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Tow-Rax Removable Wheel Chock w/ Wood Screws - 6-1/2" Wide Tires - Tubular Steel - Black

Tow-Rax Removable Wheel Chock w/ Wood Screws - 6-1/2" Wide Tires - Tubular Steel - Black

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This sturdy, black powder coated chock attaches to your trailer's wood floor to help stabilize your bike. Keyhole slots make it easy to remove the wheel chock for storage. Steel construction provides excellent durability. Lowest Prices for the best wheel chocks from Tow-Rax. Tow-Rax Removable Wheel Chock w/ Wood Screws - 6-1/2" Wide Tires - Tubular Steel - Black part number TWSPWM can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-833-496-1390 for expert service.
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Tow-Rax Wheel Chocks - TWSPWM

  • Motorcycle Wheel Chock
  • Wheel Chock
  • Single Chock
  • Steel
  • Black
  • Tow-Rax

This sturdy, black powder coated chock attaches to your trailer's wood floor to help stabilize your bike. Keyhole slots make it easy to remove the wheel chock for storage. Steel construction provides excellent durability.


Features:

  • Wheel chock helps to stabilize your motorcycle, dirt bike or other small vehicle for transport
    • Works with tires up to 6-1/2" wide
  • Keyhole slots let you easily remove chock to free up space when not in use
  • Tubular steel construction creates a strong, durable system
  • Black powder coat finish provides sleek style
  • 3-Point mounting system - drill only 3 holes into your floor instead of 4
    • Mounting screws are included for installing on a wood floor
    • Mounting hardware for installing on metal floor (TWSPWFKM) sold separately


Specs:

  • Dimensions: 11-11/16" long x 8-3/8" wide x 8-1/2" tall
  • Mounting hole dimensions:
    • Distance between rear holes: 5-1/2" on center
    • Distance between front hole and rear holes: 6-3/4" on center
  • Weight: 5 lbs
  • Limited 1-year warranty


Mounting hole dimensions

SPWM TowRax Powder Coated Tubular Motorcycle Wheel Chock with 3-Point Mounting System - Wood Screws






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Tow-Rax Removable Wheel Chock w/ Wood Screws - 6-1/2" Wide Tires - Tubular Steel - Black - TWSPWM

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (75 Customer Reviews)

This sturdy, black powder coated chock attaches to your trailer's wood floor to help stabilize your bike. Keyhole slots make it easy to remove the wheel chock for storage. Steel construction provides excellent durability.

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This is a great inexpensive wheel chock for your trailer. The delivery time was fast and the install was super easy. Being detachable I will also have the use of my entire trailer floor if needed. Thank you etrailer.com, great product!




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Bought this wheel chock, along 4 recessed D-Ring tie-down points, to secure my Ural Gear-Up when transporting on my trailer. Excellent design and easy installation. I love the 3-point keyhole slots for easy on/off. Very happy with the quality and price of etrailer.com products!




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Seems to be a very good quality product. I would have given 5 stars but the shipping was rather slow. Took almost 2 weeks to receive. Don't understand why with the item in stock,it took a full week to actually ship?




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Very good product




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Bought 2 for my toy hauler. They got here quick & were easy to install. Went on a 2000 mile trip right off and they worked great. The only problem I had was my fault, I wasn't thinking and should have ordered another set of anchors to set it up the way I wanted but no biggy, will get a set on my next order & finish it up. Like the way the screws are flush with floor when I pull the chocks out. Next is to make a rack to hang them on the wall when not using. Good product & well with the $$$.




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I recently bought a trailer to haul my two dirtbikes. Was frustrated with the front tires shifting during each trip and noticed other trailers had these Chocks. Ordered two and easily installed them. Love the ability to remove the chocks and have the wood screw remain flat and level with the trailer. Not having any problems anymore with shifting front tires. Highly recommend if you are looking for a set of chocks for your trailer.




