Marcy’s Marvelous Wheel Chocks. Marcy Jones invented these wheel chocks in 2003 and has been testing and perfecting them ever since. Depending on wheel size and gear angle, the chocks can fit either inside or outside of the tires and will accommodate most axle sizes. Sold in Pairs (2). Aside from looking super cool, Marcy’s Marvelous Wheel Chocks have lots of other great benefits too:
- Maximize security and safety during plane transport
• Conserve space in trailers, trucks, vans or storage areas
• Eliminates the risk of getting flat spots on tires
• Prevents rolling during hardware or radio installations
• Use in any type of airplane, tail dragger or tricycle
• For up to 2.5″ Tires
• Made of high strength anodized aluminum for a lifetime of use
More About Sullivan
The manufacturing plant and office is located in Baltimore, Maryland. The plant is conveniently located near a major shipping port, rail, trucking routes, and the BWI airport.
How We Began
The company was founded by Matthew Sullivan in the 1940s. The company’s first products were lines, handles and connectors for control line flying. We still make many of those products today. A bricklayer by trade, “Matty” soon achieved enough success to make model product manufacturing his sole occupation. He was very active in the business up until his death in 1980.
As Radio Control became practical, the company began to pioneered electric Starters, plastic fuel tanks and an improved control rod (Gold-N-Rod). Today, Sullivan is still the leading worldwide manufacturer of those product lines. The Sullivan family of products includes Harry Higley and Perfect Parts.
Sullivan Continues To Grow
We are always interested in new product designs. If you have a product concept or prototype, we strongly urge you to seek patent or copyright protection before offering it to us (or anyone else).
If you have any questions or comments about our company please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
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