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Old 11-27-2017, 10:21 AM   #1
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Toy Haulers: How do you secure your SxS?

We're shopping for a SxS and I'm wondering about securing it in our garage. We love so many things about our Elevation, but it's obvious that crossroads didn't have much experience building toy haulers. They failed on such a basic item: placements of D-ring tie downs. We have nine anchor points, but none of them are in the corners.

So I'm curious to know how other Elevation owners tie down their side-by-sides. How do you do it?
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Old 11-28-2017, 06:09 PM   #2
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Look into e-trailers e track system and get the single tie down point type system and place them where they work for you. They even have a ratchet system specific for their systems.
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Old 11-28-2017, 06:37 PM   #3
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Look into e-trailers e track system and get the single tie down point type system and place them where they work for you. They even have a ratchet system specific for their systems.
I've been thinking about E-Track, but we get a lot of sand back there, and the E-Track is a booger to keep clean.

Do you have an SxS? How do you tie yours down?
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I've been thinking about E-Track, but we get a lot of sand back there, and the E-Track is a booger to keep clean.
Would an air hose/compressor, or a vacuum work for you?
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We don't have a SxS but we do have multiple sport atv's and dirt bikes. We also have the front deck on ours that I have been dealing with the stock factory placement rings but will be doing some e-track placement. I currently am working on an e-track point for dirt bikes in my truck, mounting them below my foot pegs and fastening up to them, eliminating any straps.
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This is what I have going on. Sorry to get a little off topic here

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