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Wheel Chock for aluminum trailer

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Hey All, 

Looking for suggestions for a removable wheel chock system for an aluminum trailer.  I need it to be removable easily so the trailer can still carry the Sportsman 700.  

 

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Any suggestions?  Want to carry a F800GSA and F650.  

 

Thanks

 

Jason

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Don't own one, but..

http://www.ebay.com/itm/BIKE-PRO-Motorcycle-Wheel-Chock-Black-Removable-Chocks-/231201568165

 

The quick release feature allows you to remove the chock from the mounting plate enabling you to utilize your floor for other purposes.

 

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They have killer ebay feedback, so if you buy, at least they can be trusted.

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Looks good and the price is right.  

I am hoping to get both my bikes on this trailer and pull it with my VW Jetta TDI out of the desert heat this summer.  I can always use the truck, but 12.5 mph hurts.  

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Take a look at Truck Boss products.  My bike rode back from Mexico on a really sweat set-up that the guy uses for motorcycles and snow mobiles.

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Yep... Nothing like rickety crap holding your baby at 70 mph! Go for the good stuff here. 👍

 

I couldn't find it, but there used to be a wheel chock that didn't need to be bolted down. The chock sat on a glued on rubber pad that has full width "teeth" that are canted toward the front of the chock. When you tie the bike down from the handlebars, the straps are oriented slightly forward. The downward force and the teeth don't allow the chock to slide. We used them for our dirtbikes inside an enclosed trailer and they worked great.

 

Crap, I just remember the name! EZ Chock

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