garage of my RV.
Carrying my harley over 36K miles on our roads an highways has taken its toll on my Bike Pro Motorcycle Wheel Chocks. Metal fatigue under the stress of the road. I had the break welded and had gussets welded to each side to reinforce the chalk. I mounted a mirror on the wall behind the wheel chalk that allows me to easily see exactly where the front tire enters the wheel chalk.
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Good catch on the Chock...hope everything was unharmed by the weld failure.

Lots of us posted about our garage loads here:
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Here is our garage-ful, getting ready to leave the Dunes last week. We took 2 quads and a dirt bike, extra pair of paddle tires and 3 extra cans of gasoline in the garage. You have to be quite nimble to move around in there and get everything strapped down.
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As most of you know, the 3612 has a little less room in the toy hauler area due to the Murphy Bed being installed along the drivers side. This isn't an issue for me because I travel by myself most times, but I thought I would show the difference for y'all. The Murphy Bed takes up about 30" of space.
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Don't understand why the murphy bed option was ever dropped.
Seems like a perfect answer to many who complain about the loft.

And I recall there's been 2 folks on iRV2 asking where to find one in the aftermarket.

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And I recall there's been 2 folks on iRV2 asking where to find one in the aftermarket.

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I hope they had enough information to reach out to ViCap. . .

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I hope they had enough information to reach out to ViCap. . .

Huh?
Vi doesn't have a Murphy Bed in her 3808...does she?

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Thx for the kind thought Dan, but the 3808 doesn't have a murphy bed option.
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I see Dan has a Condor Chock as do we. So far (knocking on wood) they have given us many years of good service in various trailers and I might suggest giving one a try for your Harley.
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Thx for the kind thought Dan, but the 3808 doesn't have a murphy bed option.
I knew that, but thought "what the heck" Vi can probably convince them it's even better with 2 slides!
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I see Dan has a Condor Chock as do we. So far (knocking on wood) they have given us many years of good service in various trailers and I might suggest giving one a try for your Harley.
I've had mine since 98 or so. . .never giving it up!
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