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-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 03/29/2022


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Solid check
Worked as planned. Arrived
promptly. ETrailers is a great company




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Very well made




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I like the Tow-Rax wheel chock. I have used it numerous times within the past year to trailer my motorcycle. It works as advertised and I like that the chock can be easily removed and stored.
Thank you.


Comments
I really like the Chock as I use it all the time to transport my motorcycle. I am retired so I do a little traveling with my trailer to tow the motorcycle.
John D - 06/29/2018


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This item was purchased to keep the wheel of a 2011 CBR 1000RR straight, while using the Pitbull Trailer Restraint system.

Installation was simple. The included instructions helpful. All that was need was a 1/2" drill bit, allen wrench, screw driver, and a pencil for marking the correct position.

The front wheel chock does a decent job at keeping the wheel straight, when used in conjunction with the strapless Pitbull Trailer Restraint. I only wish it were a little taller.

In all, I would recommend this to others.




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This is actually a replacement purchase of one that got wrecked when some cell-phone toting nitwit rear-ended my trailer. It comes delivered with inserts to go into the Advantec (chipboard) flooring of the trailer. If I had used these, the damage to my motorcycle would have been much worse because the wheel chalk would have surely pulled out of the floor. When the trailer was plowed into the back of the car, this caused the motorcycle to want to continue forward. I used through-bolts with huge fender washers underneath the flooring to attach the chalk. this kept the motorcycle in place; limiting damage. I would not recommend using the supplied inserts, despite their convenience.




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I just bought 2 of these and mounted them to a wood decked enclosed trailer. They are very secure and the 700lb bikes didn't go anywhere. I also have had one of these welded to my open trailer for 3 years and it works great. As always etrailer.com is the best value, and they ship fast. I have bought everything from tie downs to receivers, wiring harness, relays from them over the course of several years 2 trucks and 3 trailers. They are always my first choice for cargo needs. I wish they sold trailers.…




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Product arrived on time and well packaged. Will be installing in my toy hauler travel trailer shortly. Item was purchased because of the minimal intrusion on the floor when the chock is removed, hence less likely to trip over the attachment points. Spoke with support with a couple of questions in the meantime, went out of the way to ensure the correct information was given to me. Will update in the future with any pros or cons once the miles rack up.




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I have not hauled a motorcycle with it yet, but this chock should do the trick. I recently finished building a new 4 by 8 foot utility trailer and have just set up the chock. I had an old chock very similar to the Cycle Country chock that you sell, and when I built my trailer I welded in some extra steel to support it so it would not just be fastened to the plywood deck. Unfortunately, my old chock was too small for the front tire on my dad's new bike, so I had to get something different. I wanted something that was as close as possible to the same bolt pattern as the old chock so I would not have to rebuild my frame. This worked out well.




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Great product. I use it to hold a small scooter (Ruckus) in the rear of my car trailer. It is easy to set up and I use an E-Track to secure the scooter to the floor of the trailer. Good Buy.




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Decent wheel chock but if you have a sport bike it is a little wide. I like the fact that you can remove it pretty quickly but I may end up buying a different one.


Comments
Replaced them with a better product
Ryan J - 04/14/2020


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Bought this from etrailer because the price is the best on the internet for one of these. I installed it with no problems and it works like a charm. My Motorcycle weighs over 800 lbs and it holds it in place with no problems. I have been a customer of etrailer for several years and have always been pleased with my buying experience. Great Prices, Fast Shipping and Quality products.




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Haven't had a chance to install.The product appears to be of good quality.Shipping was faster then fast!Will buy again from etrailer.


Comments
Great product.
ralph - 01/16/2015


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Its a quality product however I failed to recognize included was a double sided instructions sheet. Afterwards I noticed one side for wood trailer deck install, and the other side for a metal deck install. They only included hardware for the wood deck install. I unfortunately drilled the 1/2 holes instead of the 7/16" by mistake. Had the chock set been complete and included both sets of hardware I'm sure I would recognized the instructions on the reverse side. I suggest changing to the same hole dia. needed for either install in the future..




