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2012 Zuma 50cc

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  • #16
    Do they sell chocks for scooters or how are people tying these down in trailers?

    All the stuff I have is for full size bikes.
    NESBA #307
    WERA, MCRA, Moto Series Nv. #307
    2007 GSXR 1000
    2005 SV650

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    • #17
      I have a V nose trailer and I put the front wheel in the V (I also bolted a standard wheel chock to the floor) and put 2 small sections of E-Track on the wall on either side of the V, and I use an E-Track tie down strap across, just under the handle bars. It compresses the front suspension, and the rear does not move.
      Carl
      2012 Yamaha Zuma 50F
      2009 Yamaha R6 (track)
      2012 Ducati 1199 Panigale S (street)

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      • #18
        Originally posted by some guy #2 View Post
        Do they sell chocks for scooters or how are people tying these down in trailers?

        All the stuff I have is for full size bikes.
        I stuff the front of my Kymco into my Baxley chock and tie her down
        A #271

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        • #19
          ^All I have is the HF grey wheel chock which is way to big for the Zuma. I didn't know if they made a smaller pingel type chock. I can stuff it in the corner of my truck but on an open trailer I don't anything to wedge against it.
          NESBA #307
          WERA, MCRA, Moto Series Nv. #307
          2007 GSXR 1000
          2005 SV650

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          • #20
            Originally posted by some guy #2 View Post
            ^All I have is the HF grey wheel chock which is way to big for the Zuma. I didn't know if they made a smaller pingel type chock. I can stuff it in the corner of my truck but on an open trailer I don't anything to wedge against it.
            I have got a couple of Pingel chocks I don't use anymore, $20 + shipping a piece. Don't have bolts
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            • #21
              I need something that is quick release since I have a folding trailer. On the hunt and thanks for the offer!
              NESBA #307
              WERA, MCRA, Moto Series Nv. #307
              2007 GSXR 1000
              2005 SV650

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              • #22
                Picked up the black beast today

                Tonight I see how fast it can go!!
                NESBA #307
                WERA, MCRA, Moto Series Nv. #307
                2007 GSXR 1000
                2005 SV650

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by some guy #2 View Post
                  Picked up the black beast today

                  Tonight I see how fast it can go!!
                  nice!! pit bike races at putnam!! i'm bringing my TTR
                  Midwest: #21 (Ya know the discontinued region)
                  CCS: #219
                  2009 Kawasaki zx6r

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by j_fuggin_t View Post
                    nice!! pit bike races at putnam!! i'm bringing my TTR
                    some guy #2 you are SO SCREWED!
                    (B)rian - 87
                    1999 ZX-6R - Track
                    2009 ZX-6R - Street

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                    • #25
                      Does anyone make adjustable levers for Zuma's or some other scooter? My fiance has to stretch her hands to grab the brakes. I that this stuff for granted on a regular bike and ebay is coming up empty.
                      NESBA #307
                      WERA, MCRA, Moto Series Nv. #307
                      2007 GSXR 1000
                      2005 SV650

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                      • #26
                        Heat and bend a stock lever?

                        Not sure there is much of a market for adjustable scooter levers, but it wouldn't be hard to pull a cheap replacement off eBay and then mod it. So long as its not contacting the grip, I don't foresee any pitfalls.
                        Chris
                        NESBA "A" #524
                        WERA "N" #524
                        MotoSeries "N" #521

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                        • #27
                          ^Doesn't the Al not take kindly to bending? The other problem is I ride the thing to so being able to adjust for both of us would be a plus. Apparently ASV has a fix but good lord it's like $180 for levers for a scooter!

                          I'd need dimensions from multiple bikes to see which one fits a Zuma. The lever perch seems really small compared to my GSXR.
                          NESBA #307
                          WERA, MCRA, Moto Series Nv. #307
                          2007 GSXR 1000
                          2005 SV650

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