Down, with the bike in 1st gear.Do you think the kickstand should be up/down?
I had one for the front that was basically just a 2x4 screwed to a 2x6 and hooks at the ends. All it did was keep the tire off the front wall of the truckbed so it wasn't much of a chock; it could slide around a LOT on a metal truckbed so it was important to cinch the bike forward.I'm thinking about making a some type of front wheel chock out of some scrap 2 X 6's
I use my truck to haul a lot of stuff, so when I was looking around at the caps they just would work with the stuff I carry.adlowe said:This worked fine for my old F150 but not so well on my Ram 3500 -- which is higher off the ground. Since I've got a cap on the Ram, I'm thinking that I'll be going with a trailer rather than the pickup bed because the cap is hard to remove/reinstall and the truckbed is so high.