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When we loaded mine we tied the passenger pegs. Everything went smoothly.
 

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When I used tie downs, I never tied the rear down. It just doesnt go anywhere.

Now I have Strapless Transport Stands, so I dont have to tie anything down :)
 

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I will probally only trailer it once lol, so i dont think i will be needing those pit bulls lol But those are nice
 

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I never tied down the rear either...just had a handlebar strap and tied down the front so it was nice, strait, and tight. Had it in the back of a truck...didnt move an inch
 

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Mine is very stable tied in the truck at the front but with our roads around here I worry about the back coming up over bumps. I don't have passenger pegs on mine, I took the end off of one of my ratcheting tie downs and passed the free end through the hollow axle and then put the end back on and ratched it down. Keeps the back end from bouncing up, is way stronger than the passenger pegs (assuming you have them) and doesn't compress the shock.
 

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I never tied down the rear either...just had a handlebar strap and tied down the front so it was nice, strait, and tight. Had it in the back of a truck...didnt move an inch
Thats exactly how I did mine. Tailgate even shut right on the rear tire to snug it in. You don't need a back strap.
 
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