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Old 12-17-2008, 05:37 PM   #1
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Wheel chocks

I am looking for a good removable wheel chock that I can install in my truck bed. Anyone have any ideas, or if it needs to be specific for a truck bed to mount up correctly?

I see that Pingel has one, but looking for all of my options.


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Old 12-17-2008, 05:43 PM   #2
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you can leave the bolts and slide the chock out when you need to remove it. look at the pic, you'll see what i mean.

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Will it line up with corrugated bed though or do I need to get a small piece of flat bar for it to line up right?

I'd like to get something set up for this and with the holes drilled before getting the spray-in liner.
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Thanks seratt, you saved me a bunch of dollars because I was going to get the Condor Pitstop that I saw at IMS at Reliant. But think I could use your suggestion at lot cheaper price.
Now I only have to find a reasonable price ramp and I'm set.
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Old 12-17-2008, 08:33 PM   #9
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I am looking for a good removable wheel chock that I can install in my truck bed. Anyone have any ideas, or if it needs to be specific for a truck bed to mount up correctly?

I see that Pingel has one, but looking for all of my options.


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I used the Baxley chock on my trailer. No need to install or drill holes. Just put it down, roll the bike in and done. Tie the bike down and it won't move anywhere. You can even sit on the bike when it's in the chock.
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Old 12-17-2008, 09:23 PM   #10
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been using that one in the trailer for the last year, pretty decent for the price. its a little big and heavy but who cares. works great as a wheel chock in the garage also. it doubles as my satellite dish stand at the track

moose also makes a good removable wheel chock.
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I used the Baxley chock on my trailer. No need to install or drill holes. Just put it down, roll the bike in and done. Tie the bike down and it won't move anywhere. You can even sit on the bike when it's in the chock.

+ a billion, expensive, but worth every penny.
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I used the Baxley chock on my trailer. No need to install or drill holes. Just put it down, roll the bike in and done. Tie the bike down and it won't move anywhere. You can even sit on the bike when it's in the chock.

Me. My racebike chills on in in the garage which immediately gets tossed on the trailer when its time to go to the track.
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been using that one in the trailer for the last year, pretty decent for the price. its a little big and heavy but who cares. works great as a wheel chock in the garage also. it doubles as my satellite dish stand at the track

moose also makes a good removable wheel chock.
The construction of that one looks similar to the Condor.
Anyone else have any reviews on it????

I'm looking into getting it, its going to sit in the back of my truck, only prob is I'll have to drop the tailgate but no biggie. I'm starting to think I really need a chock, I'm done with compressing the out of my forks in order to load my bike securely. . .
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bike pro.....ez remove and the flat mount plate stays in truck.....oh yea ist for sale half price

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