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Old 09-26-2017, 04:52 PM   #1
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Large Size Rotochoks

I know it's a long shot, but I am looking for a set of large size Rotochoks. If anyone has any they are looking to sell please let me know.

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Old 09-26-2017, 05:28 PM   #2
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I know it's a long shot, but I am looking for a set of large size Rotochoks. If anyone has any they are looking to sell please let me know.

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I just saw a pair on Craigslist let me see if I can find it again. Not sure what size they were.

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What's a rotochok?
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How large? Wide trac axles?
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What's a rotochok?
Rotochoks are a "between the wheels" chock similar to x-chocks. Anybody who's ever used a set will tell you they are FAR superior however. They were made by a small family company that unfortunately went out of business due to the health and passing of the owner.

Rotochoks came in various sizes to accommodate different axle spacing on different trailers.


To the OP...check out this site as they (at least used to) try to help put together those who need Rotochoks and parts with those who have them to sell.

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Here is a YouTube video showing the product...
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Rotochoks are a "between the wheels" chock similar to x-chocks. Anybody who's ever used a set will tell you they are FAR superior however. They were made by a small family company that unfortunately went out of business due to the health and passing of the owner.

Rotochoks came in various sizes to accommodate different axle spacing on different trailers.
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Just curious. How much did these cost new when they were still being made?

I understand there's no comparison in quality, but don't Camco Wheel Stops do the same thing?
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Just curious. How much did these cost new when they were still being made?

I understand there's no comparison in quality, but don't Camco Wheel Stops do the same thing?

It's been a few years but I wanna say they were about $200? Maybe a little more?

Yes, the end result of the Camco Wheel Stops is basically the same. Many people build a DIY version out of wood and threaded rod too.
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I bought mine in 2012 or 2013 and I think I paid around $60/set.

Here's what the wayback machine says:
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