Ok, I have a 2009 Harley Street Glide I like to take with me to Florida occasionally. I purchased an Aluma aluminum motorcycle trailer, which came with a “wheel chock” but it wasn’t the type that locks the wheel in place. To remedy this, I purchased a MaxxHaul wheel chock for the trailer. If you want to see what it takes to install it onto an Aluminum trailer, watch my video below. You can also order one of these by clicking the link under the video. I found this to be a very affordable wheel chock, which holds the bike securely. For my 09 Harley Street Glide, I recommend you set the rocking cradle in the bottom bolt hole so it doesn’t rub the back of the front fender.
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