risk Racing lock n load anyone use it?

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3/21/2017 5:23 AM

Anyone using it ? Seems to be a lot of mixed review online reviews.. Thinking about sticking one in my van.


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3/21/2017 5:40 AM

Tie downs bro

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3/21/2017 5:45 AM

not yet but have been thinking about using them in my new van. only thing holding me back right now is the 2 sizes needed for big bikes and minis. right now no big deal my son is on bug bikes but I have 2 little ones about to start on 50's.

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3/21/2017 6:20 AM

Yes, I have 3 in my trailer and I love them. Can't remember exactly when I purchased them but they are at least 5 years old. I drive from Ontario Canada down to Florida/Alabama regularly and lock em in and forget about them. Excellent service too, One of the plastic spin knobs broke and they replaced it free of charge. Highly recommend them. The only tricky part is loading a 250 2 smoke as the pipe is quite wide at the front and you may need to fanangle it in place a little. 4 strokes are super easy as no fat pipe to contend with at the front of the bike. Highly recommend the product and the service.

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3/21/2017 6:51 AM

Canadad wrote:

Yes, I have 3 in my trailer and I love them. Can't remember exactly when I purchased them but they are at least 5 years old. I ...more

While I don't have any experience with the lock n load, I can second the comments by Canadad about their customer service. I ordered a gas jug from them and one of the vents was stripped out. They never balked once about making it right. That day they sent out a replacement and a spare and kept me in the loop with tracking numbers. I know that doesn't help with this specific product but the company as a whole is one I wouldn't hesitate to do business with again.

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3/21/2017 6:54 AM

Canadad wrote:

Yes, I have 3 in my trailer and I love them. Can't remember exactly when I purchased them but they are at least 5 years old. I ...more

MXD wrote:

While I don't have any experience with the lock n load, I can second the comments by Canadad about their customer service. I ...more

It's kinda funny you say that.. I have been trying to get a hold someone there for 2 weeks and nothing.
I wanted some measurements to make sure it would be able to be mounted where I wanted it.

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3/21/2017 6:57 AM

I have one and like it. If you don't have much room to work with it can be sort of aggravating sometimes but for the most it works really well.One of the knobs broke with me not long after I got it and they sent me some extras no charge. That was about a year ago.

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3/21/2017 6:59 AM

Canadad wrote:

Yes, I have 3 in my trailer and I love them. Can't remember exactly when I purchased them but they are at least 5 years old. I ...more

MXD wrote:

While I don't have any experience with the lock n load, I can second the comments by Canadad about their customer service. I ...more

49weasel wrote:

It's kinda funny you say that.. I have been trying to get a hold someone there for 2 weeks and nothing.
I wanted some ...more

I called into the main number and got a young lady on the phone. She took my info and within a few minutes I received an email that I was copied on that she sent to the person in parts telling them what I needed and with all of my info. If you want her contact info, I can look it up and PM it to you. She was very helpful.

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3/21/2017 7:00 AM

I've been using them for a few years and they work pretty good. Just make sure the pins are in securely as the don't always stay clipped down.

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3/21/2017 7:15 AM

MXD wrote:

While I don't have any experience with the lock n load, I can second the comments by Canadad about their customer service. I ...more

49weasel wrote:

It's kinda funny you say that.. I have been trying to get a hold someone there for 2 weeks and nothing.
I wanted some ...more

MXD wrote:

I called into the main number and got a young lady on the phone. She took my info and within a few minutes I received an email ...more

Could you email it to me ? For whatever reason I don't get PMs.
Cbeverly@haydist.com

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3/21/2017 7:19 AM

49weasel wrote:

It's kinda funny you say that.. I have been trying to get a hold someone there for 2 weeks and nothing.
I wanted some ...more

MXD wrote:

I called into the main number and got a young lady on the phone. She took my info and within a few minutes I received an email ...more

49weasel wrote:

Could you email it to me ? For whatever reason I don't get PMs.
Cbeverly@haydist.com

You've got mail

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3/21/2017 7:31 AM

My buddy has them, and seems to like them. He posts here, so hopefully he chimes in.

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Washed up moto and enduro weekend warrior.

3/21/2017 7:32 AM

I've used mine for a year with no problems. I have a tall van so I can stand and I just roll the bike I, sit on it, step on both clamps and I'm done.

I like it because I can move around in the van without the straps in my way, that was the main reason for getting it.

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3/21/2017 7:34 AM

... patiently waiting for mxmounts guy to come in with his lack of shame

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3/21/2017 8:21 AM

Been using for about a year now, they're the best investment we've made. Super quick and never had any problems with them. A lot easier and quicker then tie downs, and theyre not rough on your susoension. It takes 10 seconds to load the bikes. I say go for it

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Money can't buy happiness, but it can buy a dirtbike and that's pretty much the same thing.

