Sounds good! let me know how it works out!SARGE said:I use a 6.5'x12' trailer. I use rachet straps on four corners BUT I was hooking to the racks. I will try hooking the frame and see what happens.
I used to use the winch to crank it down, but I've heard that takes its toll on the winch due to the jarring around.
Thanks for the advice. ccasion14:
Man, that could have sucked bad! I'm glad it didn't go that way though.owen said:Might be stupid to say, but make sure to put it into park. I had strapped my quad in but only did the rear straps which I hook next to the receiver. Hauling it home one day I began to go up a hill and hear the thing hit the tailgate and when I stopped, it then rolled and I heard the winch hook just tap the rear window. Luckily it didn't go through. I found out that I had left the quad in low gear after putting it up the ramps, I also had the parking brake on but it didn't do much I guess. Now I always slam the thing into park to make sure.
Seems to be. I've hit the brakes pretty hard and driven on some rough terrain and it might move a few inches but I am really confident it will not move enough to worry me. I am going to make another piece that allows the Grizz to sit in the bed all the way but so far I always end up hauling other stuff in front of it. I also like the fact I can lock it down to help with security.Thom said:Bull I like that set up. i have seen it before but never on anyones bike. Is it real solid?
That is slick.Bull700 said:I use the louisiana gaurd dog which you dont need straps for and can still tow a trailer. I don't like how it sits on the tailgate but I can fix that if I want to.