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Old 06-09-2014, 09:44 AM   #11
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Thats interesting... I will have to check mine out. Another thing that has an expiration date is a portable air tank. I suspose after so many years the metal can weaken and maybe it could fail under pressure? I'm guessing its just an insurance policy for the manufactures of these items...
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Old 06-14-2014, 02:25 AM   #12
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On another forum the guys are buying the Anderson leveling system. It has become very popular. You can raise and chalk your trailer in one step, and just drive off the system when your ready to go. Rather expensive but this makes me wonder if it has a expiration date.
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I'm not throwing out my expired chocks either.
The Chock Police are watching....
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Old 06-14-2014, 10:58 AM   #14
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I never knew that they expired!
I do have a bent one (yellow) that was run over,
My friends just got a motor home, So I got a lot of things from them, RV cover
Tires covers, More chocks I have about 10 of them now.
clear plastic screen door slide.
I will be getting a 4 foot board to drive up on for leveling
I had one, Loan the truck to some friends so they could do some burning in the back yard, (yes they burned it) I would just leave it in the truck.
what one more piece of wood.
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If anyone want to discard their old expired bottled water let me know.
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