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Old 03-30-2008, 05:06 PM   #1
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enclosed trailer setups?

I'm the proud owner of a new 6x12 enclosed trailer. It's nice to upgrade from the flat deck trailer we've been using the last couple years for security and protection from the weather, of course it's going to be a bit more to tow with my poor pathfinder.. meh.
i'm curious to see how others have setup their enclosed trailers, so if you've got any pics i'd love to see them. I guess i'm looking for how people have placed their tie down locations and any other modifications they've done. we'll be carrying our two RR races bikes and any other crap I can fit in the trailer nicely to get it out of the truck.. the obvious stuff like stands and gas.
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I recommend putting the bikes in the trailer and seeing where you should put your wheel chocks in relation to the axle. I had to remount mine after I didn't take that into consideration and had all the weight on the hitch (very important if your only towing with a path finder) Everything else I carry in Rubbermaid tubs (tools/spares) on the floor. Thinking about adding a shelf though this year. I should add I only have a 5X10 and trailer 1 bike.
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I recommend putting the bikes in the trailer and seeing where you should put your wheel chocks in relation to the axle.
yup, I've got that all planned; did the same with the old trailer when we installed the chocks, so it's just a matter of doing it once again with the new one.

I too have been thinking some shelves would be great too, but i'll probably not get around to it.
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I have a 7x14 that I'll be loading soon for some races two weekends from now. I'll take some pictures of it loaded.
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7X16 set up for 4 bikes. Used the recessed wheel chocks, love them, that way you can just close them if you ever want them out of the way when the bikes are not in the trailer. Put d rings on both sides of the bikes. One up against the wall and they share the one in the middle. Not a great pic, but we have many more mods to do to the trailer!!!!

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I'll be keeping a close eye on this thread as well. I bought a 6x12 vnose tandem axle last fall. It's a super trailer with electric brakes as well. Hauling 3 bikes is a breeze and I don't have to worry too much about balancing the weight since it is a tandem.

I put the Baxley chocks on the floor wherever they make sense at the time. I put e-track down the sides annd all the way down the middle. Don't have any pics with the etrac though. I thought long and hard about etrack vs. rececessed drings and went with the etrack since it is much more configurable.
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i'm liking those recessed wheel chocks those look awesome, I never even knew you could get those! This thread is paying off already! thanks.
Etrack is a great idea, which I might do later.. I'm already breaking the bank too much right now.. Besides, at this point in time as long as I get the bikes set up right I won't need much adjustment.
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You guys should really consider looking into a strapless attachment system. It almost looks like a rear stand that is bolted to the ground and you put a rod through the rear axle. You don't need to use straps, so you are not compressing the front suspension. Plus, you can make better use of the space. The best bet would be to have the bike facing rearwards as opposed to forwards if you are going with this system. I'll try to find pics.

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We went with the recessed to be able to get them out of the way when the bikes aren't in the trailer. The strapless setups from what we have seen are very expensive, otherwise we would have went that route. T
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Old 03-30-2008, 11:06 PM   #10
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I'm fine with using straps, they've always worked fine in the past. i've contemplated making my own rear stand system like you've suggested, but never actually buying one.. too expensive for me.
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Really? It is like $240. I mean you pay for an enclosed trailer, which is $$$ but not for $240 "tool" that makes life so much easier? One thing I never liked about an enclosed trailer is that you can't see what is going on in the trailer. That isn't a BIG deal, because the nice thing is that the bike can't fall out... like a small open trailer, but IMO it would be greater piece of mind to have a strapless system. I'd probably still add a couple of lightly tied down straps, just for added safety.

Another thing you guys can consider... although you might find it a tad pricey too.... is a BikePro chock. The nice thing is that it holds the bike up on its own.... so it makes the loading/unloading process easier.

