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Old 07-02-2021, 08:40 PM   #41
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They are the same. You only save a buck picking them up at Harbor Freight. But if you catch them on sale at HF, you can get 'em about 5 bucks each.
I got an Open Box set of four for $7 or so at the Harbor Freight warehouse in Dillon, SC. Just happened to be on I-95 returning home from Florida and decided to stop in. Also a $75 belt/disc sander that had been returned for $25. But I sure wouldn't drive there just hoping for a deal like that.

And yes, the chocks had a really strong aroma.
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Old 07-02-2021, 09:02 PM   #42
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Nice deal Larry, happy chocking and sanding!
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Old 07-03-2021, 02:14 PM   #43
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To chock or not to chock

I have a single axle - a 2019 rPod-179 that I tow with a 2020 RAM Classic 1500. The hitch ball top sticks up at about 30" off the pavement when I elevate the hitch to finally disengage the trailer from the hitch. I automatically chock front and back of each TT wheel before I start. To level front to back, I lower the tongue with the electric jack. "There ain't no way" I would NOT use chocks to accomplish this for none other than personal safety. Yes, it IS worth the bother. The trailer stays put - with confidence.


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Old 07-05-2021, 09:02 PM   #44
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Just my 2Ę on the levelers - I bought these on Amazon a couple months ago and I'm very happy with them. Seem stouter than the Anderson blocks and cost a little less.
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