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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-02-2019, 01:51 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone use Titan bulldog wheel chock stand any good reviews

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Don’t know about that brand but I have the Cruiser Craddle Wheel Chock sold by our local H-D dealer Harley branded and made of heavy Aluminum except for the wheel holding portion. Thing works great and easy to use on a lift in a trailer or your driveway while washing your bike. Recommended by me and great for securing your bike in an upright position.
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I use the black Harbor Freight wheel chock when I'm doing a service on the ground and I use the gray Harbor Freight wheel chock on my lift. The black one is great because it can be used free standing and it's about $50 with their coupon
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I use the black Harbor Freight wheel chock when I'm doing a service on the ground and I use the gray Harbor Freight wheel chock on my lift. The black one is great because it can be used free standing and it's about $50 with their coupon
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I have a Wheel Dock.. There made for your tire size so good and secure also great for trailer or a lift..
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I have a Wheel Dock.. There made for your tire size so good and secure also great for trailer or a lift..
That's the one I have been looking at.
I like the way it's so easy to get The Glide in and out of.
I emailed the company about which one to purchase and they responded very quickly and they were very accommodating.
I'll probably order one in the spring.
Here's a link for those interested.
https://wheeldock.com/products/wheel...nt=26294025411
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I have towed many choppers, Harleys, etc with a Condor wheel chock back to my shop. Works great.


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That's the one I have been looking at.
I like the way it's so easy to get The Glide in and out of.
I emailed the company about which one to purchase and they responded very quickly and they were very accommodating.
I'll probably order one in the spring.
Here's a link for those interested.
https://wheeldock.com/products/wheel...nt=26294025411
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Mike this is a solid piece you won't be disappointed... I park my bike in it all the time it's a couple years old no issue.. I also have the attachment to use it on my HF lift also a solid piece..
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I use the black Harbor Freight wheel chock on my lift and in my trailer. Never dropped a bike yet and they are several years old. Downside, they are harder for short legged people to get the bike out of the chock.



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