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MaxxTow Wheel Chock with Eyebolt - Solid Rubber - Qty 1

MaxxTow Wheel Chock with Eyebolt - Solid Rubber - Qty 1

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Keep your trailer in place with this solid rubber wheel chock. Both sides have built-in ridges to provide traction against your tire for a firm grip. Built-in eyebolt lets you tie on rope to make removing and storing the chock fast and easy. Lowest Prices for the best wheel chocks from MaxxTow. MaxxTow Wheel Chock with Eyebolt - Solid Rubber - Qty 1 part number MT70073 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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MaxxTow Wheel Chocks - MT70073

  • Trailer Wheel Chock
  • RV Wheel Chock
  • Wheel Chock
  • MaxxTow
  • Rubber
  • Single Chock
  • Black

Keep your trailer in place with this solid rubber wheel chock. Both sides have built-in ridges to provide traction against your tire for a firm grip. Built-in eyebolt lets you tie on rope to make removing and storing the chock fast and easy.


Features:

  • Wheel chock helps keep your trailer from rocking and rolling when it's parked
  • Ridged sides provide extra grip on tire tread to limit movement
  • Eyebolt offers point for attaching rope so that you can remove chock without having to crawl around on the ground
  • Solid, heavy-duty rubber construction


Specs:

  • Dimensions: 9-3/4" long x 7-3/4" wide (at bottom) x 6" tall
    • Inner diameter of eye bolt: 3/4"
  • 90-Day warranty


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70073 Maxx Tow Solid Rubber Wheel Chock with Eye - Qty 1





Video of MaxxTow Wheel Chock with Eyebolt - Solid Rubber - Qty 1

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for MaxxTow Wheel Chocks Review

Randy: Hey guys, Randy here at etrailer.com. Today we're taking a look at the MaxxTow Solid Rubber Wheel Chock with Eyebolt.This wheel chock's gonna be an extremely common wheel chock. You see these all over the place. They work out really good for really any size trailer, whether it's smaller utility trailers like this, even down to pop-up campers, all the way up to 18-wheelers. These give us a lot of strength, a lot of durability. Also with the eyebolt here, you can easily attach a rope or a chain, and allow you to just grab onto that if you don't wanna hang onto the eyebolt itself to get it in position.It's a really dense, durable wheel chock.

You can see the inside of it's hollowed out a little bit there, just to save some weight, so it's not like some of them that are extremely, extremely heavy. Overall, it's pretty handle and with the dual sides on it, you can see those little steps, those help to grip our tire, so it helps prevent it from rolling anymore. But also since it has both sides on it, it can be used behind or in front of a tire and your handle or eye bolt will still be on the outside.I think that's really nice. We use these here in the shop a lot. We've got several of them around.

And with the construction, these are extremely durable. Sometimes these will lay outside all winter, once spring comes, they really don't look any worse for wear.You'll notice on the bottom, there is some grooves that have been molded in here, that's going to help out with dirt and debris and things like that that might be on concrete, or for using this in a rock yard or something like that. It's going to give those items a place to go so it doesn't hold our chock up and cause it to slide.Now, when we compare these to other wheel chocks out there, I like this design a lot. I like the rubber, it's nice and durable; comparing that to the plastic one, this is going to give us a lot longer service then what we'll get out of one of those. And then there are also types very similar to this made out of metal.

Now, they're very strong and very durable, but the way they get thrown around shops or out in the lots, things like that, that paint's eventually . or that powder-coat finish is eventually going chip, it's going to start rusting. Whereas with this, I think we're going to have a lot more service out of it. It will last a little bit longer. We won't have to worry about those corrosion issues.And that will complete our look at the MaxxTow wheel chock with eyebolt..


Customer Reviews

MaxxTow Wheel Chock with Eyebolt - Solid Rubber - Qty 1 - MT70073

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (65 Customer Reviews)

Keep your trailer in place with this solid rubber wheel chock. Both sides have built-in ridges to provide traction against your tire for a firm grip. Built-in eyebolt lets you tie on rope to make removing and storing the chock fast and easy.

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Much heavier than I expected. These should last longer than I will. 152661



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Love this product! 899209



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Work great. Boat weighs nearly 4,000 lbs on trailer. Even with an incline on our driveway, held trailer in place with no slipping. 792403



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Just what I wanted 775546



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These work well when chocking our trailer. I put a chain on on two of them that way I can chock both the tires and pick them up easy. 757502



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Solid chock, doesn't move when in place. 729494



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great 588749



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Yes, everything has worked out great! I attached a picture of the race car trailer hooked up to my 2011 Tahoe PPV. Made several trips this summer of at least 3 hours or more,fully loaded, and it towed perfect. The only thing I ended up having to do, was modify the solid drop hitch. Had to shorten it by 2" because it would bottom out occasionally. You guys have always given me great service, technical advice, and selection of products to work from. 583290



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Work as expected. I love the eye bolt to put a rope through for easy removal. 568219



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Product works well, item as described. Company provided fast shipping and price. 564698



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Great construction. Tall enough that I'm not concerned about them failing. 563980



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everything I ordered was well packaged and the video's help me pick the exact lighting I wanted. Five stars on all the items and five stars for etrailer 557581



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Nice quality, heavy duty chocks. Probably a little over kill for my horse trailer but better safe than sorry! 502114



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Very heavy duty. Happy with product. Thank you. 485730



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Will work great for what we need. Durab le! 471130



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Really like the product looking forward to buying more from the company 469284



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I love these wheel chocks! My brother has 2 sets of these and they are awesome! They have good grip on a smooth or rough surface.Very good price for these as well. I will be ordering another set of these for my larger trailer! 466116



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Just what I needed! Parts were delivered quickly! 454950



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The only wheel chock that you need. Works amazing. 448790



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a great product ! very well built!! and a great value for the money 440540



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Sturdy as ever and still chocking up a storm. 431607



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very heavy duty and sturdy!! great product!!! I will order more of them ! 412758



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POS 407715



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Where others failed these did the job and continue to do so. My boat trailer is held securely in place, even while on a slight plane. This was my second purchase from etrailer.com, the on line catalog makes it simple to identify what is needed as specifications along with an image are provided along with instructions. 399350



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Excellent pair of wheel chocks. A product I can trust to use. 383343


Comments
Hello Jer, Thank you for purchasing our unit and we are glad to hear that the wheel chocks meet your expectations. We are thrilled to hear that you can trust our products for what they are meant to do. Again, we want to thank you. Sincerely, Team MaxxHaul
Jill Q from - 05/23/2017

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