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Costway Adjustable Motorcycle Wheel Chock Stand 1800lb Capacity Upright Fit 15"-22" Tier

Item# SPM15624191524 | Model# AT5528 | Added on December 26, 2019 |
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Costway Adjustable Motorcycle Wheel Chock Stand 1800lb Capacity Upright Fit 15"-22" Tier
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Description
If you are looking for a safe and reliable way to firmly support your motorcycle, then our adjustable motorcycle wheel chock is the ideal choice for you. It is made of solid steel construction and powder coated finished, which is anti-rust, corrosion-resistant and suitable for outdoor use. This adjustable wheel locking choke accommodates front or rear wheel sizes from 15"-22". It also has a tilting wheel adapter that automatically holds a tire securely. And two eye loops help you transport your bicycle conveniently and safely. It is worth mentioning that it is very easy to use, you can load or release any motorcycle by yourself. What’s more, this motorcycle wheel chock is perfect for garage storage and motorcycle maintenance.

Features:
Made of high-quality Q235 steel material and powder coated finished for durable use
The strong steel structure can hold up to 1800 pounds
Wheel locking system can be adjusted according to different wheel sizes
Ideal for transportation purpose and motorcycle routine maintenance
Two eye loops for convenient strapping
A great tool to hold your heavy duty motorcycle upright for storage
Free-standing design can be mounted to any type of flat surface or transportation platform
Simple to use and assemble

Specifications?
Color: Black
Material: Steel construction
Finish: Powder coated
Height: 16 "
Length: 36.5"
Width: 35 .5"
Applicable wheels diameter range: 15" - 22"/ 76 - 130mm wide tire
Weight capacity: 1,800 lbs
Net weight: 34 lbs
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