|Item Weight||1.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.4 x 6 x 5.1 inches|
|Item model number||44414|
|Manufacturer Part Number||44414|
Camco Wheel Chock Without Rope, Helps Keep Your Trailer or RV In Place (Pack of 2) (41444)
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|Item Dimensions||6 x 8.4 x 5.1 in||4 x 8.75 x 6 in||4.75 x 8 x 4.25 in||9 x 10 x 7 in||6 x 9 x 5 in||3.5 x 6.5 x 3.75 in|
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Camco's RV Wheel Chock is designed to keep your trailer in place so that you can re-hitch with confidence. It is constructed of durable hard plastic with UV inhibitors and is easy to use and effective. Comes as a set of 2.
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I would like to caution that I don't think they would hold my fully loaded 10k trailer if my trucks breaks failed when parked on a hill. I am basing this off my truck+trailer going across the scales around 21,000 GVW and the multiple times I have had to park on a hill. I have a steel chock I use on my truck in conjunction with these plastic ones. I wouldn't park on a hill without a larger metal wheel chock.
For reference when I am on a hill I have my passenger place the wheel chocks then slowly roll forward until the chocks are holding all the weight then set my park break and put the trans in park. This way the strain is not placed on my trucks park break or trans.
I recommend these for anyone looking for an inexpensive wheel chock for storing their trailers on level ground.
(The damaged wheel chock was me backing into one of the chocks when it was placed in-between my tandems. It still works)
The only thing I am not crazy about it the rope is in the middle of the chock, but should be on the taller end of it. I just drilled a new hole and ran it through that one and it is fine.