|Item Weight||30.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||27 x 17 x 16 inches|
|Item model number||SN0301-3|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SN0301-3|
TMS SN0301-3 1000-Pound Heavy Duty Adjustable Motorcycle Trailer Wheel Chock Bike Stand Mount
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- Heavy duty steel construction; Weighs 30 lbs
- Comes with a fixed front wheel stop to accommodate front or rear tires from 14"-21"
- Adjustable rear wheel cradle; Makes loading & securing a motorcycle a one person job
- Dimensions of wheel chock, 27" long x 17" wide x 15-3/4" high
- Can be mounted to any flat surface with 4 bolts (not included)
Top Customer Reviews
Adjustable for multiple wheel sizes.
Weaknesses: Instructions are poor. Just a picture. So, Bolt down the feet first. Pick from one of the two styles of feet. Then attach the vertical tire brace with the bolt first but do not over tighten as you will need to slide in the bar with cotter pin. Then install the roll-over bar.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The rocking wheel locking needs work. Hard to get a heavy motorcycle in and out. The YouTube videos don't help much rather.Published 7 months ago by Kevin Hancock
works well, easy to load and very stable. Bolted down to trailer floor, and always ready to goPublished 14 months ago by Matt
Beefy and easy to install. Works great, easy to insert/remove front wheel.Published 21 months ago by MikeyT
Ordered this TMS SN0301-3 But received a completely different unit. The unit I received does not have the adjustments that the original unit does. Read morePublished on March 1, 2014 by Jim Fryberger
I was looking for a wheel chock that could hold the front and allow the adjustment of the rear suspension (sag and return) as a one-man job. This does the trick! Read morePublished on February 10, 2014 by Hill Country Hedonist
I bought 3 of them and took 3 Harley Davidsons in the back of a U Haul truck 900 miles. I mounted them to plywood with heavy bolts and strapped the bikes down tight. Read morePublished on January 13, 2014 by greg hart
I have not used it yet but it is heavy construction and can not wait to use it. I will update you later on resultsPublished on December 31, 2013 by LARRY L MOBLEY
I've mounted this on my MC trailer and hauled it a few times now. This holds great, but, no way will I just use it; I also put ratchet belts on. Read morePublished on December 22, 2013 by Lanis Johnson