... liner. Any ideas how I get this back in the truck?
Dig a large hole in the ground under the liner and back the trunk into the hole under the liner.... liner. Any ideas how I get this back in the truck?
Hooks on handlebars (make sure you don't pinch any wires) and compress the forks a bit, but not all the way. If you stop for any length of time or leave the bike in the truck overnight, just release the tension on the forks. Don't forget to retighten.Where would be the proper/ideal places to put the straps on the hyper to secure it in the back of a truck ? Also, how many straps do you think would be best to use ? I hear some say to compress the forks and others say too much compress could/can mess the forks up, true ?
Funny that you mention it. My driveway is actually the lowest spot on the block and has been know to flood. If The Niño is coming again this year, I may just have my solution.What you need is a good flood!
Haven't tried in my truck yet (just got it) but I've moved bikes a couple times in a friend's cargo van without a chock. I used tie downs anchored to each of 4 points on the van's floor and the things never budged. Chocks make things easier, especially if you're doing it alone, but aren't necessary.So, would a bike be safe in the back of a truck, not chock, just tied down ?
Just curious if the tires could slide out from under ?