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Old 03-10-2013, 08:08 PM   #29
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NEVER EVER tie to handle bars!
Two year's ago after not riding for around 10 year's I bought a new bike from a dealer.
We loaded in trailer,( bought it in Pa. in Feb.) dealer personell tied it down when I was putting paperwork in truck cab.
When I looked in trailer, guess what, yep handle bar's, and their my new dealer, I flipped, they unloaded it, I test drove another one just like it.
Returned, asked one question, wrong answer, and got my check back.
Common sense sometime's elude's everyone I've learned.

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Old 04-23-2013, 08:24 AM   #30
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I didn't read the entire thread but had to say my pitbull restraint system is the best thing Iv found. No front chock or straps. removes with 4 small holes in the floor. Loads quick and easy alone.

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Old 04-27-2013, 07:06 PM   #31
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ok heres the way to do it. I do bike rallys and a guy showed me a trick. we have the removable chocks in front , good straps, and the raptor came with good floor securement. the trick is to make a stand (2x4 4x4 etc) to put under the bike. I had to make mine more custom for my kaw since part of the engine extends below the frame. it depends on your bike. once the block is under my bike I can strap it by myself. no need to compress the forks anymore. tighten the front till the rear elevates slightly then tighten the rear.
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Old 04-27-2013, 07:34 PM   #32
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How to trailer a motorcycle ??

This is a buddy of mine's 5er. We loaded 5 bikes in a 12' garage with PLENTY more room.


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