|Item Weight||0.32 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 8.5 x 8.5 inches|
|Item model number||44505|
|Manufacturer Part Number||44505|
|OEM Part Number||44505|
|Cover Included||Home Storage;Kitchen;kitchen-cabinet-safety-locks|
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Camco Heavy Duty Leveling Blocks, Ideal For Leveling Single and Dual Wheels, Hydraulic Jacks, Tongue Jacks and Tandem Axles (10 pack) (44505)
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- 10 interlocking blocks stack to the desired height for safe and easy leveling
- Engineered with a patented design to optimize both strength and weight, resin is UV stabilized and built to last even when exposed to sunlight for extended periods of time.
- Strong, durable construction and a solid bottom to help keep them from sinking into the ground.
- Ideal for other equipment stabilization needs
- Includes zippered storage bag with handle for easy transportation and storage
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Heavy duty blocks are safe and easy to use. They offer many options for leveling single wheels, dual wheels, hydraulic jacks, tongue jacks, stabilizer jacks, 5th wheel jacks and tandem axles. Customize your levels: Stack interlocking blocks to desired height. Strong and durable blocks are available in a ten-block set and a four-block build-up set. Patented. Each set comes in a convenient storage bag.
- Heavy duty blocks
- Safe and easy to use
- For leveling single and dual wheels, hydraulic jacks and tandem axles
- Customize by stacking interlocking blocks to desired height 10 per pack
From the manufacturer
Interlocking Leveling Blocks
The Camco Leveling Block 10-pack allows you to stack the interlocking blocks to the desired height for safe and easy leveling. These blocks can be used with single wheels, double wheels, hydraulic jacks, tongue jacks, stabilizer jacks, 5th wheel jacks and tandem axles.
Camco’s RV Leveling Blocks make it easy to customize your levels. Simply stack the interlocking blocks together to your desired height. They have a strong, durable construction and a solid bottom to help keep them from sinking into the ground. Engineered with a patented design to optimize both strength and weight, resin is UV stabilized and built to last even when exposed to sunlight for extended periods of time. Bright, visible yellow color helps you see them so you don’t leave them behind. They can also be used to help prevent your stabilizers from sinking in soft ground. Camco's RV Leveling Blocks measure 8.5 inch x 8.5 inch and can be used with stack jacks, trailer tongues, 5th wheel jacks and swing arm supports. If dirt or debris build up in the leveling blocks, just knock it off and hose it out before storage. Product includes a zippered storage bag with handle to keep them all together when not being used.
How it Works
Once you have parked in your camp spot, use levels to determine whether or not your vehicle needs to be leveled. Determine the stack height needed and arrange the leveling blocks in front of the wheel in one of the approved configurations. Do not stack leveling blocks more than 4 inches high. Drive very carefully onto the blocks; it may be helpful to have a passenger step outside to guide. Once the vehicle is on the blocks and level, make sure to set the parking brake. When you’re ready to leave, simply drive off the blocks, park the vehicle, collect the blocks and place them back in the carrying bag.
- Durable, lightweight construction
- Interlocking design prevents slipping
- Solid bottom resists sinking into the ground
- Bright yellow color is highly visible
- Zippered storage bag included
- Resin is UV stabilized
About Camco Manufacturing
Camco started in 1966 with one employee and one product. Today, over 40 years later, we have more than 350 employees, over 3,000 products and multiple manufacturing facilities in the USA and across the globe.
Competitive pricing, superior service, quality products and customer satisfaction are the foundations upon which Camco operates. Our friendly, knowledgeable customer service staff stands ready to assist our customers with any questions. At Camco, we take pride in meeting the ever changing demands of a challenging marketplace while serving you, our most valuable asset.
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That being said, even though some of our blocks are cracked, they still seem to be usable, so we'll see what happens over the long (> 1 year) run...
Light weight and the storage bag that comes with it is very handy. They also sell these same blocks with a T-Handle for easy carrying.
Update: These blocks have proven themselves to be surprisingly tougher than I expected. They are very convenient to use. Taking out of the travel bag and putting them back in is fast and easy. They are very strong and work great for leveling our camp trailer. I love them! So I have upgraded the rating from 3 to 4 stars.
When stacked more than a couple high they shift while attached to each other. You are more than likely using these under camper stabilizers and you have movement in the blocks themselves. Do yourself a favor and save the money and use wood blocks. Had I not already tried different things to tighten the blocks up I would have returned them. The picture attached is of the total amount of movement from left to right, about a 1/4". I even tried gluing them together with construction adhesive. If you only intend on stacking a couple at a time you will be just fine. When used on my toy hauler I was stacking them to try to take up some of the distance my stabilizers were extended. They didn't work for me at all. Wasted investment.