So how do you tie down your General in the trailer?
As I have traks the way I am going to try is 2" heavy duty straps the length of track to ez track, just not too tight to compress tracks too much. Then attach a safety to the eyelets in floor, not tight just as a safety.So you're using the system I've been using for ages...compressing the suspension to keep the machine in place.
That's why I'm moving to bonnets that go over the tire, tie down front and rear of each tire...then the General shouldn't move....
Yes for sure. Got to test it out, I have been driving 50-100km and checking straps, they seem to be holding on the tracks to e track. Do not want to see damage. Took it out to lake ice fishing and dam this thing moves with the tracks on the lake. Soo happy! The upper doors fit nice now and it is nice and warm in there. Going to set up Gmaps on phone to see exactly how fast i am going as tracks show alot faster than i am really going.Well...one of the two set ups needs to be tight. Otherwise, believe me, your machine will move around...and eventually (by experience) get looser and start banging into the walls and do damage
to the machine and trailer. Mine was the garage in the Toyhauler...that was expensive.
I added a D-ring in the center of the garage to hook the winch to and pull the suspension down half an inch or so.