RV Wheel Chocks

The Ultimate Wheel Chock finally solves the problem of a rocking RV.

When installed on both wheels of the same axle, it will act as an anti-rocking mechanism. It is like activating an emergency brake on the RV.

Easy to install, takes one minute to set it up for your RV wheel, and two minutes to install. Once it is installed you can forget about it until you are ready to pack up and leave the campground. Works great for seasonal camping as well.


  • The Ultimate RV Wheel Chock
    The Ultimate RV Wheel Chock
  • RV Wheel Chock installed on tire
    RV Wheel Chock installed on tire
  • Pad rotates to lay flat against the tire
    Pad rotates to lay flat against the tire
  • Adjustment nut to torque the clamp
    Adjustment nut to torque the clamp

The Ultimate RV Wheel Chock
Demonstration by Allan Hubley

How the Ultimate Wheel Chock Works

This Wheel Chock is designed to wedge the front and back, and squeeze against the wheel to hold it firmly in place.

The unit is a clamp, sitting on the ground around the wheel and with a ¾" socket, torque the two halves together against the wheel.

It has two floating pads that are curved to give maximum contact against the tire tread.

Features:

  • Pivoting contact pads are concave to give maximum tire contact.
  • Will work on any size tire
  • The bases are flat to give the maximum ground contact.
  • Will work great on planks if used for levelling. Once installed, doesn’t require adjustment.

Specifications:

  • Weight: 10 lb
  • Width: 8" overall
  • Length: 18" fully collapsed
  • Pad: 4" high by 3" wide
  • Material: 1/8" steel
  • Minimum tire size: 22" OD
  • Maximum tire size: 34" OD
  • Color: Black
  • Adjustment nut: ¾"

Price:

$120 / pair + HST
$70 each + HST


Instructions for use:

  1. If chocking a tandem trailer, select a tire where the nut will be to the front or back of the two tires. (You will not want the nut between the tires, especially if the tires are close together)
  2. Slide the two halves of the ULTIMATE WHEEL CHOCK apart enough to enable positioning around the wheel you wish to chock.
  3. Slide the assembly all the way in against the tire
  4. Slide both halves together against the tire making sure the pads are flat against the tire
  5. With one hand holding the tubes against the tire and the bases flat on the ground, tighten the threaded rod until the pads are tight against the tire.
  6. For best results, install the second assembly on the opposite wheel of the same axle.

To place an order call Allan: 902-521-7592 or email: Allan Hubley, Outdoor Solutions

We can discuss your order, and make arrangements for delivery.

Terms: Cash and credit card accepted. No refunds on custom work.