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The wheel chock works perfect. The width of 6.5 allows my wide Fat Bob tire to enter and not bind with the brake discs. The removable bolts / inserts also are strong and easy to use. Good powder coat finish. Delivery was faster than expected.
Thank you.




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Used this mount to haul my road king about 1500 miles. Bought another for 2nd bike on our next trip. Works as described.




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These removable tire chocks are fantastic! Installation was a breeze; took about 5 minutes to install using a power drill. They are sturdy enough to hold a 650lb Harley, yet also a great fit for 21" tall dirtbike tire. Quick remove and install is just sliding on and off mounting screws, very easy. All the necessary hardware (screws etc) come with the chock.




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I haven't installed this item yet but seems very straight forward.
It's good and stout, I'll be using it to secure the front of a MC in my trailer, I am sure it will do the the trick. A few good words about e-trailer, I have ordered 3 or 4 items, all have come in a timely manner and was always what I expected & at a reasonable price, People from e trailer are always quick to respond to any questions I have offered up. I have had really good luck dealing with them...Thanx e trailer.




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Easy install with step by step instructions. Solid.



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  • Dimensions of Mounting Holes of Motorcycle Wheel Chock # TWSPWM
    There are 3 holes in the mounting surface of this wheel chock. One is in the center of the strap at the front of the chock and the other two are in the back strap. The front to back measurements are as follows, from the center of the front mounting hole straight down to the centers of the back 2 mounting holes is 7 inches. If you measure on the diagonal line from the center of the front mounting hole to the back mounting hole on both sides the measurement is 7-1/4 inches. The 2 rear...
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  • Will the Motorcycle Wheel Chock Fit My 883 Harley Davidson
    The Low Profile Removable Motorcycle Wheel Chock, part number # TWSPWM, is designed for tires up to 6-1/2 inches wide and is tapered from 4 inches to 8 inches front to back. This Chock should fit your front tire and keep it from moving forward or side to side so that you can use tie downs to secure the motorcycle to the trailer.
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  • Motorcycle Carrier Recommendation for a Honda 1300 VTX
    To haul your Honda 1300 VTX, I recommend using a utility trailer and mounting a wheel chock like part # TWSPWM to the deck. Because of the size of your bike, I do not recommend using a hitch mounted carrier. Most of the hitch mounted motorcycle carriers were designed for smaller dirt bikes and street bikes.
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  • Will the Tires on a 1997 Harley Davidson Fatboy Fit the Low Profile Motorcycle Wheel Chock
    From what I was able to find it looks like the tire size on a stock 1997 Harley Fatboy is a 130/90-16. This makes it about 5-1/8 inches wide. The Removable Motorcycle Wheel Chock, # TWSPWM accepts tires up to 6-1/2 inches wide. In metric tire sizes, that would be a about a 165 but no larger.
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  • How Far Forward Should Motorcycle Wheel Chocks Be Installed in a Utility Trailer
    The equalizer of a tandem axle trailer is not the balance point of the trailer. I would recommend putting the wheel chocks of your trailer as far forward as you can in the trailer. This will help prevent any potential sway that can occur from not having enough tongue weight on a trailer.
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  • How Does the Tow-Rax Wheel Chocks # TWSPWM Attach to Trailer Floor
    The Tow-Rax Wheel Chocks # TWSPWM that you referenced comes with installation hardware to allow it to be installed on the floor of a trailer, but there is no way to attach it to an e-track. Check out the review video I attached for more info. This sturdy, black powder coated chock attaches to your trailer's wood floor to help stabilize your bike. Keyhole slots make it easy to remove the wheel chock for storage.
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  • Solution for Installing Wheel Chocks in Trailer That Can't Have Floor Drilled
