MaxxTow Wheel Chock with Eyebolt - Solid Rubber

MaxxTow Wheel Chock with Eyebolt - Solid Rubber

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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 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

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


Dimensions of wheel chock


70073 Maxx Tow Solid Rubber Wheel Chock with Eye







Video of MaxxTow Wheel Chock with Eyebolt - Solid Rubber


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




Video Transcript for MaxxTow Wheel Chocks - Wheel Chock - MT70073 Review

Today were going to review part number MT70073. This is the MaxxTow solid rubber wheel chock with the eye bolt. This part will keep your trailer in place with the solid rubber wheel chock. Both sides have built in ridges to provide traction against your tire for firm grip. The built in eye bolt will let you tie on your rope to make removing a chock and storing it fast and easy. This chock will help keep your trailer from rocking and rolling when its parked, as the rigid sides provide extra grip on the tire tread to limit movement.

You can position either side against the tire, or you can use this between two tires on a tandem axel trailer. This piece is a solid heavy duty rubber construction. The eye bolt here will offer a point for attaching the rope so that you can remove the chock without having to crawl around on the ground. A few dimensions on this, the length on this is eight and a half inches, and the width would be seven inches. The overall height would be five and a half inches tall.

That should do it for review on part number MT70073.


Customer Reviews

MaxxTow Wheel Chock with Eyebolt - Solid Rubber - MT70073

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (60 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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Sturdy as ever and still chocking up a storm. 431607



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Website so easy to search, I found everything I was looking for in just a few minutes with full description that made my installation a simple task. Soon as I place my order a confirmation came through email, shipping was fast and free. Wish shipping was free with lower minimum purchase Thank you E-Trailer 151615



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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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Without these it would all be down hill.Used these on some steep slopes without problems. There a good heavy,safe chuck that doesn't move once it's placed!!!. 305077



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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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Very sturdy wheel chocks; rely on heft rather than just shape. Use them to chock my 1,600 lb mower in place and they do a first class job. 110079



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



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Heavy duty! This solid rubber chock is the real deal - it could hold a tire on the landing gear of a 747, I'm pretty sure. I wasn't figuring on them weighing quite so much, so the twine I was going to use as hangers won't cut it. They also stink like creosote a little bit, which I'm sure is a condition that will slowly wear off as they age. Just don't keep them inside your home for any length of time. Other than that, they are fantastic, and much more secure than the plastic ones I otherwise found. 102262



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Very nice, solid chocks, although a lot bigger and heavier than I thought they would be. Work great with larger diameter wheels. Although hollow, they are not stack-able, so will take up a little more storage space. 155190


Comments

I still stand behind my reviews. Excellent products and a you are a great company!I tell anyone who asks where I get my trailer parts from :

DonK - 10/19/2015

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If there was something lower than "poor" I would rate these wheel chocks there. Don't get me wrong they work well and are very sturdy..... But the smell? When they arrived I tossed the unopened box in the house and left for errands. Big mistake! Imagine the strongest mothballs you can combined with the downwind smell of an oil refinery running at 110%. You simply cannot store them anywhere people might occupy. I tried storing them in the back of the truck (with a camper shell) in a sealed garbage bag and everything stored near them stunk. And that was after soaking them in detergent solutions and leaving them outside for several days to air out. When we blocked the wheels of our travel trailer with them we couldn't sit near them and if the air was still we could smell them at night while we slept. The smell finally drove me to throw them away. I am not sure how E-trailer keeps these thing in a closed warehouse without getting serious headaches. Anyway..... buyer beware! 300754



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I bought a pair of these for my 16' car trailer a year ago after trying to load it one day and having it get "pushed" by the car as it was going up the ramps. These are very solid and heavy duty. They do a great job of "biting" into the ground and holding the trailer firmly in place. I use them every time I load the trailer up. They also work great for holding things in the bed of the truck from sliding around! 319632


Comments

The eye bolts loosen up every now and then, but otherwise the chocks still look and work like new. I have found many other uses for these things since buying them, like sliding them under pallets to unload engines. They dont deform and hold the weight, although Im sure thats not the recommended way to use them so dont!. All in all, still a great product.

