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bike grab or Baxley wheel chock

I'm getting a new trailer and I want to know if anybody has had both (bike grab or Baxley). The cost is almost the same so I just want the one that works the best. I also looked at the ST stand but I don't thing you could use that in a truck (some times it is eazier to use my truck than the trailer).

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Re: bike grab or Baxley wheel chock

I have both. Baxley, no doubt about it.
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Re: bike grab or Baxley wheel chock

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Re: bike grab or Baxley wheel chock

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I have both. Baxley, no doubt about it.

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Re: bike grab or Baxley wheel chock

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So your taking PETE's word? And you believe him?

Well, I will give a 3rd and final vote for the Baxley. There it is now law.

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So your taking PETE's word? And you believe him?

Well, I will give a 3rd and final vote for the Baxley. There it is now law.
Well then thank you for the info.

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Re: bike grab or Baxley wheel chock

I have the BikeGrab. It is great for the pits, but for trailering, I would choose the Baxley. It holds the bike much more firmly in place during towing.
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