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Old 10-18-2010, 02:53 PM   #1
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Roto-chocks

I know several of you use these and I am getting ready to order a set. Since it is dark, cold and raining outside I thought I would see if anyone here would know which size of chocks I would need for my 2007 3400RL?

Thanks in advance for keeping me warm and dry.
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Old 10-18-2010, 03:28 PM   #2
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Phil you have to measure the space between thr two tires and whe you order the Roto Chocks you just give them that measurment.
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Old 10-18-2010, 03:36 PM   #3
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quote:Phil you have to measure the space between thr two tires and whe you order the Roto Chocks you just give them that measurment.
Ya, saw that on their website, just hoping someone would remember which ones fit and save me having to go out in the rain and measure mine.
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Old 10-18-2010, 06:41 PM   #4
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HA HA get a umbrella and do it, remember the quote "measure twice and cut once" same goes with the CHOCKS you cant blame anybody but yourself of the measurements were wrong.
Also water does dry off.
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Old 10-18-2010, 09:57 PM   #5
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That's the same thing the DW told me!!
I guess I better head out with my measuring stick and slicker.
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To bad you are not headed towards Texas. I have a pair I don't use.

They fit the Monty fine with the original Mission tires. When I upgraded to the Michelin "RIBS", they were tight, but they worked.
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Wayne you have my attention! Perhaps we could work a deal including shipping? or would the shipping (to Indiana) be too costly?

Let me know vis PM if you are interested.
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I'm on the road. We just traveled through Indiana today on I-64 and we are now in St. Louis, IL at the KOA. We will not be home until the last of October. I'll have to see how much each weighs and what the shipping costs would be. I'll have to wait until then and let you know. Jog my memory the fist of November.

I just finished looking for pictures of what I have and I cannot find them. They are not "Roto Chocks," but function the same way. There is a 3/4 inche box-end ratchet that goes with them and they fit between the wheel the same way as the roto-chock. I'll take a picture of one of them when I get home and post it. If you are still interested we can deal. I believe the original price for "each" was about $70. We'll talk.
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