Wood Wheel Chocks

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These chocks feature heavy duty wood construction and are finished in bright safety yellow. Connected with 18" of braided nylon rope. Choose between Plain 10" x 3.25" x 4.5" and Custom 10" x 3.25" x 4.5 with your N# or company name printed in black.

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Ex: (N#) xxxxx - (Text) abcdef
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March 25, 2022

Nice set, looks good.

Air T
August 19, 2019


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Q: What are the dimensions of these Wood Wheel Chocks?

The dimensions are: 10" Length x 2-1/4" Height x 4-1/2" Width. The two chocks are connected by an 18" braided nylon rope.

Q: What is the weight of these chocks?

These chocks weigh approximately 2.25 lbs.

Q: The pricing is per pair, by pair are you guys referring to two sets (4 pieces of wood)?

No. Each pair equates to two pieces of wood tied together by the rope. Each pair is good for one wheel. So if you wanted chocks for three wheels, quantity 3 would be needed.

Q: How do I add my N number?

Select the custom option, then when you add the item to your cart you will be prompted to fill in your N Number for customization.

Q: Is the N number on both sides of each piece of wood? If not, what wheel are these for so the N number is visible with the rope positioned outward? The picture shows it would be the right gear.

The N number on the custom chocks is on both sides of the chocks.

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