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Western Power Sports Wheel Chock
  • Make your flatbed trailer into a motorcycle or ATV hauler
  • Made of heavy duty chromed steel
  • Easy to mount
  • Includes mounting hardware
  • Item # 4306
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Overall Rating: 4.27 of 5

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Loved the Wheel Chocks

Other than the washers being too large, I had no problem installing the wheel chocks. I bought them for my trailer. I strongly recommend them for good quality and price.

Robert - January 3, 2014

(Spanish Fort, AL)

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Western Power Sports Wheel Chock

Very nice and easy to install.

Greg C - July 31, 2012

(Lorton, VA)

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Difficulty Installing

This wheel chock is not a true 3 1/2" wide as stated. It is just slightly narrower, which won't accept a 3 1/2" wide tire. Sales person I ordered from stated all Western Chock sizes were the same tire width (wrong). The larger chocks must be wider (rather than longer, as the rep. claimed). The mounting kit is fine for a trailer with a wooden deck, but doesn't include the correct hardware for a pick-up truck bed. Utilizes wall expansion bolts to hold chock in place. Otherwise, these are o.k.

Tom - October 19, 2011

(Lakewood, CA)

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Why can't manufacturers standardize?

I purchased these to add two more tie down chocks in my trailer. After installing them, I found out that the chocks from a well-known fuel valve manufacturer, and the ones from a large, famous trailer supply parts place in the Dallas area and these, are all about 1/4 inch different in width from each other, even though they are all 5-1/2 inch wide chocks. Why can't they standardize? Look for two sets being on sale after I get back from Sturgis. I need to standardize on one brand.

Neil T. - September 7, 2011

(Bartlesville, OK)

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Very Marginal Product

I purchased the 3 1/2" chock for my 2009 KLX250S, in an effort to better secure the bike when hauling it on my trailer. The 3 1/2 chock is too wide for my bikes front tire. It's also far too short, and doesn't support more than the bottom third of the tire, so it's really inadequate for what I'd hope to use it for. The chock does fit my Son's TTR90 rear wheel, offering adequate support to keep the bike upright. The mounting method is a total bust. The brackets that are designed to allow the chock to be easily removed from the trailer are alright, but you still have to bolt the bracket to the trailer. The provided hardware is garbage, and certainly not designed for bolting the chock to a 2x8 wooden deck. The chock did not do what I'd hoped, but after going through the effort of installing it, I'm leaving it in place for the moment. I wouldn't make the same purchase twice though, and do not recommend the product.

Caesarjd - November 29, 2010

(Atlanta,, GA)

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Difficult to install

These chocks are designed to be removable from your truck bed. I installed them on a wooden deck trailer and had to buy new bolts to fit. The washers are too big to fit them on the bolts without overlapping, the mounting brackets are hard to get straight, and the installation is way too complicated for a wheel chock. That being said, they actually work great! 3 1/2 works great for the ttr125 and the 5 fits the yz250.

Chad H - August 30, 2010

(Oxnard, CA)

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Wheel Chock for 3" tire

Bought the 3” size for my Honda Rebel. The chock seems well built. Don't know about the durability yet...but I don't think that will be a problem. My trailer has a 2x4 floor. Everyone was right on about the length of the screws. I gave a 3 for features because I had to go out and buy longer screws. I also bought the threaded wood inserts instead of nuts. They bite into the wood and will stay there when I remove the screws. Installation was a breeze. I'll buy the bigger chocks when I get a bigger bike next year.

Mike - August 3, 2009

(Greensboro, NC)

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wheel chock

Very good quality, easy install, plan to purchase again.

patrick - July 21, 2008

(sand springs, OK)

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Western Power Sports - Wheel Chock

This item was well made and did a fine job for me.

Thomas Hutter - May 27, 2008

(Lake Havasu City, AZ)

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Wheel Chock

Great for the Novice in fitting a motorcycle trailer.

charles chenault - March 26, 2008

(Killeen, TX)

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Western Power Sports - Wheel Chocks

High quality chocks! Super price!

Paul A. Ward - December 10, 2007

(North Fork, CA)

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Good Quality

The photo doesn't do it justice. This is a nice and durable piece of equipment. It is also a removable chock. Gave it 3 stars because it requires a 27/64" drill bit to create the mounting holes and if you have a trailer floor made with 2x4s the supplied bolts are too short.

Aaron - August 9, 2007

(San Diego, CA)