Ultra-Tow Motorcycle Wheel Chock
Great product and better quality than found on many sites. Works well and does what it is designed for.
October 30, 2014
It isn't the best one out there but it is a good one and the price is good.
October 5, 2014
good looks good fit fine came quick works fine for motor bike
September 24, 2014
Great price for an easy to use product. Installed in a few minutes. Gripped the motorcycle just by placing the wheel into the chock without having to touch the product. Held tight while ties were installed onto the motorcycle. Held during an eight hour trip.
August 1, 2014
Works well! Easy to use and easy to install. It works just as described. Worked for a mid sized scooter as well as a large one.
July 23, 2014
This wheel chock is perfect for those of use who don't always have someone around to help load a motorcycle on a trailer. It is truely a "one-person" device and built strong enough to hold a full Harley dresser. Just ride bike into the chock and step off, the chock holds the bike until you get the straps on. I love it!
June 28, 2014
Easiest Installation Ever!
I bought this wheel chock so I could qucikly tie down my motorcycle on my new trailer. The trailer has a wooden floor so I just lined up the chock where I wanted it to go, marked the holes, drilled them, stuck in the bolts and tighented them. Done!
Also, this wheel chock works really well. I can push the bike into it and get off and secure the tie downs all by myself (as long as the trailer is level).
All-in-all a great product.
June 23, 2014
Motocycle tire chock
Bolted this to a homemade trailer, built just for hauling a touring cycle. It is beefy enough, but would not rely on it to hold the cycle up on its own.
Easy to assemble
All hardware included
Easy to load and unload from carrier
Could use a little wider radius on hoop for larger tires
A template for boring holes would be good
All in all just the ticket for the project!
June 10, 2014
Works fine for lighter motorcycles it would barely hold up my road king just a bit heavy I guess , I put a brick under the kick stand and alls well till I strapped it down all in all it transported my bike just fine did call technical service but they did not know much about the product , I still recommend it!!
June 10, 2014
Stay there bike
Light, sturdy, great price, simple instruction except for the adjustments. I mounted the chock to a sheet of plywood and the plywood to my trailer with no problem. The instruction sheet said to adjust the tip down bar to fit the front wheel. It didn't say what the adjustment should do if it fit properly. I guess I got lucky. I drove up on the trailer and the wheel locked in nicely. I got off without the use of the kickstand and the bike stood upright and stable. I strapped the bike to the trailer to find my best anchor points.
After unstrapping the bike it took just a little effort to pull the front wheel from the chock and roll out.
To prevent slippage on the wooden tail gate I painted a 12 inch by 5 foot black enamel paint strip down the center, sprinkled with a good amount of play sand and immediately painted it again.
I have great confidence in the chock and highly recommend it. I wish they would have stated how to tell when the chock was adjusted properly.
June 8, 2014