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Old 11-24-2015, 08:50 PM   #15
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Way of life.. how are your chocks attached to your beam.
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Old 11-25-2015, 11:34 AM   #16
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I use 2 1/2" bolts to secure the chocks to the cross member. The holes were already in the chock frame from where the legs that would be attached so you can use the chock in the driveway or in your house garage for storage or doing service. I did have to drill them out a bit as they were meant for a 10mm bolt.
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Old 11-26-2015, 03:33 PM   #17
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I used Harbor Freight free standing chocks and attached them with quick disconnect E Track.
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Old 11-27-2015, 01:10 AM   #18
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I have a couple of the Baxley Chocks. I drilled a couple of holes in one to boult it down to the truck deck. When in the toyhauler I just strap the bikes down front and back. These are a great product and have never had any issues.




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Old 01-08-2016, 06:17 PM   #19
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Check out Beast Racks, I bought one because it requires no mods to the floor and is easy in/out when you want to. Fabulous customer service too.

http://http://beastracks.shopgate.com/
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Old 01-09-2016, 07:17 AM   #20
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Condor SC-2000 Trailer-Only Wheel Chock is what I have for my HD
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I didn't want to drill holes or have obstacles to avoid on the floor so I did this and I'm very happy with it. By the way the owner, Richard, is super helpful.

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Old 03-17-2016, 02:45 AM   #22
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I use the Harbor Freight chocks all the way against the front wall in my Fuzion. In my last trailer I placed the chocks on rubber fatigue mats to keep them from moving around and relied on the straps to hold the bikes in place.
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Has anyone used the (Biker Bar)? It's made for bikes that have some frame area below the engine like Harleys.


I've never used mine just doesn't look to be strong enough.
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Old 05-02-2016, 02:03 PM   #24
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Wink Pingel Chocks. . .

Go with pingel's as they are low profile and remove and store easily. I have two in my TH garage.
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We are going to be buying a Toy Hauler for our Harley. We have the condor chock in our utility trailer and really like it. I see folks talking about drilling through the floor to mount the chock. The condor has a quick release bracket available that is bolted to the floor. My current 5th wheel has coroplast on the entire underside of the RV. If it were a toy hauler getting access to install the quick release bracket would mean having to drop the coroplast which is not a simple task. Is the garage area of toy haulers not enclosed?

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I use the Harbor Freight chocks all the way against the front wall in my Fuzion. In my last trailer I placed the chocks on rubber fatigue mats to keep them from moving around and relied on the straps to hold the bikes in place.
Same here. If you are fortunate to be able to set them fully forward against the wall, you don't have to mount them.
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Thanks. The condor requires the front of the bike to be strapped down with the straps pulling the bike into the chocks. I would think if the chock is against a wall it would not be possible to strap the bike with the straps pulling forward.

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Same here. If you are fortunate to be able to set them fully forward against the wall, you don't have to mount them.
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We are going to be buying a Toy Hauler for our Harley. We have the condor chock in our utility trailer and really like it. I see folks talking about drilling through the floor to mount the chock. The condor has a quick release bracket available that is bolted to the floor. My current 5th wheel has coroplast on the entire underside of the RV. If it were a toy hauler getting access to install the quick release bracket would mean having to drop the coroplast which is not a simple task. Is the garage area of toy haulers not enclosed?

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I also have a Condor in my garage securing my Harley. What's under your Condor is going to depend on your trailer. Mine is up against the wall and in the middle of the trailer. I lucked out that there is nothing but air under the flooring. I pulled down a little of the coroplast and got access and the install was easy.
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