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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-15-2013, 02:27 PM Thread Starter
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Exclamation wheel choks.

I suppose I have to rewrite this, considering the english nazi had to private message me and belittle my grammar, has ANYONE on this forum used, or have been using the U.S. general brand wheel chock from harbor freight. Iím on the fence but the cost is cheaper than I can fabricate a new one. Modifying this will not be an issue but I cannot get the steel for less than fifty u.s. dollars.
ge mike i chure hope dis is good enuf fir u ...... let me no. tanks.. fyi.(that means for your information) most of us realize we r not writing correctly and last time i checked i didnt care.

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-13-2013, 12:35 AM
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The "didn't care" part is relevant, certainly. That is the problem.

Have not used that wheel chock. What exactly are you wanting to know? Safety? Does it work as represented?

I use Condor wheel chocks. Best on the planet. Probably not priced like what you are looking at, but they do the best job and they are extremely safe for you and your bike.
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It wasn't so much the price, it was wether or not i was over paying. I wanted feedback i will pay good money for something that is a superior product. I purchased 2 of the harbor freight choks. i will say the work as designed and as good as the condors. There are no real noticable fabrication defects and i believe they will serve the purpose... only draw back, the condors are aluminum and a hell of alot lighter.
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