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Old 02-23-2014, 09:53 PM   #1
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what is the best wheel chocks would you all recomend for my 6600 k travel travel trailer with dual axles?
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Old 02-23-2014, 10:09 PM   #2
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what is the best wheel chocks would you all recomend for my 6600 k travel travel trailer with dual axles?
For wheel chocks DH and I use the solid rubber ones from Harbor Freight. They have teeth molded in to the bottom of them which works great on dirt or pavement for gripping.

For stabilization we use X-Chocks between the wheels. (Those are not sold as "chocks" per se.)
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You can build your own. Links:
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I like the RotoChocks- they chock and stabilize.
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RotoChoks are the best made but they cost.
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X for rotochoks...Cadillac of wheel stabilizers!
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Old 02-24-2014, 09:55 AM   #7
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We use X-Chocks. They'll fit between tires where the axles are closer together than some models.
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I use the X-Chocks, but do not use chocks when they are installed. How many use chocks along with their X-Chocks?
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I like the RotoChocks- they chock and stabilize.

X100 for rotochoks
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I use the X-Chocks, but do not use chocks when they are installed. How many use chocks along with their X-Chocks?

NOPE, No need for anything else. First thing on when I stop and last thing off.
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