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Old 05-07-2013, 12:14 AM   #1
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Mounting Wheel Chocks?

Any suggestions on mounting motorcycle wheel chocks that are removable? Also suggestions on brands/types? Thanks!
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Old 05-07-2013, 09:26 PM   #2
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Bike Pro makes a quality quick release motorcycle wheel chalk. It has a black base plate bolted to the floor and the wheel chalk is secured to it with two removable bolts that sit in a slide groove. Also have an optional bracket allowing you to strap front wheel down to wheel chalk avoiding stress on the front forks.
I bought mine while in Sturgis in 2005 and have had no problems.
I have seen chinese knock-offs that had weld problems.
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Bike Pro Wheel Chock | 930-105 | J&P Cycles
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Old 05-09-2013, 09:20 PM   #3
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B&W Biker Bar http://www.turnoverball.com/products/motorcycle


I put one in my Puma Unleashed 27sbu, I made the extended hardware from 5/8 all thread to make it removable, I used 3" c-channel underneath
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Old 05-10-2013, 12:21 AM   #4
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B&W Biker Bar Motorcycle Trailering | B & W Trailer Hitches


I put one in my Puma Unleashed 27sbu, I made the extended hardware from 5/8 all thread to make it removable, I used 3" c-channel underneath
That's a great idea but I will be hauling Sport bikes and it doesn't appear to work with the sport bike fairings....
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Old 05-10-2013, 04:43 AM   #5
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Here's one that may work for you http://www.pit-bull.com/trailer-restraint.shtml
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Old 05-10-2013, 10:51 AM   #6
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Wow that's a pretty big sticker price, great idea though. If it was only for one bike it would be fine but I would need 3-4 of them and sometimes they are different makes.
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Had one in my other trailer, but in this new one I didn't want to f--k up the floor. I haul a BIG Yam Royal Star Venture, 800 lbs with big faring and bags. I just use seven points of tie down. Two on the forks near the Triple-T, side to side. Two on the mid frame, side to side. Two back to front down low (rear floor rings to foot peg frames) to keep the bike from moving forward in lieu of a chock, and one front to back down low (front floor ring looped thru front wheel) to keep it from moving backward. Solid as a brick s--t house when they are all tight. Bike ain't goin nowhere unless I turn my rig into a big smokin' hole in ground, in which case it won't matter to me.
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Old 06-24-2013, 08:44 PM   #8
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I put a rubber floor mat on the floor. place a $65 Harbor Freight T-shaped chock on the mat. Put bike in chock, and tie it down. When I remove the bike, I pick up the chock and put it outside. The chock doesn't move at all even though it's not attached to anything.

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Try these...
Products: MCBA-D1 Dirt Cinch | motocinch.com
http://www.amazon.com/Risk-Racing-Lo...sim_sbs_auto_1
http://www.ccrsport.com/
http://www.usrack.com/cradle_motorcycle_carrier.php
http://www.macscustomtiedowns.com/category/Motorcycle
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