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super stock thumper

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Oceanside, CA
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Harbor Freight Wheel Chocks
11/17/07 at 05:14:46
Hereís what I have.
Itís a wheel chock from harbor freight $40 on sale
and it ran me $30 to make the stands
thatís for materials and welding cost I did all the
cutting, measuring, grinding, and drilling.
And $5 for some "anti-rust" paint (right!! Undecided)

Total $75
about 4 hours of total work involved
driving from here to there, doing all the work
and taking these pics

Not such a good pic but it shows the kick stand up.
It also shows the seat back I made awhile ago.
I have all the pic's from that project on my desk top which is in the back of a budget truck getting ready to drive cross country.

and here's why I needed 2 stands

I'm sure itís illegal in 17 states to have bike in the back of a covered truck. Iíll post pics of what they look like before I close the doors.  Undecided

As far as the wheel chocks go. they get the job done. they have 3 settings on the pivot for different size wheels. They came with all the hardware to mount them in a trailer or the bed of a truck. built pretty well. i'm sure there are way better chocks out there but non for 40 buck like this one.

Thanks for looking. RIDE SAFE
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Re: Harbor Freight Wheel Chocks
Reply #1 - 05/04/14 at 13:35:38
bought one of these last year for a vlx600, bolted it to a 2"x12"x8' board, works great! one of the few things from HF you don't have to second-guess!
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