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Rating 4.80 of 5 (3 Reviews)

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K&L Cycle Dock
  • The Dock's pivot mechanism uses the weight of the bike to keep it upright for easy loading and unloading on a trailer or pickup truck bed
  • Dock's rails mount to trailer deck or pickup bed, which allows you to easily slide the Dock and your bike into position
  • In addition, the Dock can be completely removed when the space is needed for other purposes
  • Fits 120 to 160 tires
  • Heavy-duty stand provides long-lasting service
  • Item # 4136
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This item will cost a little more then other chalks but it is way worth it. I mounted it in my trailer to haul my Harley across the country and it work great. The front anchor points that come with this chalk are very useful. I would suggest this item to anyone.

Mathew - August 4, 2010

(DuBois, PA)

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The dock works great. I have it attached to my lift and it has no trouble holding up my FLHTCU or adapting to the smaller metric cruiser that my wife has. Great product that does exactly what it says it can do.

Mark - October 15, 2008

(Myrtle Beach, SC)

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Well packed. All necessary hardware included. Simple to put together & install, but instructions are included if you need them. Assume that you'll use the wide rocker unless you have a very narrow tire. You will need a 5/16" allen wrench as well as a socket set. I chose to drill 4 holes in the base to mount it to my wood bed trailer. I used blind nuts so its removable without the hassle of sliding it in place.

Kevin H Hobbes - August 9, 2007

(Lithia Springs, VT)
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