Hey guys, Been lurking for a while and am finally posting. I've searched without much luck and done a lot of google image searching, but not much better. Headed from Seattle/Tacoma to Alaska and back this summer and have to ship the bike up there to start the adventure due to time and buddy constraints. I have a crate--actually, it looks like portions of 2 or more crates--from a local BMW dealer that I scored for the price of showing up to haul it away. Can anyone tell me what's what and what goes where? A little effort on my part sure beats the $245-375 crating quotes I've gotten! I can see where the rear tire goes and the block that I assume is for the front axle if you take the wheel off. I don't intend to do that if I can help it. I'd rather chock it so I can ride off quickly. If I simply add an extra 2x4 across each of the bottom supports, it should be of easy height for fork-lifting, right? Would I need anything after that? Just the sides and the top? Is this a bottom so that the skid is more fork-liftable? Why would I need it if I do what I said with the skid above? What's the board with the giant bolt?? One of the 2 cardboard sides is behind it. OK, what's this for, as opposed to the skid above? Or is an extra from a different crate? Why would I need these? Other photos are here, but the ones above are the best.