    Probably the best option we can offer is an idea my Dad used in his enclosed motorcycle trailer. He mounted wheel chocks to a piece of plywood like the part # TWSPWM so that he could easily remove the chocks whenever he wanted the floor clearance. Since you can't drill your trailer floor this would probably be our best option.
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  • Recommended Wheel Chock Placement for Motocross Bikes in a 6x12 Single Axle Enclosed Trailer
    I recommend putting the wheel chocks like the Tow-Rax # TWSPWM for your Motocross bikes on your trailer as far forward as you can in the trailer side by side. This will help prevent any potential sway that can occur from not having enough tongue weight on a trailer. I have linked the above mentioned product to this page for your convenience.
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  • Wheel Chock Recommendation for Enclosed Trailer with E-Tracks That Run Along Walls
    You are going to have to install wheel chocks more to the center of your trailer so that the handlebars of your dirt bikes would not interfere with the trailer walls. For that the Tow Rax part # TWSPWM would be a great option. Check out the install video I attached as well.
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  • Floor Thickness Requirement for the Tow-Rax Wheel Chock Part # TWSPWM
    When installing the Tow-Rax Removable Wheel Chock w/ Wood Screws part # TWSPWM there really isn't a set material thickness it needs to be in. It does not carry any type of weight rating. It is meant to act as a stop for your wheel and to keep it from moving side to side as you are heading down the road. The 3/4" plywood you intend to mount it to will work out great. i would not trust anything under 1/2" in this situation.
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  • Recommended Wheel Chock for Small Honda CRF 50 Motorcycle
    The Tow-Rax Removable Wheel Chock # TWSPWM that you referenced will help to stabilize your 2004 Honda CRF 50 but with a smaller bike like this there's going to be a lot of room for movement inside the chock's 6-1/2 inch width. You will want to make sure that you secure it with straps to prevent this. I have attached a short video demonstration that you can check out. It demonstrates how to secure your bike.
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  • What Size Concrete Anchors do I Need for My MaxxHaul Motorcycle Chock 70271?
    Even though we no longer carry the MaxxHaul Motorcycle Wheel Chock with Stand 70271, we can definitely help you out with what size concrete anchors to use. I went ahead and reached out to my tech at MaxxHaul, and she confirmed that the correct parts you need are 3/8" or 1/2" sleeve anchors. Both of these sizes fit the chocks. We unfortunately do not carry any of these anchor sizes.
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  • Do Fasteners On Wheel Chock, # TWSPWM, Need A Special Tool And Are Extra Fasteners Available
    On the Motorcycle Wheel Chock, # TWSPWM, no special tool is needed to install the anchors to the wooden trailer floor, just a 5/16 inch Allen wrench. The anchors will be recessed into the floor, but the screws that the wheel chock attaches to are above the floor. To install, you will use the wheel chock as a template to mark where you want the holes to be drilled on the trailer floor. Then, you will drill three holes with a 7/16 inch drill bit. After the holes are drilled then you can...
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  • Can A Class II Hitch be used with an Adapter to Transport a 477 Pound Motorcycle
    Using the Hidden Hitch 1-1/4 inch to 2 inch Adapter # 80303 would reduce the tongue weight that you hitch is currently capable of by 50 percent. This would not be recommended. For example if your existing hitch had a tongue weight capacity of up to 350 pounds, then using this adapter would reduce the tongue weight to 175 pounds. It is unlikely that the capacity of your Class II hitch, even using the correct hitch shank, would not have the capacity to support 477 pounds of tongue weight...
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  • Should Motorcycle Wheel Chocks # MWCB be Centered on a Trailer
    Ideally, you would want the load to be centered side to side on a trailer. Front to back is another issue because its position on the trailer will change the tongue weight. You will want the tongue weight to be 10 to 15 percent of the gross trailer weight. To get it just right, I recommend a tongue weight scale like # 5780, or follow the steps in the FAQ I have linked for determining trailer tongue weight. Having a centered load with the correct tongue weight will reduce the possibility...
