BRAND:

Whitecap 
Metal:

Stainless Steel 316 
Type:

Straight Chocks 
 Questions & Answers about 316 Stainless Steel Straight Chocks:
 20160121 FRANK GAGLIARDI asked:
WILL THEY HOLD 3/4 IN LINE?  +Expand Answers
 20160121 Rick White:
No you will need the 6" part # WHI6083  20160122 WAYNE GRABOW:
Yes, they will hold 3/4" line easily.
 20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER asked:
I need, please, to know the 'height' of the chock 'ear' and the open distance between the tops of the 'ears' on the 6" chocks? Line diameter will not help in the installation I need. Thanks.  +Expand Answers
 20150902 Rick White:
The height of the chock ear opening is 1", the distance between the ears is 1 7/8".  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the chock. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20150902 WAYNE GRABOW:
The tops of the ears on the 6" straight chock are 1 5/16" apart, and the ears stand just over 1" tall above the deck.  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the cleat. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20131015 DOBBS FRYBERGER asked:
what size fasteners and what is the distance between holes?  +Expand Answers
 20131016 Rick White:
The 6" uses a 1/4" screw distance between holes is about 5", don't have exact measurements.  20131017 Dobbs Fryberger:
I am trying to replace an existing pair of chocks, so the distance is important. It would be easier to get an exact measurement than to order them and have to return them if the measurement is not correct
 20131106 WAYNE GRABOW:
The fasteners are #10 size, and the distance between holes is 4 1/8 inches.
 20130619 A shopper asked:
what is the size of chock ?  +Expand Answers
 20130628 Kevin V:
5/8" line fits in this chock.
 20160121 FRANK GAGLIARDI asked:
WILL THEY HOLD 3/4 IN LINE?  +Expand Answers
 20160121 Rick White:
No you will need the 6" part # WHI6083  20160122 WAYNE GRABOW:
Yes, they will hold 3/4" line easily.
 20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER asked:
I need, please, to know the 'height' of the chock 'ear' and the open distance between the tops of the 'ears' on the 6" chocks? Line diameter will not help in the installation I need. Thanks.  +Expand Answers
 20150902 Rick White:
The height of the chock ear opening is 1", the distance between the ears is 1 7/8".  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the chock. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20150902 WAYNE GRABOW:
The tops of the ears on the 6" straight chock are 1 5/16" apart, and the ears stand just over 1" tall above the deck.  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the cleat. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20131015 DOBBS FRYBERGER asked:
what size fasteners and what is the distance between holes?  +Expand Answers
 20131016 Rick White:
The 6" uses a 1/4" screw distance between holes is about 5", don't have exact measurements.  20131017 Dobbs Fryberger:
I am trying to replace an existing pair of chocks, so the distance is important. It would be easier to get an exact measurement than to order them and have to return them if the measurement is not correct
 20131106 WAYNE GRABOW:
The fasteners are #10 size, and the distance between holes is 4 1/8 inches.
 20130619 A shopper asked:
what is the size of chock ?  +Expand Answers
 20130628 Kevin V:
5/8" line fits in this chock.
 20160121 FRANK GAGLIARDI asked:
WILL THEY HOLD 3/4 IN LINE?  +Expand Answers
 20160121 Rick White:
No you will need the 6" part # WHI6083  20160122 WAYNE GRABOW:
Yes, they will hold 3/4" line easily.
 20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER asked:
I need, please, to know the 'height' of the chock 'ear' and the open distance between the tops of the 'ears' on the 6" chocks? Line diameter will not help in the installation I need. Thanks.  +Expand Answers
 20150902 Rick White:
The height of the chock ear opening is 1", the distance between the ears is 1 7/8".  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the chock. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20150902 WAYNE GRABOW:
The tops of the ears on the 6" straight chock are 1 5/16" apart, and the ears stand just over 1" tall above the deck.  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the cleat. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20131015 DOBBS FRYBERGER asked:
what size fasteners and what is the distance between holes?  +Expand Answers
 20131016 Rick White:
The 6" uses a 1/4" screw distance between holes is about 5", don't have exact measurements.  20131017 Dobbs Fryberger:
I am trying to replace an existing pair of chocks, so the distance is important. It would be easier to get an exact measurement than to order them and have to return them if the measurement is not correct
 20131106 WAYNE GRABOW:
The fasteners are #10 size, and the distance between holes is 4 1/8 inches.
