LA Chock, winch connected to aluminum bar, Bar secured to front tie downs, and jumper unit connected to the winch.
I drilled a clearance hole in each end of the bar for these bolts. Place the bar between the tie downs, and insert pin(bolt) into each end passing through the tie down ring. Then connect winch to bar with wing nuts.
LA Chock, Bar with pins through each front tie down, winch connected to bar, and the battery pack.
Soft tie around frame and extending out in front of the wheel, where we then connect up to the winch cable.
I balance the bike, while the DW works the winch controls. Note: I place a 2 inch round hard wood dowel at the ramp hinge so the cable does not cut into the ramp while coming up the ramp.
I back the bike out of the chock and wait for the wife to set up the winch and connect it to the bike. Then she works the winch to lower me down the ramp.
LA Chock sits on the floor(not attached to floor), so I use a ratchet strap around front of chock to tie downs. This keeps the bike & chock from sliding forward into the wall while loading or in case of a sudden stop on the highway. I have never had the chock slide back or sideways once the bike was chocked up in it.
After going through the floor on my last toyhauler, I now use a piece of plywood under the rear wheel to spread the weight.
Bike loaded and about to add the soft ties to forks along with ratchet straps to the tie downs. Also found that rear end will slide somewhat if the rear of the bike is not secured to the rear tie downs.