Join Date: Sep 2016
Location: Eagle County, CO
Thats a tough putt. My memory of those trucks is that anchor points are not abundant on the floor level, which is ideal for a bike tie-down. If a front wheel chock is not available I think I would pull it straight into the front of the cargo area and use the front wall as a static brace for the bike, using straps to pull it forward into the wall. Wouldnt use the rear stand but thats up to you.
Heavy braking, like you said, is the issue, and I wouldnt be comfortable with only lateral straps keeping the bike from lurching forward and maybe jumping off the rear stand.
Less worried about things falling on it from behind just use more straps to secure that stuff, or place a mattress right behind the bike. Good Luck!
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