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post #1 of 33 (permalink) Old 08-11-2007, 06:31 PM Thread Starter
 
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who wants to buy me...

a baxley sport chock?

ok, no seriously, I'll pay for it but can one of ya Nesba membership holders or race license holders order it so I get the discount?
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post #2 of 33 (permalink) Old 08-11-2007, 07:13 PM
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I got mine for $150 shipped

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Condors are better anyway, you can get them through 5Axis.

I sold my Baxleys and now I have 8 Condors in the trailer.

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I like the condors for dedicated trailer mounts. but for more versital use in the pits or in the back of a pickup I like the baxleys.




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I love both my Baxley's. I couldn't wait any longer for the group buy, a bike fell over in my trailer and that was the last straw.
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Condors are better anyway, you can get them through 5Axis.

I sold my Baxleys and now I have 8 Condors in the trailer.
who's 5axis?
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post #7 of 33 (permalink) Old 08-11-2007, 09:18 PM Thread Starter
 
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I got mine for $150 shipped
where at and can you get me one?

I just need it for the back of my truck and I don't want to permanently mount it
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Here I thought from the title ya were selling yourself
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I got mine for $150 shipped
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holy shit! dont know who you stole it from, but you got 1 amazing deal!!



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I like the condors for dedicated trailer mounts. but for more versital use in the pits or in the back of a pickup I like the baxleys.
+1 although ive never owned the condors, but personally dont like them, they dont lock secure enough for me. it allows the bike to wobble to much for my liking.



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Wobble? Hell, you can;t even get my bikes out of the Condors when we get to the track. Ask anyone who has ridden with me in the last year or so.

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Oddy +1 I do not like the Condors at all for the same reason. My Baxley locks the bike in 100%. No questions asked. From the few Condors I have seen they are not as stable. Plenty of peeps happy with them, but I'll stick with my Baxley.

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wink ive seen you wiggle your bike back and forth on them, in the pits to jar them out of it, or when you were trying to change the angle of them while the bike is in it.
you would'nt be able to wiggle it as much as that. i would say 50% increase securing with a baxley



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I do plan on buying the trailer model of the condor one of these days to mount permanently. although the baxley mounting system is only one bolt so it's not that bad to dismount it on an off, but it would be one less thing to do when packing and unpacking. plus the I think the trailer models are like 160 new so much cheaper than buying another baxley




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Pitbull doesnt make this kind of stand you ding bat




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post #21 of 33 (permalink) Old 08-11-2007, 10:53 PM
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I thought you had a Baxley sport chock, or did you sell that one? Either way, try checking the wera racing forum or ebay.

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Gee I wonder why?
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Trailer mounting, nothing but strapless stands as they are the shit. Mount them close to the wall or what not. The single best trailer mount system hands down. Don't even carry tie straps anymore in the trailer.

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Trailer mounting, nothing but strapless stands as they are the shit. Mount them close to the wall or what not. The single best trailer mount system hands down. Don't even carry tie straps anymore in the trailer.

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where at and can you get me one?

I just need it for the back of my truck and I don't want to permanently mount it
It was off the classified section on dcsportbikes.com

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wink ive seen you wiggle your bike back and forth on them, in the pits to jar them out of it, or when you were trying to change the angle of them while the bike is in it.
you would'nt be able to wiggle it as much as that. i would say 50% increase securing with a baxley

For track rubber the condors are typically adjusted to LOWEST clamping force to reduce the deformation of the nice soft rubber. We have all ours set this way and I believe Wink does also. If you want more clamping just move the cradle back. All it takes is one pin.

Tony is right on the money with the trailer condor @160
It would be easy to modify into a pitstop like model just make your own "cross piece". $20 and a trip to the hardware store should do it.

I dig the strappless stands. They work great for a specific bike. We often have a variety pack so they would not work so well for our application

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Wobble? Hell, you can;t even get my bikes out of the Condors when we get to the track. Ask anyone who has ridden with me in the last year or so.
I vouch for wink on this one. All the bikes survived a plunge over the curb and into a ditch.

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I picked up a sweet stand, I think it's called a "sidestand" or maybe "kickstand". It's attached to the bike.

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