1 Stars By BigBox on 2016-12-10
Only for 'simple' light level applications.
These are only good enough to hold at a level grade. I had my 5th Wheel trailer roll up and onto my chock when on about a 3 degree grade. The chock was crushed. Fortunately, my truck held the trailer from going farther. I'm now ordering heavy duty rubber chocks.
5 Stars By Boris on 2016-03-22
Great for the cost.
I purchased two of these 2 packs. One set for each of my trailers. A 20' Flatbed 8000k car hauler and a 28' Enclosed 12,000k car hauler. I have used these wheel chocks for about 5 weeks and since I am in the middle of moving I have actually used them allot on all types of surfaces from wet ground to pavement both on flat and slopped ground. So far they work well.
I would like to caution that I don't think they would hold my fully loaded 10k trailer if my trucks breaks failed when parked on a hill. I am basing this off my truck+trailer going across the scales around 21,000 GVW and the multiple times I have had to park on a hill. I have a steel chock I use on my truck in conjunction with these plastic ones. I wouldn't park on a hill without a larger metal wheel chock.
For reference when I am on a hill I have my passenger place the wheel chocks then slowly roll forward until the chocks are holding all the weight then set my park break and put the trans in park. This way the strain is not placed on my trucks park break or trans.
I recommend these for anyone looking for an inexpensive wheel chock for storing their trailers on level ground.
(The damaged wheel chock was me backing into one of the chocks when it was placed in-between my tandems. It still works)
3 Stars By bano91 on 2017-10-06
Cheap and durable, just don't know if it would stop a big truck
It's an okay little tire chock for the price. I have a huge diesel truck with 35" tires and 22" rims. I was doing some front steering linkage work and used this chock while the front was up on ramps. After I finished the work, I drove down the ramps, right over the chock like it wasn't even there. I didn't even feel the bump. To be fair, I have done this with other chocks - more than once. I'm not confident it would prevent the truck from rolling on its own. But... it didn't break when I ran it over, which counts for something, and I'll probably use it again.
2 Stars By Tyler on 2017-02-23
Poorly made -- cheap.
Cheaply made. The first time I had to give her a tug to try and get it out from a wheel that had shifted slightly the band ripped right off. It wasn't much of a tug either; what's the point of having those bands for removing these chocks if they're just crimped together with a 2 bit piece of wire. The chocks themselves are OK - pretty cheap too, but they did work fine other than the bands not standing up to more than a gentle pull.
2 Stars By Jeff B on 2016-12-08
they held better on dirt
These things are ok but don't seem to have a lot of traction and I frequently will get out of the camper and find that the chocks aren't still aligned with the tires. They are very light weight and I think that contributes to it - I tend to notice them moving around on concrete or rock surfaces, they held better on dirt. I'll probably look at other options in the future and if you're considering these maybe look at something a little heavier duty
4 Stars By Nalon1 on 2017-07-22
Does what it should
It is a piece of plastic that helps prevent a vehicle from rolling. Does what it should, lightweight and easy to move.
The only thing I am not crazy about it the rope is in the middle of the chock, but should be on the taller end of it. I just drilled a new hole and ran it through that one and it is fine.
5 Stars By M. Hadden on 2014-12-05
These are pretty much the same wheel chocks you can pick up ...
These are pretty much the same wheel chocks you can pick up at a big box store or camping store. When I purchased these where on 2DayDeliver, however, I saved a few dollars. They are made of plastic but support the wheels on our travel trailer and my in-laws RV just fine. I would recommend two sets so you have a set of chocks for each side of your vehicle. Of course, these can also be useful for other vehicle needs (in the shop, or while changing a tire on the side of the road).
5 Stars By saharasnow on 2016-04-19
Camco delivers again. Great buy.
As always Camco delivered a fantastic RV product. Yes you can buy at the big box stores but you do save money on 2DayDeliver if you hunt around. These were ordered about a week before our journey from Alaska to Portland Oregon, and arrived within 3-4 days. We only used while at 5 different RV parks in our travels, to be fair, 2 spots were completely flat with no worries of movement. We did chock the tires anyway. We only chocked the tires that were not on the leveling platforms but we had no issues aside from forgetting to unchock. But the chicks endured and other than a few scratches will be used again this summer.
4 Stars By DulceDragon on 2016-08-22
I would feel comfortable using them for our car
These chocks work, but are not very big. I would feel comfortable using them for our car, but had purchased with the intention of using them on new RV and our pickup truck and am not sure they are quite sturdy enough for the larger vehicles. Having the rope to help remove them is a very nice design feature.
5 Stars By AudioEngineer on 2018-04-06
Sturdy, good quality, light enough to carry in a 172's baggage compartment. Too tall for some wheel pants.
Sturdy, good quality, just the right size for a 600 x 6 aircraft tire, and light enough to chuck in the plane's baggage compartment. Too tall for some wheel pants. Lanyards make handling without getting dirty easy. If only they made a cloth bag with a drawstring top (of same color) to put them in to keep the baggage area tidy....