Here it is mounted on the trailer. Remove the lock pin, lift the clamp out and set it on the ground. Done deal. When you step on that long lever, the locking mech is push up by that hydraulic piston you see. Bike isn't going anywhere. To release the bike, you step down on one of the "footpegs" you see in the pix and it opens the chock back up. Simple roll in, roll out design. No rocking or trying to yank the bike out of the chock.
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Last edited by Ohiobellboy; 09-23-2015 at 07:29 PM.