Keep in mind that the x chocks aren't meant to hold the RV in place like regular wheel chocks. They're mainly for stabilization, as they state in the directions.
You'll need a good set of wheel chocks. We bought the larger rubber style wheel chocks with molded-in teeth on the bottoms of them. They're much more stable than the plastic type as the teeth grip gravel, asphalt, concrete, etc. Some have posted about the yellow or orange plastic wheel chocks collapsing/crushing and/or shooting out from under the edge of the wheels.
We found our rubber chocks at Harbor Freight. (thanks again for that info wmtire)
they're usually $7.99 each, but are often on sale for $5.00.
If age is a state of mind, and I've lost my mind, I'm AGELESS, right?
Give me 40 acres and I'll turn this rig around:
Flagstaff 5er 2014 8528 IKWS
, Platinum Package, Regency Interior "Buffy"
F250 Super Duty 2013
Tuxedo Black "Biff"
Days camped 2014