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Old 08-26-2014, 01:24 PM   #43
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How much are those wheel chocks?
I like the idea of a padlock.
I was considering getting the "boot" like the parking police put on, but this serves 2 purposes and is smaller to haul around and easier to put on.
and it's aluminum...

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Old 08-26-2014, 01:36 PM   #44
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Hi to everyone--Yes we still make the aluminum wheel locks that lock with a padlock--I havent been able to finish assembly--Dad has been down with a broken back and fighting cancer--At this point we have the 7 and 4 in Jack stands and sewer hose holder kits--Im hoping to be caught up in 2 weeks with our work and then on to dads--So if you are still interested in the wheel locks please give me a little longer and I will have them in classifieds soon--Thanks Deb 1419 c/0 Harold 15703
I have your 4" jack stand and really love it! Sorry to hear about your dad - continued health and success to you both!

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Old 08-26-2014, 01:37 PM   #45
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Originally Posted by casa3805 View Post
Same ones we have bmklawt. Came with the trailer when we bought it. I love them. Easy on and off, adjustable, no tools needed and the handle stays attached but when you release them they make a pretty small package that drops right into the bed of the truck. I use them all the time. Level site or not, they just add great stability and peace of mind when raising the front jack.
Guess it is just a personal choice, couple of 4 x 4's, cut to length, will also work.
I have one of these as well. I bought it commercially, but it has been 20 years ago (which speaks for its durability) and I have no idea where. It has no brand stamped on it.

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Old 08-26-2014, 02:06 PM   #46
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Made a set of these today wonder how they will compare to a set of x chocks?
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Old 08-26-2014, 07:44 PM   #47
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Made a set of these today wonder how they will compare to a set of x chocks?
I have X chocks. I'm sure your homemade ones are quicker to get locked into place.

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Old 08-26-2014, 09:20 PM   #48
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X Marks the Spot

I use a combination; a wedge chock when I'm unhitching and X chocks once I'm leveled. Also, when retracted, they require very little storage space.
Now, if only I had enough room to use a cordless drill to expand and retract them. (Maybe I need to add a right angle chuck to the toolbox?).


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