Eric S - 11/25/2017

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



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POS 407715



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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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I bought chocks for all 3 of my tandem axle trailers. When I load and unload my horses the trailer is very stable and l no longer worry about my equipment trailer pushing my truck when I drive onto it. 383016


Comments

Good evening Fred M., We are glad to hear that the item you purchased is doing what it is advertised to do. We appreciate the honest review you have given us and we will continue our best to keep our items at a low price and A quality. Thank you again for your business and if you have any issues, please contact etrailer customer service. Thank you,Team MaxxHaul

Jill Q from - 05/26/2017

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Holds my pick up with trailer and tractor on trailer 373333


Comments

very rugged, works good

Daniel S - 04/29/2018

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Very quick shipping!!!!!! 371960



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Perfect for the need. 346756



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Excellent product and quick delivery. Customer service A+ !! 343158



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Outstanding products and service. 335838



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Heavy, well made. Did the job for two of our enclosed utility trailers while parked. Not going anywhere til they are removed. Nice product! 325468



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Seem to be holding up well 316090



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Best on the market 301792



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Very good quality 301793



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They look and work great! Put them to use on our first fifth wheel trailer. 287570


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Working Great!

Joe M - 09/05/2017

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Good heavy duty quality 272556



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Great place quick shipping n great pric es!! 270760



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VERY POOR PRODUCT! Wont buy again. Not strong enough. Broke apart. 248016



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Heavy duty, much better than using plastic chocks. 246276



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Excellent product, heavy, serious stopping ability and I would recommend for your inexpensive or expensive trailer alike! 244394



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Trailer is still very securely in the driveway and has not rolled into the street (note: it is on a slope). Very good quality and worth the cost 244389



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heavy and strong 221683



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Great selection and service. 198938



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Pretty self explanatory.....These are very stout and will hold just about anything. 193087


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The products perform as expected, I have no complaints

Jim L - 06/17/2016

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Just what I expected..fast shipping..great customer service..using on my class a motorhome 176263



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this is it! the end all for almost any chocking application. 164361



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Fast shipping, well packaged! I ordered on the weekend, it was packed and in transit Monday morning! Website easy to find what I need, good prices. I'll order again! 162375


