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bad00serg

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Re: wheel chock"s
« Reply #15 on: November 28, 2018, 09:26:28 AM »

Related to all the comments about the Condor being hard to get the bike out of...your Condor is likely not adjusted correctly.  The shoe that moves when the front wheel goes fully forward into the chock is not supposed to be touching the ground.  It should be "floating" fairly level with the ground.
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Re: wheel chock"s
« Reply #16 on: November 28, 2018, 02:15:04 PM »

Seems like this comes up at least once a year, Which is best? Condor or Wheel Doc? Well I have had both, both work nice. The Condor is my choice as it is cheaper, simpler (to me) and just as easy to use. Lots of folks say the Condor is hard to get the bike out of, It is not, if properly adjusted. The Wheel Doc requires different parts to change tire sizes, the Condor does not. Condor wins on all fronts, for me. I now have three. I sold my Wheel Doc, actually traded for a Condor, with a guy who thought the Condor was hard to use. After trading I adjusted the shoe, then he wanted to trade back. Nope.
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Re: wheel chock"s
« Reply #17 on: November 28, 2018, 03:40:56 PM »

Good to know. If I bet get another Condor, I’ll know how to adjust it. Thank you. 

Rob


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