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Rackem Manufacturing Removable Wheel Chock Review

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Review of the Rackem Manufacturing Removable Wheel Chock

What's going on everybody Adam here with etrailer. Today, we're going to be taking a look at the Rack'Em Removable Motorcycle Wheel Chock. If you're like me, and you got a two wheel motorized vehicle, and you have a tire with less than six and a half inches, that's what you need to be able to use this wheel chock. Wheel chocks are really nice just because, this one's removable, which is awesome, but also just the wheel chock being what it is. It really helps getting everything locked down.As you can see, I have mine strapped to the left and the right side of my handlebars. As I started tightening one, the wheels are trying to turn the whole entire time.

This way, it's going to keep it nice and combined in there. And now that I'm pulling forward too, it's pushing up against this front part, which is extremely, extremely solid. It doesn't matter what kind of roads you bring this thing back on, it's not going to tip over.To sum it all up, I've been using a lot of different wheel chocks today. And one thing that is unique to this one is just the powder-coated finish. All of them are kind of the same.

If they're removable, they're removable, great. Some are going to be able to fit up to like a seven inch tire, but that's not too much of a difference for me not to like this one just as much as all the other ones. The installation process wasn't too hard, so let's go over that with you now.First thing we want to do is just getting an idea of where you want your bike to be. For me, I want to be able to walk through the door you're standing in. And of course, I want to be able to access my little hatch here, got a spare tire and some tools in there.

This way, my back's going to be here and I have all this room to get all my stuff ready for the trip. What I'm going to do is just place it down, take a little Sharpie or something, and mark these eight holes. And that's where we're going to do our drilling.You are going to have to supply your own hardware, pick your drill bits accordingly. Now what we want to do is take these little holes right here, and we want to make sure that the skinny part is going to be facing towards the bend. I want to get my bike in like this.

The skinny part is facing that way by the bend right here. Just keep that straight, we don't want to put it on backwards.Do that, grab your hardware, and a friend if you got one, and I do. He's going to go underneath and tighten all these up for me while I hold it up top. Now, we can go ahead and take our chock and fit these two little studs right here in that first slot, and slide it forward. And then we have some hardware that came with the kit, which is awesome. It's this little wing nut guy. What we want to do is put that into the slot, and that's going to thread in the threaded portion of that bottom bracket that we just secured down, and that's all we got do. And we are in business.Before I get the bike and load it up, I just wanted you to get a good look at the nice finish to it. It is going to be an extreme ware hammered powder-coated finish and it's going to be extra, extra strong. So if you have an enclosed trailer, definitely not going to rust away. And if it's on the outside of a trailer, you really don't have to worry about it. It looks really, really cool, and it's going to be extra tough against mother nature. And that's going to do it for our look at the Rack'Em Removable Motorcycle Wheel Chock. And I'm Adam at etrailer.

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