- Dimensions in the upright position: 29" wide x 30" long x 15" high. Folds down to 6" in height.
- Accomodates 14" - 22" diameter wheels/ 80 - 220mm wide tire. Supports 3,000 lbs.
- Trailer quick release mounting kit INCLUDED.
- Aluminum frame with steel hardware and components.
- Weighs only 31 lbs. boxed and ready to ship.
The Condor PSTK6400 is identical to Condors' PS1500 model but includes the quick release trailer mounting kit (shown in photo). The PS1500 has not kit.
The Condor's patented adjustable locking mechanism effortlessly and securely supports your motorcycle in an upright position on the ground or on a trailer. Just push or ride your motorcycle into the CONDOR and you would have a difficult time pushing the bike over - it holds the motorcycle that well. Dismount and then tying down the bike is a quick and secure procedure for one person.
You will be amazed at how secure and safe your trailer ride will be once tied down in the Condor's Trailer/Stop cradle. Two tiedown straps in the rear of the motorcycle pulling forward into the CONDOR is all that is needed. Although not necessary, two additional tiedowns in the front of the bike simply provides further security. "Overkill" never hurts. This unit comes complete with the Trailer Kit and all of the hardware necessary for trailer or pickup truck installation (instructions included). Attaching and detaching the unit from the trailer kit takes only a few seconds. When you are not transporting a bike, remove the CONDOR from the trailer and place it in the garage/ground to utilize for storing or maintaining your motorcycle. If you only require a transportation device, then take a look at CONDOR'S alternative chock, the Condor SC2000 . *If you have a Big Dog Chopper or a custom chopper that has a front fender that comes real low to the ground there is a custom Condor Chopper Chock available specifically designed for this application. ANNOUNCEMENT:
It's difficult to improve the quality of superior products, but Condor has managed to accomplish just that. Recently Condor redisigned the cradle/rocker, increasing the wheel chock's already excellent holding ability. The cradle now has wider fingers and features a "baked on" textured surface. (See picture of New & Improved Cradle in other views)