Hi Jim and fellow listers,
I bought a set of wheel chocks (nice folding kind - until I ran one over,
duh!) from Sears. They were really reasonable. Also, I had an '80 Datsun
210 that came with wheel chocks as well - maybe it's a Datsun/Nissan thing?
P.S.: My cats are grateful for my purchase of chocks!
Jim Stuart wrote:
> Well, listers for those of you who are cat deprived, I have found the
> second best wheel chock. I have a very nice folding chock in my old '75
> B, OE from a salvage yard 280 Z, & suddenly realized I needed another
> for the GT. No point in looking for an old Z at this point in time, so
> off to the local Trash Auto. Also, off to the local NAPA; then off to
> the local Sears Auto store; Then off to.....It finally dawned on me that
> not only was this not a common item, nobody even seemed to know what I
> was talking about.
> As a last resort, I stopped in the local Wal-Mart. Guess what? They have
> "Foldable Wheel Chocks" in a 2-pack in with their selection of jacks in
> the automotive section. About $5.00 for the pair. Very heavy duty,
> complete with an "Owners Manual".
> Not even the cat comes with an owners manual.
> Jim Stuart
> 2 V8's, 3 folding wheel chocks.