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 Nice pit/garage wheel chock 
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Looking to see what you guys use for a wheel chock and what you recommend for the track and garage.


Wed Oct 04, 2017 11:31 pm
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Don't by the harbor freight one.

Tried it and doens't work well at all for the 14r.

At home, baby goes up on both stands. At the track, kickstand all the way.

I think I've seen the Bike Master and the Condor at the track. Haven't tried either.

Good luck.


Thu Oct 05, 2017 6:12 am
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Over the years I've had 3 of these, I believe the first was from harbor freight and the last two I got through Amazon. The picture of my 2012 I had a 110/60 front then a grudge tire so I had to trim the top of the front receiver to avoid fender contact. The narrow and ultra low profile of the grudge tire allowed the bike to rock a little before being strapped but I never thought it would fall. The picture on my 2015 on my lift is with the stock tire and is rock solid, if it's there to long I have to rock the bike a little to pull it out of the chock it fits so snug but for less than $100 it works for me...


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Thu Oct 05, 2017 7:08 am
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I've got three Baxley's, usually leave bikes parked in them. Yes they're that secure. Best chocks I've ever used. Don't waste your money on the cheap ones, they can get real expensive when your bike falls over. No connection to them its just one of very few products I've bought in my life that exceeded my expectations.
https://www.baxleycompanies.com/chocks.html


Thu Oct 05, 2017 8:53 am
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What model baxley did you get?


Thu Oct 05, 2017 1:00 pm
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1 wheel peel wrote:
I've got three Baxley's, usually leave bikes parked in them. Yes they're that secure. Best chocks I've ever used. Don't waste your money on the cheap ones, they can get real expensive when your bike falls over. No connection to them its just one of very few products I've bought in my life that exceeded my expectations.
https://www.baxleycompanies.com/chocks.html


:plus1: I have Baxley's also, and they work flawlessly in the garage, at the race track, in the back of the pickup and in the trailer.
I chase motorcycles all over the country, and if I am after 1 or 2 I just drive my pickup. Just set it down in the bed, roll your bike up
into it, it will stand there securely by itself while you attach the tie downs, and GENTLY snug them up. You don't have to synch them
down very tight, and that is better for your fork seals.
You will want the sport bike chock for your 14R....

Charles

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Thu Oct 05, 2017 1:19 pm
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Ty_ty13 wrote:
What model baxley did you get?

What Warbird said, the Sport Bike Chock. And it holds a rather plump C14 fine too.


Thu Oct 05, 2017 3:20 pm
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1 wheel peel wrote:
Ty_ty13 wrote:
What model baxley did you get?

What Warbird said, the Sport Bike Chock. And it holds a rather plump C14 fine too.


Yes it does. Hauled my Concours back to Kentucky from Mobile Alabama and it never moved. :thumbs:

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Thu Oct 05, 2017 8:12 pm
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the baxley sport chock is very nice.


Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:48 am
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Ty_ty13 wrote:
the baxley sport chock is very nice.


Did you get yourself one? 8-)

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Thu Oct 12, 2017 3:07 pm
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yes i did.... its very nice and holds the bike very sturdy.... much nicer than putting the rear up on a stand to store the bike.


Tue Oct 17, 2017 10:05 am
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