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Old 09-29-2012, 02:04 AM   #11
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X chocks work on mine also once I got them cranked in all the way. I used a shot of Tri-Flow Lube spray and it made it easier.

btw)... used Tri-flow for everthing. It especially works great on the folding steps
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Old 09-29-2012, 07:37 AM   #12
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We went with Roto chocks also.
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Old 09-30-2012, 12:56 PM   #13
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Another vote for the X-Chocks - what we use on our 34TBOK
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Roto Choks - their sizes are customizeed to the space between the wheels (you measure and order the specific ones you need) -- they fit as small as you need.
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Roto Choks - their sizes are customizeed to the space between the wheels (you measure and order the specific ones you need) -- they fit as small as you need.
X2...I just got these in for our camper and they worked great!
Like them better than my X Chocks from our previous camper...thanks to everyone who recommended these
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X2...I just got these in for our camper and they worked great!
Like them better than my X Chocks from our previous camper...thanks to everyone who recommended these
If the X Chocks and the Roto Choks both lock the wheels, what is the difference in them other than the way they are installed?
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Old 10-06-2012, 06:45 AM   #17
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If the X Chocks and the Roto Choks both lock the wheels, what is the difference in them other than the way they are installed?
X Chocks don't fit small gaps between tires ( mine was just under 1 3/4"), so I got to order the specific size needed through RotoChocks.
On install, RotoChocks so much faster, no cranking the ratchet a million times. Roto's have a cleaner fit and finish with little metal parts to fuss with like luring.
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