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Picked it up this morning: That was 60PSI in the bags. I think I'll bump it up to 70-75. That's ...

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Picked it up this morning:

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That was 60PSI in the bags. I think I'll bump it up to 70-75.

That's also with the hitch in the middle ofthe three settings. might put that down at the lowest setting to level out the camper a bit since bed rail clearance doesn't look to be an issue at all.
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Picked it up this morning:



That was 60PSI in the bags. I think I'll bump it up to 70-75.

That's also with the hitch in the middle ofthe three settings. might put that down at the lowest setting to level out the camper a bit since bed rail clearance doesn't look to be an issue at all.

Very nice!


Must be heavy pin! Will you lose a bit of pin weight when you load toys in the ass?


I have mine as low as you can go on the hitch, without getting too close to the bed rails. I have had it nearly touch when coming out of a downhill approach in the mountains. Just watch your clearance.


Mine needs bigger tires, or axle spacers to get it perfect. GMs are tall in the ass!


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That was 60PSI in the bags. I think I'll bump it up to 70-75.

That's also with the hitch in the middle ofthe three settings. might put that down at the lowest setting to level out the camper a bit since bed rail clearance doesn't look to be an issue at all.

Very nice!


Must be heavy pin! Will you lose a bit of pin weight when you load toys in the ass?


I have mine as low as you can go on the hitch, without getting too close to the bed rails. I have had it nearly touch when coming out of a downhill approach in the mountains. Just watch your clearance.


Mine needs bigger tires, or axle spacers to get it perfect. GMs are tall in the ass!


Congrats!
Thanks!

And yeah that's a good point, that was empty on the way home from the dealer. The pin weight should be a good bit less less now that the bikes are in the back.

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PS. B&W Biker Bars are the real deal. Nice install, hold the bikes nice and secure. Hope i still feel the same way after the first leg of our journey!
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I want a biker bar setup, if I keep my toy hauler, lol.

And you'll definitely notice a difference with the bikes in the back... Toy haulers are all pin/tongue heavy with no weight in the back... It was a fun day when I forgot to adjust the bars after taking the ATV out of it, lol.

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Rather than a front wheel chock and straps (or just straps) you mount a base onto the floor of the trailer that has a capture system for a bar. You mount that bar on the bike (temporarily for travel, it's quick release) then you just ride the bike into the mount and it locks it down.

They got a real good test on the ride home yesterday. A bridge we went over on I91 in Massachusetts was a complete shit show, and i didn't see it til too late. I bounced the trailer enough that I pulled over to double check the bikes in the back after....they hadn't moved a LICK.

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