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Old 03-28-2016, 07:17 AM   #1
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Which size X-Chocks?

Hey everyone. TT is at the storage facility and I was wondering if anyone might know the answer to my question. We have a 2016 Cherokee Grey Wolf 23dbh. I am wanting to buy a pair of X-Chocks for it but I do not know if I should buy the standard ones or the extended. Does anyone by any chance know which ones will work for my TT? Thanks so much.
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According to the axle spacing on the youtube video of the limited, I would guess you need the extended. but will let those that have one and bought x-chocks tell you for sure.
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Looks like the axle spacing isnt quite what I have on my Coachmen and I require the extended ones. Although They compress down quite a way, you might only need the regular ones. Probably best to go out and take some measurements and save some frustration.
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Forget the X Chocks. They are a pain in the neck to use. Look at the Equa-Li-Zer step on Chocks. Much better and they are more stable and easier to use. I have a set of X's that are $25. No sale yet. No one wants them.
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