 20130619 A shopper asked:
what is the size of chock ?  +Expand Answers
 20130628 Kevin V:
5/8" line fits in this chock.
 20160121 FRANK GAGLIARDI asked:
WILL THEY HOLD 3/4 IN LINE?  +Expand Answers
 20160121 Rick White:
No you will need the 6" part # WHI6083  20160122 WAYNE GRABOW:
Yes, they will hold 3/4" line easily.
 20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER asked:
I need, please, to know the 'height' of the chock 'ear' and the open distance between the tops of the 'ears' on the 6" chocks? Line diameter will not help in the installation I need. Thanks.  +Expand Answers
 20150902 Rick White:
The height of the chock ear opening is 1", the distance between the ears is 1 7/8".  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the chock. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20150902 WAYNE GRABOW:
The tops of the ears on the 6" straight chock are 1 5/16" apart, and the ears stand just over 1" tall above the deck.  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the cleat. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20131015 DOBBS FRYBERGER asked:
what size fasteners and what is the distance between holes?  +Expand Answers
 20131016 Rick White:
The 6" uses a 1/4" screw distance between holes is about 5", don't have exact measurements.  20131017 Dobbs Fryberger:
I am trying to replace an existing pair of chocks, so the distance is important. It would be easier to get an exact measurement than to order them and have to return them if the measurement is not correct
 20131106 WAYNE GRABOW:
The fasteners are #10 size, and the distance between holes is 4 1/8 inches.
 20130619 A shopper asked:
what is the size of chock ?  +Expand Answers
 20130628 Kevin V:
5/8" line fits in this chock.
 20160121 FRANK GAGLIARDI asked:
WILL THEY HOLD 3/4 IN LINE?  +Expand Answers
 20160121 Rick White:
No you will need the 6" part # WHI6083  20160122 WAYNE GRABOW:
Yes, they will hold 3/4" line easily.
 20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER asked:
I need, please, to know the 'height' of the chock 'ear' and the open distance between the tops of the 'ears' on the 6" chocks? Line diameter will not help in the installation I need. Thanks.  +Expand Answers
 20150902 Rick White:
The height of the chock ear opening is 1", the distance between the ears is 1 7/8".  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the chock. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20150902 WAYNE GRABOW:
The tops of the ears on the 6" straight chock are 1 5/16" apart, and the ears stand just over 1" tall above the deck.  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the cleat. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20131015 DOBBS FRYBERGER asked:
what size fasteners and what is the distance between holes?  +Expand Answers
 20131016 Rick White:
The 6" uses a 1/4" screw distance between holes is about 5", don't have exact measurements.  20131017 Dobbs Fryberger:
I am trying to replace an existing pair of chocks, so the distance is important. It would be easier to get an exact measurement than to order them and have to return them if the measurement is not correct
 20131106 WAYNE GRABOW:
The fasteners are #10 size, and the distance between holes is 4 1/8 inches.
 20130619 A shopper asked:
what is the size of chock ?  +Expand Answers
 20130628 Kevin V:
5/8" line fits in this chock.
 20160121 FRANK GAGLIARDI asked:
WILL THEY HOLD 3/4 IN LINE?  +Expand Answers
 20160121 Rick White:
No you will need the 6" part # WHI6083  20160122 WAYNE GRABOW:
Yes, they will hold 3/4" line easily.
