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Risk Racing Lock-N Load Junior JR Dirt Bike Trailer/Truck Mount 85CC

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Estimated to arrive by Wed, Mar 27th

The item could arrive as early as Mon, Mar 25th or as late as Fri, Mar 29th

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Risk Racing Junior
Part Type
Trailer Mount
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About this item

  • Securely holds motocross bike into trailer without the use of tiedown straps, floor anchors or wheel chocks
  • Frees up valuable space allowing the ability to transport more motorcycles or gear
  • Takes an enormous amount of pressure off of fork seals during transit
  • Can be quickly removed from the trailer floor by unscrewing the
  • 4 thumb screws leaving only the low profile mounting plates
  • Each plate has a D ring for additional anchor points on your trailer floor
  • Simply roll or ride bike into trailer until the footpegs hit the open jaws of the Lock-N-Load. Then step on the upper jaws and they will automatically lock into place
  • To release bike, simply rotate the knobs into the release position and step on the top jaws
  • For additional safety, insert the attached locking pins prior to transport
  • You can replace the locking pins with padlocks for added security and a theft deterrent
  • Designed for use with 85cc class modern motocross specific bikes, or bikes with similar geometry regarding footpeg width and height (12.5" to 14.75" to  the top of the pegs and 18-20" wide to outside of pegs)

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