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  • Length of Mounting Hardware Supplied With MaxxTow Adjustable Wheel Chock
    The 4 carriage bolts (and related hardware) supplied with the MaxxTow Adjustable Wheel Chock (DISCONTINUED) MT70075 are intended to semi-permanently install this unit on the floor of a trailer. This wheel chock is not intended for routine removal and re-installation although it certainly could be taken off your trailer by removing the mounting hardware. The carriage bolts supplied are 3-inches long overall and include a washer, plastic spacer and nylock hex nut. If your trailer's floor...
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  • What is the Height of the Pivoting Bracket on MaxxTow Wheel Chock # MT70075
    The top edge of the pivoting bracket on the rear of the MaxxTow Wheel Chock (DISCONTINUED) will sit at most 10-inches above the surface of the unit's base. Its height varies slightly depending on the position of the bracket - in other words depending on where it is in its arc of rotation. This position varies, naturally, by tire diameter. Tires up to 5-1/2-inches wide will fit the chock and it includes mounting hardware. We also offer a chock from Tow-Rax, either # TWSPWM in black or...
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  • Amount of Play in Tow-Rax Removable Wheel Chock to Fit 6-1/2 inch Tires
    The Tow-Rax Removable Wheel Chock, # TWSPWC in chrome or # TWSPWM in black, is made to hold 6-1/2 inch tires. If have a tire right at 6-1/2 inches it's going to fit snug with not space between the tire and the tubes. If your tire is smaller then it will leave some space for play. How much play will depend on the tire size.
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  • Proper Front to Back Placement of Motorcycle Inside Enclosed Trailer
    When securing your motorcycle inside your enclosed 12 foot long trailer using a chock like the Tow-Rax # TWSPWM the most important factor to consider is the trailer's tongue weight. You will just want to make sure that its tongue weight with the motorcycle and any other cargo loaded is 10 to 15 percent of its total weight. This will help to reduce any trailer sway and movement during travel. Most likely keeping the motorcycle centered on the trailer front to back will be sufficient but...
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  • Can TWSPWM Wheel Chock Be Attached to Oriented Strand Board
    If you have some structure underneath to tie the # TWSPWFKW into, then yes but otherwise I'd fear that the fasteners would tear out pretty easily. I'd recommend using a good sided piece of 1/2 or 3/4 inch thick exterior grade plywood (large enough to tie into at least two crossmembers) and attach the chock like # TWSPWM to that. That way, there wouldn't be much danger of the hardware tearing out.
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  • Carrying a Kawasaki KLR250 Motorcycle in a Trailer
    From my research your Kawasaki measures over 7 feet from end to end. Depending on the style of trailer you might be able to get it in a 4 x 6 because the wheelbase is only about 4-3/4 feet but there's going to be some overhang. In my opinion you're much better off with an 8 foot trailer. To secure the bike you'll want to use straps like part # 34414 and a chock like part # TWSPWM.
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  • Replacement Mounting Hardware for Tow Rax Motorcycle Chock # TWSPWM
    Yes, for replacement hardware for the Tow Rax Motorcycle Chock part # TWSPWM you'd want the part # TWSPWFKM.
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  • Options for Securing Motorcyle to Trailer
    The Removable Motorcycle Wheel Chock, part # TWSPWM would be an excellent choice for securing the motorcycle to the trailer. The Wheel Chock includes mounting hardware appropriate for a wood trailer floor. Using something like the Motorcycle Assist Straps, part # 06303 along with ratchet straps like part # 34413 would work well for you.
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  • Solution To Carry Scooter With 2011 Ford Fusion Equipped with Class I Hitch
    Most of the scooter and cargo carriers require use with a Class III hitch. The reason for this is the combined weight of the the carrier and the scooter or wheel chair putting a great amount of torque on the hitch and vehicle frame. All of the hitches available for your 2011 Ford Fusion are Class I 1-1/4 hitches. What you could do is use a small utility trailer and mount a wheel chock like part # TWSPWM to the deck. You will want to make sure not to exceed the towing and tongue weight...
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