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I think so.

The Quickloader. The Ultimate Ratchet Tie Down?

Published by Cyril Huze July 5th, 2014 in Accessories and Editorial.
Most motorcycle accidents happen inside a trailer. And the cost of a bike falling or rubbing against a 2-wheel traveling partner is always very stiff. The Quickloader is safer than your average alternative tie down, offers automatic retractibility and a unique release handle. A video demo.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MsDiqSzVd6E

Looked them up at Western Power Sports (WPS) and found them under the dirt bike accessories/tie down straps. You can see the page at: http://www.wpsstatic.com/Catalogs/DT...T2014-0293.jpg .
You can find the dealer locator at: http://www.wps-inc.com/dealer-locator/start .
This is definitely on my list of things to buy even though I donít trailer stuff a lot Iíd like to get rid of the strap mess in my SUV. They would have come in handy during my last two moves.
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Never by cheap tie downs they will stretch on you and in middle of trip bike will be on its side


If you have a lowered bike always remember to put a 2x4 under ramp so you don't bottom out

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