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Old 07-11-2015, 04:29 PM   #11
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Rockfordroo, i guess i understand what your saying about the lynx. I have four sets. My other trailer had enough space between the tires to put a 4-3-2-1 pyramid. I would put one setup between and one in front or in back of tires. I would pull forward or backwards depending on how I set it up. I guess i could do the whole setup of two 4-3-2-1 stacks (if i need to go that high) and just backup or go forward until tires are lined up. Its something I need to play around with i guess. Oh and you must have a smaller x chock than me because there is nooooo way mine will go between my tires. Thanks
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Old 07-11-2015, 05:10 PM   #12
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X chock problem solved. After messing with the wrench and getting past a stuck point, i was able to collapse the device small enough to get in between the tires. I guess the bonus is I barely have to open it to firm it up to the tires.
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Old 07-11-2015, 05:13 PM   #13
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X chock problem solved. After messing with the wrench and getting past a stuck point, i was able to collapse the device small enough to get in between the tires. I guess the bonus is I barely have to open it to firm it up to the tires.
I wondered about that after seeing the picture you posted.

A little WD-40?

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Old 07-12-2015, 12:02 AM   #14
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X chock problem solved. After messing with the wrench and getting past a stuck point, i was able to collapse the device small enough to get in between the tires. I guess the bonus is I barely have to open it to firm it up to the tires.
Glad you figured it out. I WAS going say that your pic didn't look like it was fully collapsed. (I store mine in the box they came in; I HAVE to close them all the way to get them back into the box.)
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Old 07-12-2015, 09:14 AM   #15
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I have a very similar unit as the OP's (Micro Lite 25KS). I used my x-chocks for the first time with it recently and didn't notice any difference than with using standard plastic chocks.
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220Chap, i tend to agree with you. In my driveway which is fairly level along with plastic chocks and the stabilizers down the camper barely moves. I got the xchock to fit and I will probably just use it on the side of the camper which has blocks under tires just to make my wife get more of a sense of safety. She always requests I put it in whether it helps or not lol.
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