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Checkers Monster Industrial Wheel Chocks

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$288.50
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ITEM #MC3000-WHEEL-CHOCK
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Key Features:

  • Multiple options for wheel sizes up to 165" in diameter
  • Strongest option supports vehicles weighing up to 800 tons
  • Designed for maximum friction on gravel

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Made in the USA
Material:
Polyurethane
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Checkers Monster Industrial Wheel Chocks, the best-selling and most-used wheel chocks within the mining industry, are ideal for preventing heavy-duty equipment such as haul trucks, loaders, and cranes from accidentally moving or rolling downhill. Multiple versions are available for wheels up to 165" in diameter on vehicles weighing up to 800 tons.The lightweight, damage-resistant polyurethane construction will not corrode when exposed to oils, fuels, or other solvents. Each wheel chock features a recessed carrying handle molded right into its surface for easy set-up and transportation and comes with replaceable anti-slip rubber pads for enhanced underside traction on pavement and gravel. Holes in the sides of the chocks are designed to fit chains, ropes, or brackets to make hanging storage as simple as possible. For the most efficient storage solution, mount the wheel chocks directly onto your vehicle using this optional mounting bracket. All industrial wheel chocks are sold individually.

  • Multiple options for wheel sizes up to 165" in diameter
  • Strongest option supports vehicles weighing up to 800 tons
  • Designed for maximum friction on gravel
  • Meets MSHA standards
  • Tough polyurethane construction resists oils, fuels, and solvents
Usage Guidelines
Improper use may result in product failure; Select wheel chock according to vehicle type and size; Always use in pairs and on firm surfaces; Chock in direction of grade; Chock both sides of wheel if direction of grade is undetermined; Use only after parking brake is applied and tested; Center chocks snugly and squarely against tread of each wheel; Always test chocks to insure they meet requirements; Do not drive over wheel chocks
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