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quest4reds

   3 of 3 members found this review helpful 3 / 3 members

Great experience so far with the Moto Cinch product.  Very well made and easily adjustable to fit your bike.  Relatively easy to install and the attaching points are very low profile so they won't inhibit items going in the bed of a truck or floor of a trailer.  I haven't seen any movement of our bikes when using the tie downs as instructed (using the front brake strap).  Two reasons for only 4 of 5 stars.  First was the cam stop plastic pieces were loose when received and after first trip one had fallen off.  We simply reattached and tightened the screw down and haven't had an issue with it since (probably 10-15 total hours travel with them so far).  Second is the price, however, over the life of the bike or even several bikes, I feel like these tie downs will outlast typical fabric straps 10 to 1 maybe 20-100 to 1 depending on the conditions fabric straps are used in so they will eventually pay for themselves in that regard.  A good note with regard to the price, I feel like this system holds better, and is more secure than straps as they lock in place so no loosening or wiggling off while driving over rough terrain so if they prevent even one drop over the side of the truck they will have paid for themselves probably several times over.  

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wbeams

   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

The product has worked very well easy to install and adjust. I was using a similar DIY setup that I had made with chains that I have been using for a while but this is much more elegant.  I haven't had the bikes mover or do anything wrong I put them on a flat bed trailer and drive on some pretty rough terrain with no problems.

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