Wheel chock helps to stabilize your motorcycle, dirt bike, or other small vehicle for transport. It can quickly be removed from its base for versatility and will accept wheels up to 6-1/2" wide. Lowest Prices for the best Wheel Chocks from Rackem. Rack'em Manufacturing Removable Wheel Chock part number RA-17 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Rack'em Manufacturing Removable Wheel Chock

Rackem Wheel Chocks

(7 reviews)

Code:   RA-17



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Rackem Wheel Chocks - RA-17

Wheel chock helps to stabilize your motorcycle, dirt bike, or other small vehicle for transport. It can quickly be removed from its base for versatility and will accept wheels up to 6-1/2" wide.


  • Wheel chock helps to stabilize your motorcycle, dirt bike or other small vehicle for transport
    • Chock removes to free up space when not in use
  • Xtremewear hammered paint finish protects the chock from abuse
    • Tubular construction creates a strong, durable system
  • Simple bolt-on installation - attach to floor of trailer, shop or anywhere else you want to use it
    • Mounting hardware not included


  • Measures 8-9/16" from base to top of chock
  • Fits tires up to 6-1/2" wide

RA-17 Rack'em Manufacturing Removable Wheel Chock

Customer Reviews

Rack'em Manufacturing Removable Wheel Chock - RA-17

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (7 Customer Reviews)

Wheel chock helps to stabilize your motorcycle, dirt bike, or other small vehicle for transport. It can quickly be removed from its base for versatility and will accept wheels up to 6-1/2" wide.

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by: cj04/08/2015

We've ordered more than once from etrailer and every product has lived up to its description; this one was no exception. Excellent quality, sturdy, and exactly what we needed for stabilizing a motorcycle for cross-country travel. 184093

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by: DT12/30/2013

item looks good and strong and appears it will be exactly what i wanted. since it's the Christmas season, it may be a while b4 i actually mount it and find out for sure. 111454

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by: William L09/22/2014

Exactly as advertised. No complaints. Great information while the items shipped and great follow up. Products were great. 152562

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by: Martha Santos04/24/2015

Everything I ordered worked awesome. Great quality for a great price. My trailer is turning out nice. 187984

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by: lew p.02/24/2015

the produce is what I ordered and in good time delivery thankyou 175859

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by: Howard bBeck04/29/2014

Thanks for the fast delivery and great products 127959

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by: Paul K04/05/2012

Worked perfectly to hold a motorcycle in my van. 36255


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  • How to Tie Down a Motorcycle in a 7x14 Foot Enclosed Trailer
  • If I were you I would go the route of using a wheel chock like our Rackem Wheel Chock # RA-17 and then use the E-tracks to tie down your bike by compressing the forks. The other method you described where you said you wanted to hang the bikes could possibly work but most likely if you were to hit bumps in the road your bike might bounce and become unattached and fall. The E-Track 2 inch D-Ring # E59143 would work well with a set of tie-downs like the Erickson Cargo Tie Downs # 05605....
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  • Using E-Track, Tie-Downs, and Wheel Chocks to Haul 2 Harley Davidson Motorcycles
  • If I were to haul to Harleys I would make it as safe as possible so a wheel chock would not be a bad idea. Using the E-track is also a good way to go because the track is so versatile. Using a steel plate for support is also the way to go. You have a good grasp on what needs to be done. For a wheel chock, you can use something like # RA-17. It accepts wheels up to 6.5 inches wide. Might I also suggest the motorcycle tie-down assist straps, # 06303. Using these straps on the handle bars...
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  • Removable Wheel Chock Recommendation for an MVP Toy Hauler Trailer and Harley Davidson Motorcycles
  • For an wheel chock that is easily removable, I recommend the Rackem chock, # RA-17. This chock has a base that mounts to the trailer floor and the chock part can easily be removed by loosening the wing nuts at the front. This chock accepts wheels up to 6-1/2 inches wide.
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  • How is the Rackem Wheel Chock # RA-17 Removable
  • The Rack'em wheel chock # RA-17 is actually 2 separate pieces. The base will be permanently installed to the trailer floor. The chock part is removable. It uses 2 wing nuts, included, and the bottom of the chock has pins that fit in special slots on the top of the base. I made a video showing you all of this that will appear on this page.
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  • Can Trailer Hitch Mount Motorcycle Carrier # RHMC1SV be Used with a 865 Pound Kawasaki Vulcan Nomad
  • I do not recommend using the Trailer Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Carrier with Jack and Swivel, # RHMC1SV, if your bike weighs more than 800 pounds. The construction of the carrier is not rated for more than 800 pounds so it could break when used beyond its capacity or at least render the carrier unusable. The warranty will also be voided. Personally, I would not take the chance with my bike. The best bet is to use a small utility trailer large enough for the length and weight of your bike....
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  • Does Rack Em Manufacturing Removable Wheel Chock # RA-17 Include the Base Assembly
  • Yes, the base portion of the Rack 'Em Manufacturing Removable Wheel Chock # RA-17 is included with the chock. The base installs with user-supplied hardware (8 fasteners are needed) and the chock can be easily removed, leaving only the base on the deck of your trailer. This item will accept wheel widths up to 6-1/2-inches. You may want to consider tie down straps like # 05519 to help secure your bike.
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  • What is the Weight Capacity of the # RHMC1SV and Can I Use to Tow 2001 Honda Goldwing
  • I have contacted Oldenkamp and they confirmed that the weight rating capacity of this hitch accessory is not to exceed 800 pounds. That includes the total weight of the bike regardless of whether or not some of the weight is transferred to the rear axle. The manufacturer does not recommend using this carrier for bikes that exceed total 800 pound weight limit. In my research I have found that the weight of the 2001 Honda Goldwing is close to the 800 pound limit, and depending on the...
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  • Can the Rack Em Wheel Chock # RA-17 Be Easily Removed from Its Base
  • Yes, the Rack Em Chock part # RA-17 that you referenced can easily be removed from its base if needed. You would need to just remove the wing nuts and the chock will easily separate from the base.
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