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    Default Re: Strapless mounts

    I have a 6x10 trailer, trying to figure out the best layout to get three full size bikes in easily,
    Right now Im thinking two brake shoes up front about 36 apart o.c of the shoes and a third bike can be loaded backwards and held with straps. I was hoping three at an angle but it doesnt seem to work out
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    You can offset the shoes enough for bars to clear, which allows you to get the bikes closer together.
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    So not strapless but this is what I use.... I have these on the bike at the lower fork clamp bolts

    https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p...-strap-rings-p

    And I have a pair of tie down straps with carabiners on both ends of the straps. I have large eye bolts on the floor of my trailer that are bolted through the frame. Takes no more time to load up and tie down the bike than it would with anything else, and I never have to worry about it coming loose.
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    Default Re: Strapless mounts

    I use the same system as Ron with carabiner straps and those mounts (on the bike) from RMATV that Ron posted.
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    I have an old aluminum ATK shoe in my trailer that I have used for many years and miles. I do not use any additional straps.

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    Default Re: Strapless mounts

    Wheels082 and the rest....
    Thanks, I ordered two Brake Shoes looking forward to a more clutter free trailer!
    18 KTM 300 XCW
    '12 Husaberg 300 TE Woods Weapon 116 FOR SALE
    14 KTM 200 XCW
    '02 Husky 125 WR Buddy Bike and sold to my Buddy
    '06 KTM 300 XC gone
    '04 KTM 300 MXC sold
    '02 KTM 200 EXC sold
    '01 KTM 250 MXC sold
    '95 KDX 200 sold
    '89 KDX 200 sold
    '85 YZ 250 sold
    '82 RM 250 sold
    '80 DS 100 sold

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    Quote Originally Posted by GyroRon View Post
    So not strapless but this is what I use.... I have these on the bike at the lower fork clamp bolts

    https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p...-strap-rings-p

    And I have a pair of tie down straps with carabiners on both ends of the straps. I have large eye bolts on the floor of my trailer that are bolted through the frame. Takes no more time to load up and tie down the bike than it would with anything else, and I never have to worry about it coming loose.
    Quote Originally Posted by kenpowell View Post
    I use the same system as Ron with carabiner straps and those mounts (on the bike) from RMATV that Ron posted.
    Do these rings sit down in the triple clamp counter sink (2019 XCW with cast triples). Couple of friends have these but on machined triple clamps (XC and 6 Days). Canyon Dancer warns of this on their site
    http://www.canyondancer.com/strap-ring

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    duplicate
    Last edited by lightisright; 11-30-2019 at 09:22 AM. Reason: duplicate
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    Default Re: Strapless mounts

    Yes, the rings fit perfectly into the counter-sink on my 2018 300 XCW.
    Ken Powell
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    2012 KTM 300 XC with YZ SSS cartridges in WP forks - Sold to son-in-law on 31 October 2014 due to injury - still ride it occasionally
    2003 YZ265WR (WR426 trans except YZ250 2nd gear) with 2005 Slavens revalved AOSS forks - backup bike
    2003 KX125 with KDX220 motor & 2006 YZ250F SSS forks - added Rekluse EXP 3.0 designed for YZ125
    1979 Maico 250 Magnum - this bike is terrific!
    Many, many bikes until now...
    1963 Harley 175cc Scat - 1st motorcycle

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