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Posted: 01/11/21 01:08pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Skinny D wrote:

bucky wrote:

The best chocks on snow and ice are Ski Chalets.


You had me searching for Ski Chalet as a brand of chock. I get your point. But then, the place I go has no highfalutin chalet... only a parking lot. And I have a TT that offers numerous conveniences admittedly at the cost of some other inconveniences.

With infinite resources, we could all be infinitely endowed so we wouldn't need the input on a forum like this. I don't live in that world.


I thought that Ski Chalet was kind of funny. Of course, years back people asked me to go skiing with them. I had a van for the trip across Ks. But, 6-8 go, then for weeks 1 would wear a cast.

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I'm running with the hex head sheet metal screw idea. Here is what I have so far. Board 70" long x 8" wide. 5" bevel at each end. 6' flat surface which is what I need for the wheel spacing PLUS pulling up on levelers. #10 3/4" hex head screws in the bottom.

I wish I could just post a picture. This forum doesn't have that capability?

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Skinny D wrote:


I wish I could just post a picture. This forum doesn't have that capability?

Yes there is that capability.

Look up to the top right where it says Forum Posting Help and Support

Click that and you will see a whole host of excellent help topics regarding everything you need to know here.

In the topics, 4th item down, there is a Sticky that reads RV.Net Tutorials and Picture Related FAQ's. This is where the gold mine of information is.

Click that, then then see the first link that says
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Click that, and follow the instructions.
Drag and drop a photo, or point to it on your hard drive with the Select button.
It will upload your picture and respond with the code to copy and paste into your thread.

Easy!!

I have a shortcut to it in my browser shortcut bar at the top for easy access.


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