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Offline Gahendo

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Toy hauler racksystems
« on: September 03, 2017, 09:43:49 AM »
Just got a new to me toy hauler. Anyone using the bolt it on or beast rack system? They look pretty identical and both seem well reviewed.
http://boltiton.com
http://beastracks.com

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Re: Toy hauler racksystems
« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2017, 01:48:09 PM »
I was looking for something like that when I first got my toy hauler.  But I was having a hard time deciding how I wanted to lay it out.  In the end I did nothing.  I cam but bikes or atvs anywhere with d rings located all over the place.  I learned quickly that stationary racks are very limiting.  With three straps (2 on the bars and one on a foot peg) you can triangulate any bike in an upright position and it cannot move.  You just need to choose the right angles...  d-ring can be located near or far as long as you set the correct angle.  I've loaded as many as 2 atvs and 3 bikes and more tables and generators and coolers as you can possibly imagine with this method on a tiny 20 foot toy hauler.

Light trip with only two bikes and an atv...  can mount them in any position.




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