Lock-N-Load Transport System

Lock-N-Load Transport System
Lock-N-Load Transport System

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Item #LNL0003

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3 Reviews
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TomT Verified Purchaser
Very Disapointed

You still need the use of front ties do not trust these mounts the first bike I transported with this product tried coming out of the mount and bent the back side of the mount. I for one do not trust this product without front tie downs

Fboy Verified Purchaser

Well made product. Easy to load bike and holds front wheel securely until straps are applied.

arkphlegm
atlanta, GA
Bang for the Buck

Installation was pretty easy and took about 45 minutes which included installing other tiedown points on my trailer. The bike wobbled a little bit going over speedbumps otherwise it seemed rock solid. I recommend
pulling over down the street on the first trip to check the built-in strap to make sure it hasnt slipped.

4 Questions
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rangerboy78
Q: Does entry into the Lock-N-Load rub the tire sidewalls? I am concerned if this would ruin the wide white walls on my 2009 Heritage softail Classic.?
1 year 1 month ago
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year ago
A: The Lock-N-Load Transport System should not ruin your whitewalls.
Bikerman
Location: Rhode Island, USA
Q: When you put your bike in the cradle,do you leave it in gear ?
2 years 4 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Top 1 Contributor
2 years 4 months ago
A: With the bike loaded in the Lock-N-Load Transport System, it does not require the bike to be left in gear. Between the chock and the tie down straps, it will secure the machine. It is always a good idea to also install a rear strap around the rear wheel when transporting.
JulieJo
Q: What is the largest width tire that this will accommodate? Will it support the rear wheel of a motorcycle (210)?
Over 7 years ago
james718
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 7 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: This wheel chock is designed to hold the front tire. From all of the literature I've read about this item it refers to placing the front tire into the chock assembly.
http://www.locknloadwheelchocks.com/product_supportpopup1.htm
EZ3SFFJ
Q: Can this be used with trailers that have wire mesh floors?
Over 7 years ago
james718
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago
A: This needs to fit firmly to a solid surfaced floor. You might have to secure some wood to the mesh floor to get this bike clamp to mount properly.
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