Condor PS1500 wheel chock set up & demonstration video

The Condor Wheel Chock model PS1500 is easy to setup and use. It's an extremely valuable tool for your shop, garage, or even trailer with the optional TK3000 trailer kit. The motorcycle used in the demonstration is a 2007 yellow Ducati 1098. Condor wheel chocks are manufactured by Condor-Lift and you may buy them at www.DUNCANMOTO.com There are several different models available including the ps1500tk which includes a trailer kit, a trailer only model, sc2000, and scooter chocks and accessories for your sport bike or cruiser.

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