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  • Benefits of Natural Rubber Wheel Chock MT70073 Over Plastic Types
  • A wheel chock made of natural rubber such as MaxxTow # MT70073 will certainly have an odor when it is brand new, and also for some period of time after use. Plastic chocks like # 288-02011 tend not to have this issue. You may have noticed that a new vehicle or a vehicle with new tires will tell your nose it is there when you enter the garage, for instance. Over time this odor fades. But on the other hand, a natural rubber wheel chock cannot crack or chip, will better resist stress...
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  • Recommended Wheel Chocks for a 6 x 12 Enclosed Single Axle Trailer
  • It really just depends on what you are looking for in wheel chocks. For some basic wheel chocks that get the job done you can use the MaxxTow Wheel Chock # MT70073. It comes in a quantity of 1 so you will need to order 2 per tire. Since it is solid rubber it will do a great job on concrete plus it has received great reviews from our customers. If you are wanting to ensure that you are level 100% of the time, even when you park elsewhere, then you may want to use the Hopkins RV Leveling...
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  • Trailer Suspension Lift Kit for 2017 Airstream Sport 22 Single Axle Travel Trailer
  • A bolt-on axle over-under kit like # K71-384-00 and # K71-385-00 will typically give your trailer between 4 and 5-inches of lift. The exact amount of lift depends on the axle diameter and the height of the leaf spring stack. Lift will be the sum of the axle diameter plus the height of the spring stack. Kit # K71-385-00 works for axles with 3-inch diameter Installing an axle over-under lift kit on a trailer is not a complex job but it does require the right safety equipment to avoid...
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  • Wheel Chock Recommendation for Use with Off Road Jeep Trailer Parked on Incline
  • For larger tires like you have the MaxxTow Wheel Chock part # MT70073 that you referenced would be a great solution for chocking your wheels. You'll want to have a chock behind each tire. This being made of rubber means that it will have great traction on your driveway and won't slip.
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  • Can Breakaway System of Trailer be Used as Parking Brake
  • If you pull the breakaway pin on your trailer it will lock the brakes up until the battery is drained. Breakaway kits shouldn't be used as parking brakes. You'd need a chock like the part # MT70073.
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  • Bottle Jack and Safety Stands for Use During Trailer Maintenance
  • A bottle jack like the Powerbuilt # ALL620471 is the right type of jack to use for changing and rotating tires and other trailer maintenance work. But using wood blocks will reduce the stability of the jack and affect the safety of that process. Any trailer work is best done with wheels chocked on both sides. We offer rubber wheel chock products like # MT70073 and # MT70072 to steady the trailer while you work on it. If you like the Powerbuilt jack for its size you can use it along...
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  • How to Safely Uncouple a Trailer on an Incline
  • Whenever a tow vehicle and trailer are on an incline there will be pressure applied to the hitch ball and coupler. This will make it difficult to uncouple the trailer from the hitch ball. A trailer jack and/or hitch ball lubricant such as # 58117 can sometimes help. The tow vehicle and trailer should always be on a level surface when coupling or uncoupling, and wheel chocks should always be used to ensure the safety of those around the trailer and the trailer itself. We offer a number...
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  • Wheel Chock and Lock for a Tandem Axle Travel Trailer
  • Wheel stops such as # UF21-001070 are designed to stop rocking back and forth just like you said. For a wheel chock I would go with # MT70073 but to keep someone from trying to steal the trailer you could use a wheel lock, # WI490 or # RA-25.
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  • Wheel Chock Recommendation
  • By far the most popular wheel chock we offer with our customers is the Wheel Chock part # MT70073. This chock has way more positive reviews than the other chocks and is at a great price so I would recommend it for you. Two of these would work great. One in front of a wheel and one behind either the same wheel or a different one. These should work in nearly all conditions just as well as any other chock. I attached a review video for you to check out.
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  • Ultra Fab Lock Wheel Stabilizer or Wheel Chock Recommendation
  • If you are looking for a way to reduce the front to back movement of an RV when parked stabilizers like the Ultra-Fab Chock and Lock Wheel Stabilizers # UF21-001070 would be your best option. If you are looking for a brake to prevent a trailer from rolling down a hill when unhitched a wheel chock like part # MT70073 would be better.
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  • Wheel Chock Recommendation for Launching a Boat
  • On a slimy boat ramp there really aren't any traditional style wheel chocks I would feel comfortable recommending for you. If you have a tandem axle boat trailer I would recommend the # UF21-001060 as this installs between your tandem axle tires and will prevent the trailer from moving. See install video. Your best option would be to have at least one other person help you launch your boat. One to sit in the tow vehicle to cover the brake while the other launches the boat.
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  • Can a Trailer be Parked on a Driveway with an Incline
  • Since your driveway is on an incline the trailer will have to have the wheels chocked so it can't roll. Or it will have to be coupled to a tow vehicle while it is parked. It is hard to beat a good rubber chock such as # MT70073 sold in quantities of 1. This chock has an eyebolt so you could hook a rope or chain to it to make it easier to pull out. I have included a link to all of the trailer wheel chock options for you.
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  • Stabilizing a Trailer Side to Side and Front to Back
  • Ultra-Fab Chock and Lock Wheel Stabilizers # UF21-001070 fits a wheel spacing of 1-1/2 inches to 5-1/4 inches, but not 1-3/8 inches. I recommend using a couple of traditional chocks such as # MT70073. You could put one at the front of the front tire and one at the back of the back tire, or have them both between the tires to prevent tire movement. To help further stabilize the trailer I recommend using stabilizer jack set # UF48-979004. Each one of the jacks has a 6,000 pound capacity...