As far as the set up of the trailer, my friend has an enclosed trailer and he keeps the tool boxes at the front of the trailer and has a makeshift table (which comes in handy bigtime). The table is hinged and can be lifted up and out of the way when loaded up with bikes, or brought down when at the track to help him work on the bike. Above the tool boxes at the front he has some tire racks and the leathers go along the side.
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I understand what you're saying but for me it was already a stretch just to buy the enclosed trailer. As well for me we're talking about $240.00x2. As I said I've never had a problem with years of towing the bikes on the open trailer with straps, so I just don't see it as a necessary expense..
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If you look at why a fork seal blows out, it's not because of it being compressed it's the fluid trying to fit through a small hole at a very high rate of speed ex: when you are coming down from a wheelie and you hit the front wheel hard. The oil is compressed so fast that it has no where to go but out the seal.
There will always be better parts to put on a trailer, it's just a matter of how much you want to spend on them. $1000 for 4 chockes is pretty high. Maybe we will make our own one of these days but for now canyon dancers and straps work just fine. I can get some extra track days with that money. T
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here is how I set up my 6x12 v-nose haulmark trailer...for up to three bikes to go racing. I think the location of the chocks, tool chest, tire rack and helmet bays are where I would put them if I was doing it over again. It is hard to see in the pic, but the front bike went in the v-nose on a baxley chock, and the two other bikes were behind on the left and right (like a triangle formation). The tool chest was tied down to the wall under the tire rack in front of the back left bike.

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It is cramped but still works. Two big bikes in the back with a pit bike in the middle. Fold down bunk beds and tire rack save space as well.

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^^ thats a sweet setup bud.

I'm interested to see what you guys are doing for shelving and storage too.

Mine is a 7x14 and pretty bare right now.

Holds 2 bikes in the middle, 1 in the front(loaded through the side door) and can hold one more sideways in the rear if needed.



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Hey those chocks are great!
Where do you get them & how much do they cost???
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7X16 set up for 4 bikes. Used the recessed wheel chocks, love them, that way you can just close them if you ever want them out of the way when the bikes are not in the trailer. Put d rings on both sides of the bikes. One up against the wall and they share the one in the middle. Not a great pic, but we have many more mods to do to the trailer!!!!

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Damn, I listened to my buddy at work talk about how great his 6X12 is compared to my 5X10 and now after seeing acouple trailers here I'm almost convinced I need a bigger one now. I like the idea of a fridge @ the track :)
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no no no no tie downs on frt end, we put the frt wheel in the chocks like pictured in other pics put your tiedowns around the swing arm thru the hole, we have e-track but if you position your rings just forward of where the tie downs attach and pull them up, you will get a rock solid bike , with almost no fork compression, i've taught this method to many people and they are very happy
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Hey those chocks are great!
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It is cramped but still works. Two big bikes in the back with a pit bike in the middle. Fold down bunk beds and tire rack save space as well.

That is awesome. Exactly what I would shoot for. Good to see someone supported by D2 on here.
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Where did you get those fold down bunks? How do you like them?
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Man, those bunks aren't cheap....

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http://www.blazinbelltech.com/furniture.html
wow thats no joke. one could probably build something similar on there own. it doesnt look like to complicated a piece. may be a little less comfortable, but as long as you have enough beers i think sleeping through the night would not be a problem:icon_lol:
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Or even just hang your air mattress on the wall to keep it out of the way, and then throw it on the floor when you need it.
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What size trailer is yours?
Looks like you can carry 4 bikes with ease!
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wow.. everything but the kitchen sink, eh?

In comparison ours just doesn't compare.. we just got it set up a couple days a go to haul the bike to a local shops dyno day.
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What size trailer is yours?
Looks like you can carry 4 bikes with ease!
7x16 v-nose 6'6" tall. We are setup to carry 4 bikes with room in the front for all the extras, cooler, stands, tent, gas, tools, etc. Will get some pictures when we load it up this weekend for the track day. Will only have 3 bikes in it but it will give us an idea on how to arrange everything when we add on the shelves etc.. T
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We have a 12 gallon air tank mounted underneath the trailer for air... Will get pics of this as well. T
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