locking bow chocks

23beal

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does anyone no a place that sells locking chocks? im having trouble finding a pair-

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i searched west marine website up n down and didnt see any-if you have a chance can you send me the link -

thanks MDI-
 

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i just tried to locate the windline chocks they would have been perfect -unfortunatly still didcontinued -thought they would be an easy thing to find - guess i was wrong-lol
 

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have to give another thumbs up for that Windline one. we set up a couple of them running down the gunnel of our last boat to control the anchor line going from the bow back to the basket. Worth the hour or two of internet searching to try and find someone selling a pair.
 

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have to give another thumbs up for that Windline one. we set up a couple of them running down the gunnel of our last boat to control the anchor line going from the bow back to the basket. Worth the hour or two of internet searching to try and find someone selling a pair.
thats exactly what i want them for-i want to try n keep people off the bow much when bottom fishing- would like to put a few extra on to help eliminate using a bridle also. was on ebay before-no dice-i cant belive there arent any around and they dont make them anymore-
 

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How about just placing 2 chocks in-line about 4-6 inches apart, offset them and it should hold the line without letting it jump out.
 

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How about just placing 2 chocks in-line about 4-6 inches apart, offset them and it should hold the line without letting it jump out.
that would work but its not really the way i want to go- if i cant find what im looking for i will go to the machine shop and have something made- thanks for the input though-
 

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Windline is the ones i have on my boat......they work great....i got it at West
yeah-they are discontinued- i will by yours if you want to sell them or i could unbolt them off my buddys dixon- you think he would notice? lol- j/k
 
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