Originally Posted by bill and theresa
Made my own with peices of 4 X4 7 1/4 " wide at top and cut to 20 degrees. drill 1/2 " hole tru the center and a 17" piece of all thread. I put nut and flat washer on top and bottom of bottom peice and just a flat washer and nut on top of top piece. Works great and not expensive.
I think I remember seeing a diagram of these right after you made them and out of curiousity, I had to go outside and see what I had already to make me a set too. The rocking back and forth was driving me crazy and paying around $40 bucks a side was even worse. So I took some 4x4 wood blocks that I had cut off of a fence repair I did and placed them in between my tires and they fit perfectly. The edges were already cut 45 degrees from the edge and so they squeeze down between the tires nice and tight. Free, quick, easy, and most importantly, no tire damage. So for that, Thank you for such a great idea.
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2000 Rockwood Roo M-18 Hybrid
2006 Dodge Ram 2500 Auto 5.9 Diesel
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