 20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER asked:
I need, please, to know the 'height' of the chock 'ear' and the open distance between the tops of the 'ears' on the 6" chocks? Line diameter will not help in the installation I need. Thanks.  +Expand Answers
 20150902 Rick White:
The height of the chock ear opening is 1", the distance between the ears is 1 7/8".  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the chock. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20150902 WAYNE GRABOW:
The tops of the ears on the 6" straight chock are 1 5/16" apart, and the ears stand just over 1" tall above the deck.  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the cleat. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20131015 DOBBS FRYBERGER asked:
what size fasteners and what is the distance between holes?  +Expand Answers
 20131016 Rick White:
The 6" uses a 1/4" screw distance between holes is about 5", don't have exact measurements.  20131017 Dobbs Fryberger:
I am trying to replace an existing pair of chocks, so the distance is important. It would be easier to get an exact measurement than to order them and have to return them if the measurement is not correct
 20131106 WAYNE GRABOW:
The fasteners are #10 size, and the distance between holes is 4 1/8 inches.
 20130619 A shopper asked:
what is the size of chock ?  +Expand Answers
 20130628 Kevin V:
5/8" line fits in this chock.
 20160121 FRANK GAGLIARDI asked:
WILL THEY HOLD 3/4 IN LINE?  +Expand Answers
 20160121 Rick White:
No you will need the 6" part # WHI6083  20160122 WAYNE GRABOW:
Yes, they will hold 3/4" line easily.
 20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER asked:
I need, please, to know the 'height' of the chock 'ear' and the open distance between the tops of the 'ears' on the 6" chocks? Line diameter will not help in the installation I need. Thanks.  +Expand Answers
 20150902 Rick White:
The height of the chock ear opening is 1", the distance between the ears is 1 7/8".  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the chock. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20150902 WAYNE GRABOW:
The tops of the ears on the 6" straight chock are 1 5/16" apart, and the ears stand just over 1" tall above the deck.  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the cleat. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20131015 DOBBS FRYBERGER asked:
what size fasteners and what is the distance between holes?  +Expand Answers
 20131016 Rick White:
The 6" uses a 1/4" screw distance between holes is about 5", don't have exact measurements.  20131017 Dobbs Fryberger:
I am trying to replace an existing pair of chocks, so the distance is important. It would be easier to get an exact measurement than to order them and have to return them if the measurement is not correct
 20131106 WAYNE GRABOW:
The fasteners are #10 size, and the distance between holes is 4 1/8 inches.
 20130619 A shopper asked:
what is the size of chock ?  +Expand Answers
 20130628 Kevin V:
5/8" line fits in this chock.
 20160121 FRANK GAGLIARDI asked:
WILL THEY HOLD 3/4 IN LINE?  +Expand Answers
 20160121 Rick White:
No you will need the 6" part # WHI6083  20160122 WAYNE GRABOW:
Yes, they will hold 3/4" line easily.
 20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER asked:
I need, please, to know the 'height' of the chock 'ear' and the open distance between the tops of the 'ears' on the 6" chocks? Line diameter will not help in the installation I need. Thanks.  +Expand Answers
 20150902 Rick White:
The height of the chock ear opening is 1", the distance between the ears is 1 7/8".  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the chock. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20150902 WAYNE GRABOW:
The tops of the ears on the 6" straight chock are 1 5/16" apart, and the ears stand just over 1" tall above the deck.  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the cleat. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20131015 DOBBS FRYBERGER asked:
what size fasteners and what is the distance between holes?  +Expand Answers
 20131016 Rick White:
The 6" uses a 1/4" screw distance between holes is about 5", don't have exact measurements.  20131017 Dobbs Fryberger:
I am trying to replace an existing pair of chocks, so the distance is important. It would be easier to get an exact measurement than to order them and have to return them if the measurement is not correct
 20131106 WAYNE GRABOW:
The fasteners are #10 size, and the distance between holes is 4 1/8 inches.
 20130619 A shopper asked:
what is the size of chock ?  +Expand Answers
 20130628 Kevin V:
5/8" line fits in this chock.
 20160121 FRANK GAGLIARDI asked:
WILL THEY HOLD 3/4 IN LINE?  +Expand Answers
 20160121 Rick White:
No you will need the 6" part # WHI6083  20160122 WAYNE GRABOW:
Yes, they will hold 3/4" line easily.
 20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER asked:
I need, please, to know the 'height' of the chock 'ear' and the open distance between the tops of the 'ears' on the 6" chocks? Line diameter will not help in the installation I need. Thanks.  +Expand Answers
 20150902 Rick White:
The height of the chock ear opening is 1", the distance between the ears is 1 7/8".  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the chock. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20150902 WAYNE GRABOW:
The tops of the ears on the 6" straight chock are 1 5/16" apart, and the ears stand just over 1" tall above the deck.  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the cleat. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20131015 DOBBS FRYBERGER asked:
what size fasteners and what is the distance between holes?  +Expand Answers
 20131016 Rick White:
The 6" uses a 1/4" screw distance between holes is about 5", don't have exact measurements.  20131017 Dobbs Fryberger:
I am trying to replace an existing pair of chocks, so the distance is important. It would be easier to get an exact measurement than to order them and have to return them if the measurement is not correct
 20131106 WAYNE GRABOW:
The fasteners are #10 size, and the distance between holes is 4 1/8 inches.
 20130619 A shopper asked:
what is the size of chock ?  +Expand Answers
 20130628 Kevin V:
5/8" line fits in this chock.
 20160121 FRANK GAGLIARDI asked:
WILL THEY HOLD 3/4 IN LINE?  +Expand Answers
 20160121 Rick White:
No you will need the 6" part # WHI6083  20160122 WAYNE GRABOW:
Yes, they will hold 3/4" line easily.
 20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER asked:
I need, please, to know the 'height' of the chock 'ear' and the open distance between the tops of the 'ears' on the 6" chocks? Line diameter will not help in the installation I need. Thanks.  +Expand Answers
 20150902 Rick White:
The height of the chock ear opening is 1", the distance between the ears is 1 7/8".  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the chock. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20150902 WAYNE GRABOW:
The tops of the ears on the 6" straight chock are 1 5/16" apart, and the ears stand just over 1" tall above the deck.  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the cleat. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20131015 DOBBS FRYBERGER asked:
what size fasteners and what is the distance between holes?  +Expand Answers
 20131016 Rick White:
The 6" uses a 1/4" screw distance between holes is about 5", don't have exact measurements.  20131017 Dobbs Fryberger:
I am trying to replace an existing pair of chocks, so the distance is important. It would be easier to get an exact measurement than to order them and have to return them if the measurement is not correct
 20131106 WAYNE GRABOW:
The fasteners are #10 size, and the distance between holes is 4 1/8 inches.
 20130619 A shopper asked:
what is the size of chock ?  +Expand Answers
 20130628 Kevin V:
5/8" line fits in this chock.
 20160121 FRANK GAGLIARDI asked:
WILL THEY HOLD 3/4 IN LINE?  +Expand Answers
 20160121 Rick White:
No you will need the 6" part # WHI6083  20160122 WAYNE GRABOW:
Yes, they will hold 3/4" line easily.
 20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER asked:
I need, please, to know the 'height' of the chock 'ear' and the open distance between the tops of the 'ears' on the 6" chocks? Line diameter will not help in the installation I need. Thanks.  +Expand Answers
 20150902 Rick White:
The height of the chock ear opening is 1", the distance between the ears is 1 7/8".  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the chock. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20150902 WAYNE GRABOW:
The tops of the ears on the 6" straight chock are 1 5/16" apart, and the ears stand just over 1" tall above the deck.  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the cleat. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20131015 DOBBS FRYBERGER asked:
what size fasteners and what is the distance between holes?  +Expand Answers
 20131016 Rick White:
The 6" uses a 1/4" screw distance between holes is about 5", don't have exact measurements.  20131017 Dobbs Fryberger:
I am trying to replace an existing pair of chocks, so the distance is important. It would be easier to get an exact measurement than to order them and have to return them if the measurement is not correct
 20131106 WAYNE GRABOW:
The fasteners are #10 size, and the distance between holes is 4 1/8 inches.
 20130619 A shopper asked:
what is the size of chock ?  +Expand Answers
 20130628 Kevin V:
5/8" line fits in this chock.
 20160121 FRANK GAGLIARDI asked:
WILL THEY HOLD 3/4 IN LINE?  +Expand Answers
 20160121 Rick White:
No you will need the 6" part # WHI6083  20160122 WAYNE GRABOW:
Yes, they will hold 3/4" line easily.
 20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER asked:
I need, please, to know the 'height' of the chock 'ear' and the open distance between the tops of the 'ears' on the 6" chocks? Line diameter will not help in the installation I need. Thanks.  +Expand Answers
 20150902 Rick White:
The height of the chock ear opening is 1", the distance between the ears is 1 7/8".  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the chock. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20150902 WAYNE GRABOW:
The tops of the ears on the 6" straight chock are 1 5/16" apart, and the ears stand just over 1" tall above the deck.  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the cleat. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20131015 DOBBS FRYBERGER asked:
what size fasteners and what is the distance between holes?  +Expand Answers
 20131016 Rick White:
The 6" uses a 1/4" screw distance between holes is about 5", don't have exact measurements.  20131017 Dobbs Fryberger:
I am trying to replace an existing pair of chocks, so the distance is important. It would be easier to get an exact measurement than to order them and have to return them if the measurement is not correct
 20131106 WAYNE GRABOW:
The fasteners are #10 size, and the distance between holes is 4 1/8 inches.
 20130619 A shopper asked:
what is the size of chock ?  +Expand Answers
 20130628 Kevin V:
5/8" line fits in this chock.
 20160121 FRANK GAGLIARDI asked:
WILL THEY HOLD 3/4 IN LINE?  +Expand Answers
 20160121 Rick White:
No you will need the 6" part # WHI6083  20160122 WAYNE GRABOW:
Yes, they will hold 3/4" line easily.
 20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER asked:
I need, please, to know the 'height' of the chock 'ear' and the open distance between the tops of the 'ears' on the 6" chocks? Line diameter will not help in the installation I need. Thanks.  +Expand Answers
 20150902 Rick White:
The height of the chock ear opening is 1", the distance between the ears is 1 7/8".  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the chock. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20150902 WAYNE GRABOW:
The tops of the ears on the 6" straight chock are 1 5/16" apart, and the ears stand just over 1" tall above the deck.  20150902 DEAN ASCHENBRENNER:
Thanks!! That gives me some indication. The height should be good for the lines I use and the canvas chafe guards. I need to see about the 'gap.' It's twice what I have now  or HAD since the boat got hit in a line squall and one chock was torn out. I don't want to have a line jump out of the cleat. BTW  Boat is a 1966 Bristol/Alberg 27 I have owned for 36 years and sailed 8,000 miles.
 20131015 DOBBS FRYBERGER asked:
what size fasteners and what is the distance between holes?  +Expand Answers
 20131016 Rick White:
The 6" uses a 1/4" screw distance between holes is about 5", don't have exact measurements.  20131017 Dobbs Fryberger:
I am trying to replace an existing pair of chocks, so the distance is important. It would be easier to get an exact measurement than to order them and have to return them if the measurement is not correct
 20131106 WAYNE GRABOW:
The fasteners are #10 size, and the distance between holes is 4 1/8 inches.
 20130619 A shopper asked:
what is the size of chock ?  +Expand Answers
 20130628 Kevin V:
5/8" line fits in this chock.


