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Bike Pro Wheel Chock
Fitment Note: For use with tires up to 5-1/2" (140mm) wide.• Work in garage, Truck or Trailer• Easy one person loading and unloading• As you ride in the pivoting “cradle” swings around the back of the front tire• Holds the front tire and wheel using the weight of the bike• No need to compress the forks• Easy to mount• Comes with a quick-reliese plate to clear your truck or trailer floor when not in use
|Finish:||Chrome||Manufacturer Part Number:||20106|
|Removeable or Permanent:||Removable||Sold in Units:||Kit|
|Width:||Up to 5-1/2″ tire|
Fitment Note: For use with tires up to 5-1/2" (140mm) wide.Note: This item is a universal/custom fit component, and does not have any direct standard/OEM model application. Some items may require modification and an advanced level of mechanical skill and/or knowledge for installation.
spooko Posted :
This is the second purchase, items work well. Easy to install and use. Would recommend!
mwzehr Posted :
Light weight, wish I would have purchased a better one.
GTMODIVER Posted :
product looks great and costumer service was over the top
jadlh Posted :
The wheel chock is made well, and will work well for my needs. The instructions were not very good for this product.
000034540 Posted :
These wheel chocks (I bought 2) are an excellent product that works as expected ... I have no hesitation in recommending it to others.
canuck0100 Posted :
Great Chock - very easy to use.
aleryck Posted :
Easy install and worked great. Bike never moved at all.
scarsmom Posted :
We already have one with the floor stand and LOVE IT! We are getting a second one for my wife's bike. Excellent quality and product.
jeffreyscox Posted :
I really like this item it helps out on loading the and trailering the bike. The only problem I have is the front tire tie down strap comes loose from the tire during trailering ride.
MAX2856 Posted :
This bike chock works great. I can load and stabalize my Harley Road King by myself. The chock locks the front tire in place and holds the bike stable so I can secure it with regular tie downs.
nelsonbowers Posted :
Used with the integrated tie-down system, it's the best you can buy.
dmansfield Posted :
I mounted the "Bike Pro" self-locking wheel chocks and quick release plate on my aluminum trailer in about an hour. The process was simple and required only basic drilss and wrenches. When it came to using the chock to secure my bike for transport I was pleased to find that it worked exactly as described. Roll the bike into the chock...the pivot plate snapped into place holding the bike securely upright while a attached tie downs and secured the bike for transport. Rolling the bike out required a little "muscle" for the pivot to release the front wheel but was not difficult. The design assures that there is no chance of damage to tire, wheel, brakes or trim. I am easily able to transport my CB750 or my HD-Road King and am very satisfied. Thanks
inspectmac Posted :
The Bike Pro wheel chocks are a life saver. It makes trailering hastle free.
ddbarlow Posted :
I am very pleased with the wheel chock. It works great (as advertised) and it was simple to install. I'll be ordering more mounting plates for my truck and other trailer. Thanks J&P.
presence926 Posted :
The Bike Pro wheel chocks are very well designed and sturdily constructed. Being able to remove them from my trailer and , by using the large floor plate, use them in the garage make these very versatile. I have used them with a number of different bikes from Harleys to choppers and sport bikes. They work equally well with all bikes. If you have narrow tires you will definitely need the spacers, but you would with any other on the market. Two thumbs up!
littlejc Posted :
First, this is an excellent product. It does exactly what I wanted it to do. I can now load my 800 pound Harley by myself. However, it arrived without ANY attachment hardware. J&P Cycles tried to find some and get it out to me (good for them), but it had to come from the "factory". After more than a week, I got the package from the factory, but it was not the correct hardware, so I went to the hardware store, and bought what I needed. I would still recommend this product: just check the hardware.
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Important Product NotesNote: Bike must be tied down to transport
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