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Old 06-22-2016, 04:13 PM   #1
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the main compartment under my WH is pretty full when travelling. There is no room there for 2 golf bags, do you have any good idea for storing them securely in the trailer while travelling ? Do not suggest bed of the truck that wont work :-) Thanks !
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Not sure what your TT layout is, but surely there's some room in there. On a bed, floor, etc.

I always put mine on our sofa since the truck bed is full of wood and bikes.
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Not sure what your TT layout is, but surely there's some room in there. On a bed, floor, etc.

I always put mine on our sofa since the truck bed is full of wood and bikes.
Ill find a place for sure however I wonder if they will move a lot let say if left on the bed or if I should secure them with tie down straps or something else ?

You just dont put the bag on the couch isn't it ?
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Well, I've never seen you drive, but they shouldn't move in there

I don't strap them down as they won't move. If you're concerned, then put them somewhere where they won't slide forward, as that's the most likely direction anything will move (if you brake hard).

Maybe make sure the pockets are zipped up too, so you won't have golf balls bouncing around. Lol
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Well, I've never seen you drive, but they shouldn't move in there

I don't strap them down as they won't move. If you're concerned, then put them somewhere where they won't slide forward, as that's the most likely direction anything will move (if you brake hard).

Maybe make sure the pockets are zipped up too, so you won't have golf balls bouncing around. Lol
LOL Ok Ill try that thanks for sharing your method LOL
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I have a queen island bed.. the golf clubs go on one side of it.. between bed and roadside wall
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