3/21/2017 8:27 AM

My buddy wants to get some for his trailer. They look real nice and I'm glad to see they get good reviews here. If I ever get a van this will be something to consider.

Any noticeable wear to the pegs? Mainly looking for people's experience with Ti pegs like Lightspeed or Raptor. Thanks.

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3/21/2017 8:28 AM

CarlinoJoeVideo wrote:

I've used mine for a year with no problems. I have a tall van so I can stand and I just roll the bike I, sit on it, step on ...more

Yea that's my thought. I purchased a medium roof Transit and I'm having a hard time configuring everything. Right now it's only carrying one bike but that will change soon when my son is old enough. Of course I want to be capable of hauling 2 more full size bikes if needed.

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3/21/2017 8:52 AM

hvaughn88 wrote:

... patiently waiting for mxmounts guy to come in with his lack of shame

No kidding right?!!!! I can make his system at my shop in about 20 minutes for less than $20

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3/21/2017 8:55 AM

Are they easy to remove from the trailer? I love the concept but I can't have these things in the floor where my beds fold down or in the high traffic areas.

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3/21/2017 8:59 AM

Dtat720 wrote:

No kidding right?!!!! I can make his system at my shop in about 20 minutes for less than $20

Trust me, you can't.

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Money can't buy happiness, but it can buy a dirtbike and that's pretty much the same thing.

3/21/2017 9:01 AM

MXD wrote:

Are they easy to remove from the trailer? I love the concept but I can't have these things in the floor where my beds fold ...more

Yes, they are super easily removed. There is two little flat plates that stay mounted in your trailer that the stand screws into with 4 easily removeable screws that you take out with your hands. take me out and put them back in within a matter of 30 seconds

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Money can't buy happiness, but it can buy a dirtbike and that's pretty much the same thing.

3/21/2017 9:06 AM

hvaughn88 wrote:

... patiently waiting for mxmounts guy to come in with his lack of shame

Dtat720 wrote:

No kidding right?!!!! I can make his system at my shop in about 20 minutes for less than $20

NoahSuthy99 wrote:

Trust me, you can't.

he's not talking about the risk racing one.

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3/21/2017 9:52 AM

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3/21/2017 10:22 AM

hvaughn88 wrote:

... patiently waiting for mxmounts guy to come in with his lack of shame

Dtat720 wrote:

No kidding right?!!!! I can make his system at my shop in about 20 minutes for less than $20

NoahSuthy99 wrote:

Trust me, you can't.

You havent seen my shop.....

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3/21/2017 10:31 AM

Got a pair & had no problems at all. Can't stand having bikes stacked against one another so that's why we got this system.

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3/21/2017 11:20 AM

TheOriginalPancakee wrote:

Tie downs bro

I have 3 of them, you can put the bikes side panel to side panel with the bars staggered. Best thing I've used to load bikes. Never move, never come unclamped, the only thing that needs improvement is the Knobs that attach the Units to the plates. Plastic Knob can break if you crank them down. A bit expensive but worth their weight in gold in my opinion. Screw tie downs!

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3/21/2017 11:25 AM

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Clean and neat, and if you use pad locks pretty secure.
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3/21/2017 11:47 AM

I was kicking the idea around for a long time and i finaly bought one and i love it. Just make sure your floor is accesible from underneeth. The mount plates need to be through bolted. I had to buy longer bolts to get through the floor in my toy hauler but other then that there awesome.

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3/21/2017 12:48 PM

Dannyderasmo106 wrote:

I was kicking the idea around for a long time and i finaly bought one and i love it. Just make sure your floor is accesible ...more

Been thinking about these and was wondering how'd they work in my toyhauler. Want to be able to remove them when not in use, and based on NoahSuthy99's feedback, easy enough. But then what about the holes in your floor? Throw a rug over them? Create some type of silicon plug?

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3/21/2017 1:12 PM

Dannyderasmo106 wrote:

I was kicking the idea around for a long time and i finaly bought one and i love it. Just make sure your floor is accesible ...more

pbody wrote:

Been thinking about these and was wondering how'd they work in my toyhauler. Want to be able to remove them when not in use, ...more

there are flat plates that stay in your trailer. all you have to do is then put the stand onto it with the screws. like i said, takes 5 seconds, you do it with your fingers. with the stand not in there, you won't even notice the plates are even there.

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Money can't buy happiness, but it can buy a dirtbike and that's pretty much the same thing.