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Nice job.  Good to see it all mounted up.  Hopefully you guys are enjoying it.

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Howdy iddy,

That's thinking outside the box, very cool and looks like it will work great.

Dave

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Yeah there 2 wee-stroms. I'm going to secure them with a pit-bull trailer restraint system. you just pull in and clip into a retainer on the floor and they say they wont move. I've blown enough fork seals to last me awhile. I'm hoping these are the cats meow. I'm installing this weekend if it comes out good i'll post a picture

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Secure the back wheels too, or they'll start doing a dance back there.  And consider this:  The Pit Bull system is designed to haul bikes longitudinally with the vehicle, not cross wise.  Applying the truck brakes will try to pry the bikes out of the stand, twisting the front wheel and forks.  Put some safety straps on there too.  No need to cinch them down hard, just keep the slack out of the system.

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