Old 11-12-2019, 11:35 AM
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hbouldin1216
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Never used chocks on my titan 2wd, but saw a guy at the ramp one day with a genius idea that I've since adopted. Standard Harbor Freight wheel chock with a line run through the notch up to a loop that you slide over your driver side mirror. Add an extra foot or two to eliminate stress on the mirror but also keeps it out of your rear gear. Chock behind front left wheel. When you pull up the ramp, the chock just drags behind you until you're on the flat and can remove it. About $10 worth of insurance.
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