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 Pit Bull Trailer Restraint system 
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Post Pit Bull Trailer Restraint system
Anybody here use this?

My friends and I have split an 7x10 open trailer, and I was wondering if there is any need to have a front wheel lock chock at all or if the Pit Bull system is good enough on its own.


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Tue Jul 07, 2015 11:02 pm
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Post Re: Pit Bull Trailer Restraint system
Yes, I have two in my enclosed trailer. Love them. No need for a wheel chock. The front wheel may turn on its own but that doesn't hurt anything. The bike is locked into place and can't go anywhere.

Hard to go wrong with anything Pit Bull makes.

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Post Re: Pit Bull Trailer Restraint system
Mentch171 wrote:
Hard to go wrong with anything Pit Bull makes.


Truth... and Mentch is right, nothing but the TRS is needed.

I went with Baxley Sport chocks for my trailer, just to throw out another option.

The main reason I went with the Baxley was that It gives you the flexibility to carry any bike, no need for specialized pins. And, if you have a swingarm slider that goes into the axle nut hole, you don't have to remove it every time. Load time is the same. Roll it in, 2 straps down and forward a little (not super tight, either), and you're good to go. I attach mine to the rearsets.

Plus, I don't think PitBull makes pins for a CRF50 ;)

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Post Re: Pit Bull Trailer Restraint system
Eskimo wrote:
Plus, I don't think PitBull makes pins for a CRF50 ;)


Good point there. Nothing for a Big Ruckus either. I've been intending to make something for it my own self.

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