Lock ‘N Load Bk-100 Motorcycle Wheel Chock Instructions
ASSEMBLY OF THE LOCK ’N LOAD BK-100 TM
1. Attach the cradle (Figure 1) to the base assembly (Figure 2) with the carriage bolts, nylon washers, and lock nuts provided.
2. The cradle must move up and down. Tighten the lock nuts until there is slight friction. These nuts should be checked regularly to ensure proper tension.
NOTE: The cradle can be mounted to the base in 3 different positions, according to tire size.
TOP: Narrow width, smaller diameter tire.
CENTER: Medium Width and diameter tire.
BOTTOM: Larger width and diameter tire.
3. After assembly of the BK-100 TM is complete, position it in the desired location on the mounting surface. (i.e.: trailer bed) Check under the trailer to be sure that there are not any obstructions. (i.e.: cross beams and frame members)
4. Use the BK-100-3 Quick Release Mount TM as a pattern to mark and drill holes in the trailer bed.
5. Fasten the BK-100-3 Quick Release Mount TM to the trailer bed with the 3/8” x 2” carriage bolts and hardware.
6. After the BK-100-3 TM is mounted, secure the BK-100 TM wheel chock to it with the 3/8’ x 3/4’ hex bolt and hardware, then tighten.
Bk-100 Motorcycle Wheel Chock Instructions – DIRECTIONS FOR LOADING AND UNLOADING
1. Move the motorcycle into the trailer, and engage the front wheel into the BK-100 TM.
2. After the front wheel is fully engaged into the BK-100 TM, dismount the motorcycle.
3. Using the BK-100-2 Ratchet Strap TM, (Included), secure the front tire to the Quick Release Mounting Plate.TM (The strap is placed on top of the tire between tire and front fender, then tightened).
4. Adequately secure motorcycle to multiple tie down points, front and rear.
Bk-100 Motorcycle Wheel Chock Instructions – UNLOADING
1. Remove all straps securing the motorcycle to the tie down points.
2. Pulling backwards on the motorcycle will release the front tire from the BK-100 TM. Be prepared to use the breaks to stop the motorcycle when it releases.
3. Carefully back the motorcycle out of the trailer.
THERE IS NO IMPLIED SAFETY WHEN USING LOCK ‘N LOAD TM PRODUCTS.