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    I’m looking at installing a Pingel Wheel Chock in my 6x12 enclosed trailer but I’m not sure if I should purchase the 3.5” wide opening or the 6.5” opening wide chock.

    I think the 3.5 will work but am not sure if the brake discs will be an issue?
    Any experience with these chocks?

    Appreciate your input.
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    Don't know about the Pingel, I use a Baxter Trailer Sport Chock for both my Nine and my B-King. It fits the 120 front tire on my King and the same model accepts the 140 on my Nine. If you were going to go larger than a 140, you may want the larger model. I am not sure where the measurement you are referring to is taken, the bottom where the tread sits? If so, mine is likely a 3.5 model. I don't think the Baster is available wider.

    Brake disc shouldn't be a problem. Neither is the longer custom fender.
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    I use the 6.5” Pingel for all 3 of my bikes and it works great. I have 2 chocks and 3 mounting locations in my trailer. That way I can haul 2 bikes staggered or one bike centered. Just for reference my 9 has a 160 front tire, my Magnum has a 120 on a 21” wheel and my Concours has a 120 on a 17” wheel.

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    Thanks Posseidon, appreciate the feedback on the Pingle. I have the stock front wheel, don’t know what I was thinking when I typed 3.5". Clearly our bikes need minimum 6.5". What I really liked was how minimal hardware remained on the floor after removing the chock.
    Cheers,
    Paul



    Quote Originally Posted by Poseidon View Post
    I use the 6.5” Pingel for all 3 of my bikes and it works great. I have 2 chocks and 3 mounting locations in my trailer. That way I can haul 2 bikes staggered or one bike centered. Just for reference my 9 has a 160 front tire, my Magnum has a 120 on a 21” wheel and my Concours has a 120 on a 17” wheel.
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