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Old 05-10-2022, 03:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Need quick help about trailer chocks

So I have looked long and hard at a bolt down set up for my trailer floor, as my needs will be from a 12in tire up to 21, so I'm trying to get something one-size-fits-all. I read like three different multi product reviews and came up with the fact that the best sounding one for my application would be the steady mate 80014 which end review States that would cover the 12 to 21. Perfect I thought! I go on eBay and Amazon to try to order one, and all but a couple of sellers describe this item as being 14 inch to 21 inch not 12 to 21. I don't know if we're dealing with a typo problem, or a second generation in the product change or something, but obviously I don't want to buy the wrong product to waste money. The Honda Grom is the one that has the 12 inch tires. Apparently rotor clearance seems to be the possible issue here. Would it be possible just to cut a perfect size wood Block in the right place to jack it up 2 inches? I put down a deposit for one(the Grom) and live far enough from the dealer that the trailering aspect is quite important as I want to be ready. The bike is supposed to show up sometime during this month. I'm just trying to be ready. Helpful advice, please!!!!!!

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