Maurice (Marlton )
Does the job real well.
DrumRider (Pace )
Like others said, came with no instructions, so I went by the photo too...and realized the guy who put it together for the photo shoot ALSO had no instructions... at the bottom of the vertical piece is a hand-sized loop (a handle, right?), so why is it on the INSIDE facing the wheel rather than OUTSIDE making it convenient to grab and carry? So I reversed my vertical bar.... Also, lace the teeth of both sides of the cradle together, install both to the frame at same time. Well built, strong as hell, just what I needed, cheaper than other wheel chocks I've seen, highly recommended.
Ted (North Vancouver )
I don't have a Motorcycle,I have a Scooter. Bought this to drop the Tanks on my Motorhome.Works great for that. No good for the Scooter,all the weight is in the rear. Regards Ted
Christian (Phenix City )
I agree with others concerning the need to anchor this item for the best results. Yes, the rubber tips came off and I initially needed my bride to stand on the end to avoid movement of the chock, but all in all a good value and does as it is supposed to for my H-D. My son-in-law liked it so much I bought another for his bike. I really like the fact the chock allows for better use of floor space in the garage.
Shayne (Brampton )
The dolly worked well for storing my bike in the back of the garage. The stand allows you to put the bike where you want. I wish the wheels had a lock on them, but that's a simple thing to solve.
Jim (Sandwich )
Perfect for the quick lift for getting the tires up for whatever reason. Fast and secure. A tool that should be in every bikers garage.