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Just got a new 5er the other day. I was looking at two different wheel chocks. Looking for some feed back on what ones where better. The two I found are X-Chock Tire Locking Chock, and ultra fab Deluxe Chock & Lock. If you also know of other good brands please list. Thanks

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I use the X-Chock Locking Chock on my 5th wheel and they work great. Put them in place
before I unhook the 5th wheel. And the last thing that I remove after the 5th wheel is hitched.



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Another Rotochok vote, they are great.


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Get the BAL X chocks. They weren't around when I bought my BAL chocks, but if I ever replace then the X chocks are what I will be buying, unless something better comes along.


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Dpopps wrote:

Just got a new 5er the other day. I was looking at two different wheel chocks. Looking for some feed back on what ones where better. The two I found are X-Chock Tire Locking Chock, and ultra fab Deluxe Chock & Lock. If you also know of other good brands please list. Thanks


Any of the scissor type chocks seem good. Others prefer Roto-Chocks; a little more money than the scissor type.

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I have the X-Chocks and they work great!! Just remember to remove them as they are really a ????? to try to get out after the RV was (well tried to be) moved. Just EXPERIENCE there!!!! BTW the rachet wrench that comes with them works for other things like the rear stabalizer on the Cougar I had.

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I like the Bal Deluxe or X chocks. Sent you a PM.


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I used to have the lever type from Camping World - bent and busted, replaced with Rotochoks and been happy since.

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Roto-Chocks,The best I have found. Top of the line.

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Just wedge tire chocks for me. I see no reason for an expensive mechanical device, when a couple blocks of wood work perfectly.


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