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OH WOW! And here I thought it was going to be a preview of a motorcycle movie.

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Very clever design, but I can't use a wheel chock with my 23" front wheel and wrapper style fender



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Luvmyride do you think I will have any problems with my 21" and the Vicbaggers fender? I use a wheel chock in my toy hauler frequently.
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I want one of those- sweet!

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Saw that a while ago. Wicked cool for easy loading and unloading. Now if they can combine that design with something along the lines of a pitbull trs to eliminate the need for strapping it would be the holy grail of m/c trailers

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Luvmyride do you think I will have any problems with my 21" and the Vicbaggers fender? I use a wheel chock in my toy hauler frequently.
Sorry I didnt' see this sooner...
Mine is the Vicbaggers Ridgeback full wrap. I had them cut 1.5 inches off the back edge of the fender to make it more speed bump friendly. I have the Harbor Freight chock with about 1.5 inches cut off the back of the rear wheel clamp to fit the stock wheel. The 23" fender isn't even close to fitting. The front of the chock could still be used if pulling into a trailer, but it would have to be fully suppoerted side to side by straps.
I guessing the 21" would be similar. I can measure the ground to fender height when I get home this evening if that would help.



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Saw that a while ago. Wicked cool for easy loading and unloading. Now if they can combine that design with something along the lines of a pitbull trs to eliminate the need for strapping it would be the holy grail of m/c trailers
IMO, for it to be the holy grail of m/c trailers it needs to be enclosed too so that it's weather proof and good for really long hauls. Thats what I want.

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