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Feb 7th 2018, 09:05 AM   #16
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  Sep 2017
  milwaukie oregon

  gsxr600 gsxr750 gsxr1000 i like gsxrs
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Originally Posted by route246wraith
Allow me to ask a stupid question (I've never used chocks in the garage). Do chocks have sizes? I am assuming a 120 tread will be OK in these?
Most are adjustable for wheel size from cruiser to sportbike, my old zuma even worked on mine and i think it was a 12 wheel.
Feb 8th 2018, 02:37 PM   #17
 
  Jan 2016
  Woodinville

A 120 would be fine
Feb 14th 2018, 01:14 PM   #18
DGA
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  Jan 2016
  PDX

  An Ape and a Husky
The issue (for me) of the two Cycle Gear wheel chock I've had are that the back stop the front of the tire rests on and the swivel part that the wheel sits in are not lined up properly. It cocks your wheel if you want it to rest all the way in the front cradle and it makes it fucking hard to pull the bike out. It's to the point where it might even twist and bind your forks as it did on mine. I've taken one back and the next one was exactly the same. I've enlarged the bolt holes to the back stop mount and slid it over a little. This is still not enough for it to line up properly. You'll have to unbolt the backstop, square it up, and weld it on to make it proper. Aside from that it's solid. If you pick one up for $40 and have a way to fix it's flaw, it's a good wheel chock on the cheap.
Feb 14th 2018, 02:03 PM   #19
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  Sep 2017
  milwaukie oregon

  gsxr600 gsxr750 gsxr1000 i like gsxrs
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Originally Posted by DGA
The issue (for me) of the two Cycle Gear wheel chock I've had are that the back stop the front of the tire rests on and the swivel part that the wheel sits in are not lined up properly. It cocks your wheel if you want it to rest all the way in the front cradle and it makes it fucking hard to pull the bike out. It's to the point where it might even twist and bind your forks as it did on mine. I've taken one back and the next one was exactly the same. I've enlarged the bolt holes to the back stop mount and slid it over a little. This is still not enough for it to line up properly. You'll have to unbolt the backstop, square it up, and weld it on to make it proper. Aside from that it's solid. If you pick one up for $40 and have a way to fix it's flaw, it's a good wheel chock on the cheap.
Checked Mine and it seems strait but i agree it is pretty difficult to get the bike out when it isnt bolted down even more So when it goes In on hot sticky tires
Feb 14th 2018, 03:43 PM   #20
 
  Mar 2016
  Seattle East Side

Baxley is #1.

No question.
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Feb 24th 2018, 08:14 PM   #21
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  May 2016
  portland

  Multi 1000
wheel chock



I used these mounted to a steel plate to carry around dual sports in my f150. I made clamps to hold the plate to the tie down chocks in the bed. You can get them from motosport.com

The chocks work great because they actually hold the bike in vertically so all I did was put a strap on the tail to make myself feel better.

Not dual sporting any more. You can have the plate and the 2 chocks for 100.

might be able to find pics of the setup if you're interested.
Feb 26th 2018, 10:04 PM   #22
MAR
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  Feb 2016
  Portland

Baxley
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