"Ultra-Tow Adjustable Floor-Mount Motorcycle Stand, Model# 403046A"
Motorcycle wheel chock
Very reasonable wheel chock for your motorcycle.
It adjusts to fit the diameter of your motorcycle tire. It easily installs in your trailer, pickup, or garage for hauling or parking your bike
November 5, 2014
Easy to put together and install. Just need some simple tools and your done
November 3, 2014
Overall a very good product but will not stay in place on the garage floor. Placed it against the wall and works very well.
October 11, 2014
Great product, Great Price. Installed this in a 20' trailer and hauled the bikes all the way to Sturgis and back. Worked great. I definitely recommend this wheel chock.
August 22, 2014
The product was great. I have no complaints and drove 1500 miles with it. My harley never moved in the stand.
August 21, 2014
Receive the stand in very good conditions. It will hold my bike without bolting to the floor. If you don't bolt it down is will crept moving on you when trying to put your bike in the stand. A little hard to bring the bike out of the stand because it fits so tight. Price was right also,
June 28, 2014
Very easy to assemble and the stand is built strong. I would recommend this product to anyone who performs their own routine maintenance.
May 23, 2014
motorcycle stand model #403046A
I put this on my motorcycle lift it hold the cycles up and make tieing them down so easy. works on every cycle I have worked on from Harleys Hondas full dressers and cruisers. Also put one on my trailer and perfect for hauling your bike and with the tiedown loops makes it easy.
February 4, 2014
The stand is easily put together and works great with my HD Streetglide. I didn't bolt it to my garage floor, instead I placed it up against the rear wall and it works fine going in and out. It helps create space in the garage.
August 20, 2012
Great but be aware
I love this stand. I mounted it to my garage floor so all I need to do is pull in (straight) and creep into it. Getting out is easy; I just push down then pull back on the handlebars. That brings the front tire to the apex of the pivot chuck; I quickly apply the front brake. Then a smaller backwards thrust rolls me out. Caution: I have a heavy bike, 900 lbs., I once found my bike toppled to the side. The stand was still secure to the floor; it just didn't have the best grip on my front tire to hold it upright. So now I ALWAYS put down my kickstand and shift the center of the bike to the left side. If it falls it will be to that side and the kickstand will catch it. Overall it is what I wanted, and I would buy it again without question.
October 17, 2011