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    Default Rear tie down points

    I have a 2017 Goldwing with a Roadsmith kit. Iíve read that some trike kits have tie down points near the rear shocks for trailering the bike. Does Roadsmith have any hooks for tying down the rear of the trike? It would be great if you could include pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brianl View Post
    I have a 2017 Goldwing with a Roadsmith kit. Iíve read that some trike kits have tie down points near the rear shocks for trailering the bike. Does Roadsmith have any hooks for tying down the rear of the trike? It would be great if you could include pictures.
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    My Harley Triglide had them but my Goldwing CSC does not, I put my straps through the rear rims and cross them. But be careful if you put the strap at the wrong angle it can loosen up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brianl View Post
    I have a 2017 Goldwing with a Roadsmith kit. Iíve read that some trike kits have tie down points near the rear shocks for trailering the bike. Does Roadsmith have any hooks for tying down the rear of the trike? It would be great if you could include pictures.
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    I made a piece that goes in the trailer hitch to tie down with. Make it easy because you don't have to get under the trike to get to the tie down points. And yes there are tie down points under the back in front of the rear axle.

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    I have a 2010 Goldwing (Roadsmith) trike..........NO TIE downs that I have seen

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    The trailer hitch safety chain hook loop attachment points are actually a part of the frame on the Roadsmith Trikes is the best rear tie down points.

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    I trailered my home when it was built. I pulled side covers off and ran soft tie around frame like sugjested on a 2 wheel Goldwing and tie it down there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Papa Zook View Post
    The trailer hitch safety chain hook loop attachment points are actually a part of the frame on the Roadsmith Trikes is the best rear tie down points.
    Thanks Randy. I emailed Roadsmith to ask them about the trailer hitch and they never got back to me. Coming from you, now I know itís safe to do that. Much faster and easier than using the rear tires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wingrider55 View Post
    I made a piece that goes in the trailer hitch to tie down with. Make it easy because you don't have to get under the trike to get to the tie down points. And yes there are tie down points under the back in front of the rear axle.
    Thats were I have mine and it works GREAT

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