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Old 07-20-2016, 04:55 PM   #29
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Thanks. I guess you can pull the bike into the condor by attaching straps around the passenger pegs and hopefully have tie downs forward enough of the passenger pegs.

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I also have a Condor in my garage securing my Harley. What's under your Condor is going to depend on your trailer. Mine is up against the wall and in the middle of the trailer. I lucked out that there is nothing but air under the flooring. I pulled down a little of the coroplast and got access and the install was easy.

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Old 07-21-2016, 08:39 AM   #30
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I pulled down a little of the coroplast and got access and the install was easy.

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Old 07-31-2016, 10:49 PM   #31
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Don't know if you still need any info but I have used the Biker Bar for my custom trailer I had made. Back and forth thru out the country with no issues at all. When they built my enclosed trailer they also installed the mounting for me. I have a lowered Softail that I need to get the appropriate bar for. My other big bagger does not use the same bar but does use the same mount. When I take both bikes I just use Pringle inserts and tie them both in with straps. The trailer company also installed those mounts for me before picking up the completed trailer. It was weird at first with no straps but the Biker Bar worked flawlessly. Highly recommend it. Easy on easy off.

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