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  • Method to Secure 2012 Scion iQ in Toy Hauler Trailer
  • The MaxxTow Adjustable Wheel Chock # MT70075 that you referenced does bolt to the trailer floor with included hardware but this is intended for motorcycles and is not suitable for your Scion. Also, you would need to go through the process of unbolting it each time its used (meaning crawling under the trailer). The same is true for their Self-Locking Wheel Chock # MT70271. If your transport is a one-time or occasional event you might instead consider a pair of basic rubber chocks like...
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  • Will MaxxTow Wheel Chocks # MT70073 Work Better than Plastic Chocks
  • The MaxxTow Wheel Chocks part # MT70073 are very sturdy and do a great job preventing a trailer from moving. I would recommend these over any similar plastic wheel chock for sure.
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  • Wheel Chocks to Secure Trailer while Loading Heavy Equipment
  • There is no brake controller with a parking brake function. Your best bet is to find a buddy to step on the brake pedal for you when loading equipment. You should also chock the wheels with wheel chocks like # HT38511 or MaxxTow # MT70073. I would go with The MaxxTow solid rubber wheel chock, which weighs about 8-lbs so it will definitely tend to stay put better than a lighter plastic type. It also includes an eye bolt to which you can tie a rope for easier handling.
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  • Recommended Chock for a Boat Trailer Parked on Incline
  • I recommend using the MaxxTow Wheel Chock # MT70073. This is a great piece of solid rubber to help keep your boat trailer in place plus it has received great reviews from our customers! This measures 9-3/4" long x 7-3/4" wide (at bottom) x 6" tall and utilizes ridged sides to help provide some extra grip to the tire tread. There is also an eyebolt on these so that you can easily remove the chock when you need to get going.
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  • Adapter to Move a 5th Wheel Trailer with a Dolly that has a 2 Inch Diameter Ball
  • You would have to use a 5th wheel to gooseneck adapter such as the Ranch hitch # AM3100. All of these adapters couple to a 2-5/16 inch ball but for use with a dolly and not actually towing the trailer it is possible that a 2 inch ball could be used. But I would advise using a 2-5/16 inch ball if you are able to use one with your dolly. Dollies like what you are describing usually do not have the capacity for heavy 5th wheel trailers. If you move forward with this then make sure the capacity...
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  • Can MaxxTow Wheel Chocks Be Used When Loading And Unloading Boat On Ramp
  • The MaxxTow Wheel Chocks, part # MT70073 would certainly add some insurance when you are loading or unloading your boat on a ramp. These chocks measure 9-1/2 inches long and 7-1/2 inches wide at the bottom, and are 6 inches tall. You want to also make sure you turn the engine off and apply the emergency brake when on the ramp. You can never be too cautious.
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  • Recommended Wheel Chock for 7 Ton (15,432 lb) Trailer
  • For your air seeding machine that weights about 7 tons, I recommend the MaxxTow Wheel Chock with Eyebolt - Solid Rubber # MT70073. These are heavy duty weighing about 9 lbs each and will work well for your application. I've attached a few videos and photos to assist.
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  • Using Rack Em Wheel Lock on Trailer that is Parked on Incline
  • I recommend using the Rack'em Lock'em Magnum Wheel Lock # RA-25 with a wheel chock since you said you will be parking on an incline like the MaxxTow # MT70073. The lock will act as a theft deterrent and the chock will prevent the trailer from rolling away. The # RA-25 wasn't designed to stop the movement of a heavy trailer on a hill.
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  • Axle Spacing Compatibility with Ultra-Fab Chock and Lock Wheel Stabilizers UF21-001070
  • The Ultra-Fab Chock and Lock Wheel Stabilizers # UF21-001070 will work on travel trailers whose tandem axles provide wheel-to-wheel spacing between 1-1/2 - 5-1/4-inches. This product is excellent for reducing the rocking of your occupied trailer or RV but it is not intended as a safety device like actual block-style wheel chocks such as # MT70073. For wider wheel spacing the similar item # UF21-001095 is offered. Please refer to the linked video for installation details. Either kit...
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  • Why Would a Gooseneck Trailer Shift When it is Unhooked
  • The shift you may be experiencing when unhooking your gooseneck or fifth wheel trailer most likely has nothing to do with the ball of your adapter sitting too high. It most likely is just from the truck and trailer not sitting level. Which if this is the case I would recommend you chock the wheels with something like a MaxxTow Wheel Chock # MT70073 when connecting or disconnecting. You will want to have your trailer sitting as level as possible though. However, there are no adjustable...
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  • Trailer Jacks for Stabilizing and Lifting 5th Wheel Trailer
  • When you need to remove a hub from your 5th wheel trailer to do wheel bearing inspection and re-packing you'll want to use a jack that lifts the trailer at the I-beam at the side of the frame. Scissor jack stabilizers like # UF48-979002 are not meant for lifting so much as for supporting a portion of the trailer's weight. You certainly CAN use a scissor jack to stabilize the trailer at camp. A safer way to remove your wheel and hub is the Andersen Rapid Jack # AM3620 or the Blaylock...
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  • Eyebolt Thickness of MaxxTow Wheel Chock
  • The eyebolt of the MaxxTow Wheel Chock with Eyebolt - Solid Rubber # MT70073 is 1/4 inch thick loop so your carabiner just needs to have an opening slightly larger than that 1/4 inch to clip around the ring. I've attached a photo to assist.
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  • What Does MaxxTow Wheel Chock with Eyebolt # MT70073 Weigh and Does it Smell Bad
  • I'll shoot you straight! The MaxxTow Wheel Chock with Eyebolt # MT70073 weighs 8 lbs. They smell not great honestly and it is noticeable. We've had two people come back and say that while they work amazing they smell terrible. Currently that's 2 reviews of 60 total where people said they smell bad and the rest didn't mention it. I've handled these before over the years and thought it was a strong smell like a lot of new things made from rubber will have but it personally didn't disgust...
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