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Does "1500 pounds" for a fiberglass boat include the motor weight, or is that the boat alone - (18' Skeeter)
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Why do you "not" show a view of the back side of the buckle so it is better understood how this mounts to the trailer? I assume from the QA's I've rea
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Can you use steel cable instead of a strap on the winch?
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is it flexable and can bend a little
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C.E. Smith C.E. Smith Wheel Chocks

Protect you and your trailer from tire slippage. Strong, heavy gauge metal chocks fold flat for storage and set up in seconds. Great for tire changing or trailer storage. Two per package. Protects trailer tires from slipping Heavy gauge metal construction Fold flat for storage   
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Questions & Answers for C.E. Smith C.E. Smith Wheel Chocks

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What is the weight rating for this product

asked 5 years, 7 months ago
by
Rick23
on C.E. Smith Wheel Chocks
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answer 1
There is no weight rating that I know of and really no reason for one really...the angle holds the trailer in place. The real question is how long before someone steals them...need a bear trap attachment with some heavy chain!
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answered 5 years, 2 months ago
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bigfishken1
 - lawrenceville, ga
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