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8 x 5 in. Rubber Wheel Chock $5.99 is back!

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Sep 5, 2008
981 posts
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West Kelowna, BC
I have these without the eyebolt... just a bit heavy to lug around, otherwise they work well. A bit overkill perhaps though.
Jr. Member
Jan 14, 2014
109 posts
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I have something similar to keep my car from rolling when I change wheels every season. They are STILL off-gassing something fierce. Anyone know if these need to offgas?
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Nov 20, 2017
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jerschwab wrote: I have these without the eyebolt... just a bit heavy to lug around, otherwise they work well. A bit overkill perhaps though.
It's heavy because it's rubber. I think it's better than cheap plastic.
Newbie
Jun 16, 2017
83 posts
72 upvotes
Markham
I just use a small scrap piece of 2x4.
A bit ghetto but does the same thing.
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Dec 7, 2005
4464 posts
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Abbotsford B.C.
this thing is a waste of money
I just make a chock with a piece of 4x4 and cut them with a $500 saw
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Sep 2, 2014
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Richmond Hill, ON
I've been using two bricks together with jack stands for many yearsSmiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes
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Apr 13, 2004
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York Region, Ontario
These will be great to hold my rustbucket vehicles on my suburban driveway so the neighbours stop complaining about their children getting hit in the street. In for 2.
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Nov 23, 2004
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Ontario
A definite "should have" for an extra layer of safety for all the at home tire changers, especially if your driveway isn't perfectly level. Handy to throw in the trunk for road trips too, as you won't be able to control the grade of the road you could be stuck changing a flat on. I usually toss in chocks and my ryobi battery inflater for long road trips.
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Feb 23, 2005
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Toronto
iamhereredflagdeals wrote: I just use a small scrap piece of 2x4.
A bit ghetto but does the same thing.
No it does not do the same thing. Try driving over a 2x4 on both front wheels. Then try doing the same thing with this on both front wheels.

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