For those that have them in your trailers, what size chocks are you using?
Pay no attention to someone that doesn't even own a trailer . . .K9inAZ said:For those that have them in your trailers, what size chocks are you using?
No studs with my chocks, just rounded slides countersunk into the floor. Sorry, I thought you had used e-track in your old trailer . . .ConqSoft said:Who said anything about e-track? :huh:
Pit-Bull chocks just require two small studs to be left sticking up went the chocks aren't installed.
Did you see the mounts I made to put my pit bulls on etrack? There are things that could be done better but they are very convenient and work wellK9inAZ said:I keep up with the Jones, I purchased two Pit Bull wheel chocks! Oh yeah, I have four 10' E-tracks installed in the trailer, so there! Heh heh heh heh
Mine isn't a V nose and is set up for 3 bikes. I have the middle one positioned approximately 1 foot forward of the 2 sides. I'll check to see if I have any pictures showing the mounting, but it's 8.5' wide, so it probably won't help you very much.Nate_929 said:Abtech,
I just purchased 2 Pingel chocks for my trailer that will be here next week. My question is I've seen a few trailers posted here with pictures of them off set. Can some post their layout to place them in a 6X10 V nose. I know it's not rocket science but I'm sure you all have it down to a science