|Item Weight||5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.5 x 8.5 x 8.5 inches|
|Item model number||00018|
|Manufacturer Part Number||00018-2PK|
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Tri-Lynx 00018 Wheel Stop/Chock, (Pack of 2)
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Lynx Stop 'N Chocks, 1 per Box. Leveling your RV has never been easier. The only self-positioning guide. Now you'll hit the top of the stack every time. The perfect accessory for your original Lynx Levelers. Just place the Stop -N Chock on a stack of Lynx Levelers, butt the stack up to the wheels, slowly idle your RV to the top of the stack until you Stop -N Chock. It's that easy! Strong and durable. Easy to clean. Safe and easy to use. 8.5 inch x 8.5 inch x 6 inch.
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Position your RV in just the right spot when you use the Lynx Stop 'N Chock 2-Pack. Designed for use with Lynx Leveler Leveling Blocks. The Stop N' Chock is a self-positioning wheel guide used to situate your RV easily and accurately. Use these chocks to secure an RV in place so it can be kept there without moving.
Lynx Stop 'N Chock
The 'Original' Self Positioning Guide (comes in packs of 2)
Leveling your RV just got easier! Hit the top of the stack every time!
- Safe and Easy to Position
- Easy to Clean
- Strong and Durable
- Comprehensive 3-year warranty
- This Product Complies to SAE J348 standards for wheel chocks.
- Self-positioning Wheel guide used to position your RV easily and accurately
- Designed for Use with Lynx Leveler Leveling Blocks
Stack Lynx Levelers up to the desired height and position at the front OR back of the wheels that need to be raised. Place your Lynx Levelers on a flat surface.
Place your Lynx Stop N/ Chock on your Lynx Levelers.
Drive your RV onto the tops of the stacks.
Turn off your engine and set your parking brake. If your RV is not level, drive your RV off the stacks, turn off your engine and set the parking brake. Repeat steps 1 to 4.
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I'm on my 4th set of Lynx levelers. I'm convinced you can't have too many. With that I fianlly invested in these "Stop'n Chocks" Wonderful!!! As I said these can be used under your wheels as well. So the Stop n' Chalk stacks as the last piece at the rear of the Lynx configuration to allow the driver just back up against them. Now these are the most versitle set of leveling / chalking pads you can buy becasue they allow for front to rear leveling and side to side leveling. If one side of the coach is lower than the other, you can build up just that side and use standard chalks on the other. Also if you have enough of the Tri Lynx levelers you could potentially place say 2" of lift under a front axel on an tandem configuration and 4 or even 5" under a rear. The one draw back is that you would need enough to building this as one continous pad (say 8' long or so.) But like legos, if you have enough, your imagination is the limit.
A couple of notes: You MUST use these in conjunction with TriLynx levelers. They will not work on their own. In addition there is a noctch carved out of the front to force the user to stack in the above mentioned "brick wall" alternating fasion so that there's no risk of sepertaion between the levels as the rig is driving on or off the pad. Also, I stongly suggest a spotter! Driving a rig on or off a 9" wide "rail" is dangerous and having someone to tell you that you a little too close to the edge is a must.