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Looks easier than the Alko thing -- and should be OK with all wheels -- and don't need the receiver. .

 

OK How much?

 

Is it Security rated?

 

I like the look of it though. .

 

Maurice

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Hi

Also look at the Purple Line Excalabur, it works on the same principle and comes with its own receiver. It is also security rated. Mine was about £80 and easy to fit.

Sandy

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Hi

Also look at the Purple Line Excalabur, it works on the same principle and comes with its own receiver. It is also security rated. Mine was about £80 and easy to fit.

Sandy

 

Hi Sandy,

My van has got twin axle movers so I am restricted on height where the Excaliber chock goes, can you please tell me how high the chock body is?

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Terry Birch
The tourer days are over, we now have an Hobby D500 GESC.

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Hi

I hope the link helps. Has your van got the Alko receiver or are you going to use the lock receiver. I use both depending on how the holes in the alloy wheels line up. Lots of leeway on the lock pin as it is not designed to be wheel specific like the Alko version

http://www. purpleline. co. uk/Fullstop/excalibur/Main. html

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Hi

I hope the link helps. Has your van got the Alko receiver or are you going to use the lock receiver. I use both depending on how the holes in the alloy wheels line up. Lots of leeway on the lock pin as it is not designed to be wheel specific like the Alko version

http://www. purpleline. co. uk/Fullstop/excalibur/Main. html

 

I'm on a BPW chassis, so I will have to use the reciever, that is why I want the height of the actual base unit or chock as Purple Line call it, as that will have to slide under the mover roller covers.

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Terry Birch
The tourer days are over, we now have an Hobby D500 GESC.

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Hi

If you follow the link and click on gallery it shows a good view of the chock. I have an Enduro mover fitted in front of the van wheel and it clears the roller without any trouble. Let me know if you want me to measure it up

Sandy

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Hi

If you follow the link and click on gallery it shows a good view of the chock. I have an Enduro mover fitted in front of the van wheel and it clears the roller without any trouble. Let me know if you want me to measure it up

Sandy

 

I would appreciate it Sandy if you could measure the height of the chock as I only have 4. 75" from the bottom of the mover covers to the ground.

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Terry Birch
The tourer days are over, we now have an Hobby D500 GESC.

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Hi

Just measured the height of the chock fractionally under 90mm.

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Sandy

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Thanks Sandy, they will definitely go under my movers, but before I buy them I first want to see and compare the new Milenco Thru the Wheel Lock.

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Terry Birch
The tourer days are over, we now have an Hobby D500 GESC.

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Hi Guys

 

We also have 2 Excalburs and have no problems putting them on the wheels even though we have a twin motor movers fitted. Sometimeswe either put one lock on either side of the van or the two locks just one side.

bobsnobs

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Hi Terry

I don't know if you have realised but the lock type with its own receiver will fit on both sides of the van not just the nearside as used by the Alko unit. This means the unit can be fitted both in front or behind the wheel depending on which side you fit it and it should be unaffected by the mover. The other advantage of an offside fix is it is not obscured by the awning draft strip and hence more of a deterrent to the light fingered. I guess the Milenco version will do the same

Regards

Sandy

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Just found a place that sells the milenco £114. 95. .. www. mmleisure. co. uk

 

 

Swiftie

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Just found a place that sells the milenco £114. 95. .. www. mmleisure. co. uk

 

 

Swiftie

 

Milenco will sell me a pair for £199. 98, but as I have said before I want to see them first, so that I can compare them with the Excaliber

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Terry Birch
The tourer days are over, we now have an Hobby D500 GESC.

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I paid £70 for my Excaliber

 

It also fits in the Alko receiver as i tried it my friends van

Hyundai Santa Fe

 

SWIFT Oronsay 570

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