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Old 05-28-2014, 05:20 PM   #1
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Wheel chocks

Looking at what folks have chosen for wheel chocks for their garage? Looking for a removable option that works well for both bicycle and dirtbike tires. Most of what i see is for 600+ lb cruisers.
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Old 05-28-2014, 05:39 PM   #2
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I would use EZ Track bolted to the garage floor. Then there are all kinds of clip in accessories to tie down whatever you need.

Do a search on: ez track tie down system

And you'll get more options that you can look at!!!

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I have the "Lock-n-Load" setup - flat plate bolted to floor, removable chock, and straps. In my cargo trailer, I have the straps that drop down below the floor - have not looked under the floor of the Voltage to see if they are possible. If not, the regular lock and load straps attached to existing tie downs. They ratchet automatically as the bike bounces and tighten - very happy with them. If you have ever traveled I-69 in Michigan, you will appreciate a good strap system.



The video does not lie - I drive my wing into the chock and get up off the bike with no movement or tipping.
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Splash,

I would use EZ Track bolted to the garage floor. Then there are all kinds of clip in accessories to tie down whatever you need.

Do a search on: ez track tie down system

And you'll get more options that you can look at!!!

Pirate
Here is a good site

E-Track Parts Trailer Cargo Control | etrailer.com
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