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Quick Wheel Chock for Stabilization

Thu, 2 Sep 2010|

Dave Dalrymple discusses a simple chock you can build that lets you quickly stabilize a vehicle during extrication operations and that remains flush with the side of the vehicle. Sponsored by Holmatro.

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Transcript

I rescuers. -- -- -- I'd like to talk to you today about some some -- training evolution and some concepts. That we're gonna talk about over time the first -- we're gonna talk about is. Think about your stabilization of your vehicle on its wheels now I know most times is what we're dealing with a with a -- -- motor vehicle crash. The vehicle is abrupt right. We use scripting either normal craving and wedges or more than likely you're gonna he stepped shocks now you're all familiar -- step -- work. One of the things to think about is -- -- they have become much lower to the ground.

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