Originally Posted by VBdiver
Please note : That wheel chock I used has 3 positions so it's best to try it out on the ground because once the front wheel gets trapped it might be tough to back out because you might be too high or too low . Temp screw it down on a piece of plywood to find that sweet spot . If not held down it may roll back with you and jack up that nice front fender or come damn close ...lol
what wheel chock did you use?? I guess the one in the picture, duh,, is that a hF one?
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