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  1. Hey, Im looking to replace the hooks on my straps with carabiner style. Does anybody know where to get some good carabiner clips for tow straps? Thanks
  2. I've been thinking about getting some of these for use when I'm trailering my bike, or especially when I it loaded in the back of my truck: But, the reason that I'm hesitant, is because KTM redesigned the fender in 2014 so that mud doesn't pile up on it. That's a good thing, but it doesn't look like one of these things will work now, since the underside of the fender is more or less flat across the bottom. One thing that I guess would make it work would be to alter it to something like this: Has anyone used one of these, or something simliar on a 2014, and do they work, or do they need to be modified??? CADman_KS
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    Tie down security with bungie cord

    Here's a trick I read about years ago in a dirt bike mag. Every time I read a tread that mentions the damage due to a tie down comming loose I think of this. Place a bungie cord between the loops on a tie down and when the suspension compresses far enough for the tie down to come off..... the bungie cord will take up the slack and keep the hook in place. I've seen one bike fall off the back of hitch carrier right onto the ground at the end of a off ramp. I've seen a busted rear window of someone who I told this trick to just 20 min earlier (can't help to feel bad for that one, murphys law) Just read about gas all over the inside of a enclosed trailer due to a tie down that came loose (that's the one that got me to write this) cheers :ride: :ride:

    DIY Cheap Front Tugger Strap

    It works great and it was cheap. Now I just need to make one for the rear of the bike.
  5. As the article title says, I'm a bit anal about how I tie down my bikes. But, I'm old, cranky and don't care if my riding buddies don't like it, so I'm good. 1. Cinch down the straps like you normally would. 2. Tie a simple knot below the friction buckle with the loose strap and slide it up against the buckle. The knot doesn't need to be tight. Its purpose is so that in order for the friction buckle to loosen, it has to suck the knot through it (not happenin'). 3. Take the excess, loose strap and feed it through the eyelet on the top s-hook and route it downward. 4. Finally, tie a slip knot, securing the loose strap to the tight portion of the strap below the friction buckle by pulling the slip knot loop downward until tight. I've been securing bikes like this for many moons and I've never had a since issue. Of course, this assumes that the strap webbing is in good shape to begin with. And no, this doesn't mean you can now drive like Mario Andretti when hauling your bikes. Leave the haulin' A for the track or trail.