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Ironton Contoured Wheel Chock - Rubber with Reinforced Nylon

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The Ironton Contoured Wheel Chock is a heavy-duty chock designed to fit almost any size tire perfectly for superb stability. Tough rubber construction with reinforced nylon fibers is UV-, oil-, salt- and acid-resistant for long life. Sold individually. Working Width in. 7, Includes qty. 1, Material Rubber, Height in. 8 1/4, Length in. 10 1/4. Includes a large eyebolt for easy carrying or combining multiple chocks together 10 1/4 in. L x 7 in. W x 8 1/4 in. H
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Is this chock solid construction or hollow?

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MLBa
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This wheel chock is hollow.
answered 8 months ago
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IrontonExpert
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It is mostly solid with two indentions underneath. These are plenty substantial and will not scoot around. The rubber base grips the concrete. Works great.
answered 7 months ago
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Dboy87
 - Dallas TX
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