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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 17-06-2007, 19:28
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But how do you use two together,put them on top of each other
Yep, but there is nowt wrong with your solution just that we had seen this done.
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The black Milenco blocks are higher than the Fiammas
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post #13 of 17 (permalink) Old 09-11-2010, 21:48
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The black Milenco blocks are higher than the Fiammas
It just happens that I have a set of Milenco Quads for sale at £20, the downside is I live near Market Rasen.

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Hi.

We screwed some 75mm x 150mm planks to the bottom of our blocks. You can also put extra planks underneath it all.

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dig a hole beside each rear wheel and reverse into them
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I broke my Fiamma chocks first time out trying to increase the height! Unless they are well support along the whole length like kbsserv shows they can snap. I now use the remnants with planks and sometimes chock even higher than shown in the pic using wood off cuts.

I have three planks all of different thickness and place these where required to ensure the van is level in both directions. Usually only two are required but occasionally three.

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Hi
I have recently puchased a pair of milenco quatro ramps they are plenty high enough and have 4 wheel grip levels riversway leisure are the cheapest look on there web site.
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