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Old 02-26-2016, 09:17 AM   #1
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New wide axles on 27DSRL

Was just thinking. Since they are so far apart I will not be able to use my X-chocks with this TT, correct? So what is everyone doing for stability and roll safety when set up?
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You will the X-tended chocks. I have them and they work well.
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I changed to Anderson Levels
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We use both the Anderson levelers and the X-tended chocks
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ordered a set of x tended x chocks yesterday. Can't be without them.
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