TrailerStar Motorcycle Wheel Chock, Model# WC181212
Bought 2 wheel chocks and set up my cargo trailer to transport 1 or 2 motorcycles. My bike weighs 885 lbs. and when it's strapped down and in tight to the chock it works perfect. I thought they might be a little low when I received them, but they're great. Would recomend these to anyone who needs to haul a bike.
August 13, 2012
Best motorcycle chocks ever
I have a utility trailer that we haul our motorcycles on. When I first had it I would tie them down with the stand down, then I bought one of these chocks and really love it. It is much easier to hold the bikes up straight and tie down secure. They are made out of solid 5/8 round steel that will not bend. I now have 3 TrailerStar Wheel Chocks on my trailer and do not worry about the motorcycles moving and hitting together.
January 9, 2012
Good product. Very easy to install even has included hardware.
June 13, 2011
Solidly built, no nonsense wheel chock
I mounted this wheel chock to my trailer with the excellent INCLUDED hardware, loaded up my trusty steed and hauled it over 2500 miles to and from Idaho. It gave me piece of mind knowing that my bike was so securely cradled for the entire trip! Well done, Northern Tool!
August 30, 2010
This is an excellent product. It was easy to install in our toy hauler. When it is time to put the motorcycle in, the chock is ready and waiting...no problems.
October 19, 2009
Easiest Wheel Chock I ever installed
Bought this chock, because the one I really wanted was back ordered. It took less than 10 minutes to install permanently in my trailer and my Harley rides securely in this mount. It was easy to put on and works even better than I expected. Big front tire easily fits. Great item. Glad I bought this one.
July 20, 2009
Solid Wheel Chock
A quality product that will last a lifetime. It fits the narrowest motocross tires to fattie Harley fronts. I wouldn't trust my bikes to anything else.
July 13, 2009
This chock is solid -- literally. Unlike the tubular chromed offering that can rust unseen from within, this is formed from solid steel. The chock is removeable and, while not as fast as the chromed product's quick-mount, requires only simple tools and 5 real minutes (a small chore, indeed, versus trusting your ride to a pair of wing nuts).
May 14, 2009