Then based on your logic, the plywood only needs to be marginally wider than the chock as well.Serial Thriller said:If the wood is as wide as the bed, it only needs to be as long as the chock (if it's up against the front of the bed). That way, with the bike strapped in place, the chock can't move.
Yeah, I understood what you meant. What I meant is that with the bike strapped in, the chock has about the same chance moving to one side or the other as it does moving to the rear.Serial Thriller said:I'm not sure I follow you. :huh: I meant the wood the chock is bolted to would be the width of the bed so it couldn't move laterally.
Chain, maybe it was while you were on hiatus, but there's a thread around here somewhere discussing the Bike-Grab, which I have, and the Baxley Sport Chock, which I will get soon. I got my Bike Grab as part of a group buy, for under $100. If I had to pay full price, I'd go for the Baxley without thinking twice about it.Chain said: