Flush-Mount Chocks solve line needs, deck clutter

Flush Mount Chocks

Feb 21, 2022

For most boat owners, two things come to mind when they think about chocks. The first is that they’re perfect for leading lines across a deck to avoid rubbing gelcoat or putting strain on a rail or stanchion. The second is that they stub toes, catch sail sheets and fishing lines, and detract from a clean sheer. Accon Marine Flush-Mount Chocks offer the ideal solution.

Retracted into their base, they provide a smooth, clutter-free appearance; when needed, they quickly pull up ready for use.

Accon Flush-Mount Chocks are manufactured from polished marine-grade 316 stainless steel. They’re offered in 4-1/2″ and 6″ sizes for 5/8″ and 3/4″ lines, respectively. Each is available individually as a straight chock for use on the stern, and as a pair of angled port and starboard bow chocks.

Installing Flush-Mount Chocks is simple with everyday tools. Each chock includes a cut-out template. The 4-1/2″ model has a 4-5/8″ L x 1-1/2″ W base that surface mounts with two #10 screws. The 6-1/8″ L x 2-3/4″ W base of the 6″ version fastens with two 1/4″ screws.

Suggested retail prices for Accon Marine Flush-Mount Chocks are $168.50 USD for a set of 4-1/2″ port and starboard angled chocks (model 500) and $84.25 USD for the 4″ straight stern chock (501-4). The 6″ versions are $258.42 USD (model 500-6) and $129.21 USD (501-6). Folding models are also available.


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