Just an option they sell a heavy rubber one at HF that are often on sell for $4.99 each. Durable however have a rubber odor when new.
I tried the HF chocks and wasnít impressed. Too steep, they donít go far enough under the tire so they end up moving. I think theyíre designed for a much larger diameter tire like a semi. I use a mix of Anderson and Camco, along with my X-chocks since I have a dual axle trailer.
I tried the HF chocks and wasnít impressed. Too steep, they donít go far enough under the tire so they end up moving.
Thanks for that. I noticed they are on sale now, and I was thinking of ditching my slide-prone plastic chocks for rubber. I saw the steepness in the ad photo and wondered if the photo had been altered to fit the space. Iíll keep looking.
Hi - I bought a pair of Camco wheel chocks. I have watched a few videos, but do not know if I need a pair per tire, or just one pair for one tire. I am new to the world of Casita camping, so I have lots of questions. (I practiced backing up today. I almost cried. Almost - but mostly from laughing at my lack of talent!) Thanks - Amy
Don't be too hard on yourself oh, the shorter a trailer is the more difficult it is to backup. And a 13 foot or would be difficult to learn how to do because every minor input of the steering wheelmakes a major turn in the trailer
I actually only use two chocks ---- mostly. If I have a question I will full chock and use something like my leveling blocks for the other two. Mostly I only have it using the chocks long enough to get the leveling done and then really it is sitting on the jacks and it could not roll even with effort.
I've been very happy with my rubber HF chocks and 14" wheels. The angle is not an issue. They can get brittle and crack if left in sun for about 5 years straight, though; I leave a couple on the driveway 24/7 for stopping my cargo trailer when I back in every day after work, that's how I know.