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Old 03-11-2016, 08:54 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by fella10 View Post
this is how we remove the Andersen Leveler chock piece when I'm ready to come off the AL. When I move forward just a bit to take the weight off the chock, my wife can easily and safely pull both out of the way without having to get down near the tire to remove them. Then I can roll back off the AL. The eye bolts can be put in from either side, depending on which side of the trailer the AL is on. Works great and she stands back away from any danger.

Gonna have to steal that idea.


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Old 03-11-2016, 09:16 AM   #32
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We chock with the red chocks on the side with the Anderson Levelers, then X-Chock both sides to reduce movement in the trailer with walking around. We do not chock the opposite side and have never had a problem with the trailer moving at all.


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