Keep Your Pop Up Camper In Place With The Right Wheel Chocks
Wheel chocks are very handy when it comes to stabilize your camper, apart from preventing your camper from rolling down the hill: they also provide some assurance to the camper owner about the stability of the camper.
Wheel chocks are readily available in many styles and sizes and it is therefore important to take into consideration some factors. First and foremost, it is important to take into consideration the tire size of the camper. Wheel chocks are made specific for a certain tire size and it is imperative that one gets it right the first time.
It is also important to take into consideration the materials used to make the chocks. The most popular materials used include aluminum, rubber, steel, polyurethane and other plastics as well. The most preferred chocks are those made from steel and aluminum even though those made from plastics and polyurethane is also quite durable and popular as well.
When choosing a wheel chock, it is also important to take into consideration the portability and ease of storing the accessory. Get chocks that are small in size, this makes them easy to store in your camper and also easy to use. Keep in mind though that if you have a small camper then a lightweight chock will suffice but if you have a large camper then you should purchase large and solid set of wheel chocks.
Here are some examples of readily available pop up camper wheel chocks readily available in the market. They include but are not limited to the following:
1) Product Name: Trailer Aid Wheel Chock with rope
Product Price: $ 3.59
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Product Details: weighing around 2lbs, these chocks are very effective and assuring way of keeping your trailer in place while the user can re-hitch with confidence. This solid constructed wheel chock that’s made of durable hard plastic that has UV inhibitors which not only resist outdoor elements but also maintains its overall color as well. It does also include a rope for convenient removal and placement as well. It is also worth mentioning that the pricing given is for each chock and depending on the size of the camper and the terrain, several chocks may be needed or required.
2) Product Name: Trucker Style Wheel Chock
Product Price: $ 17.77
Product URL: http://is.gd/TU3GnP
Product Details: this wheel chock is tough enough to hold even large motor coach tire in place. The chock is environmentally friendly, having been made from highly durable and 100% recycled plastics and rubber. It does feature a stepped chocking surface which gives the camper tires something to grip on. Further to all this, the chock is resistant to solvents, fuels as well as oils. Included in the set is a steel eyelet for an appropriately sized rope to tether. Measuring 7 inches in width, 8 inches in length and 5 inches in height, this chock is large enough for use in any camper size.
3) Product Name: Leisure Time Steel Wheel Chock
Product Price: $ 7.84
Product URL: http://is.gd/ridUqP
Product Details: this heavy duty steel wheel chock is quite ideal for keeping your camper in place while packed for the weekend or even when changing tires so as to avoid instances of unwanted movement. It does have a 1 � inch long drive on lip that comes in quite handy in keeping the chock in place. It is ideal for use with boat trailers, pop up campers, utility trailers, motorhomes, toy haulers etc. measuring 5 inches in height, 8 inches in width and 9 inches in diameter, its perforated surface does greatly improve traction against tires.
Product Details: this stabilizing wheel chock is made of durable rust proof 5 mm aluminum bar as well as galvanized steel pads which are bound to provide users with quality service for years to come. It does feature a molded handle as well as dual threaded rod which allows for very quick and easy tensioning. The four pad design adopted does utilize and apply opposing rotational forces of the tires so as to effectively and efficiently eliminate unwanted trailer movement. These chocks are designed to work on trailers with either 16 or 15 inches and can therefore adjust to fit very narrow tire spacing of 1 ¼ to up to 6 �. It is worth noting though that this chock is not designed to be used as a parking brake or wheel lock and is only designed to significantly reduce any unwanted trailer movement. This is without doubt a great accessory to have for your camper.
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