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Old August 13th, 2009, 09:01 PM   #38
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Originally Posted by Yota Bill View Post
loaders dont have a suspension, just a pivot point in the center of the rear axle...trying to fully compress the suspension on anything automotive is difficult at best, if not nearly impossable...much safer to go to the axle, as everyone else in this thread has already stated....for your loaders, continue using the tie down points that are part of the frame, thats what they are for
Tires have air & they are the susp. also. Compress it so the load will not wiggle around. Crawlers have lots of travel.

Straps always work loose, Weld some d rings on your axle's That will give you a nice point to latch onto.

Use chains & binders they never come loose I do not stop for gas to check the load every 20 miles. I never check it always good. Compress opposing corners & use the same corner never cris cross
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