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Item # 288-02011
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Keep your RV or camper in place with this wheel chock. High-impact polyurethane resists damage and is treaded for added grip. Bright orange color makes it less likely to be left behind. Measures 8" long x 7" wide x 6" tall. Great Prices for the best wheel chocks from etrailer. etrailer Wheel Chock - Polyurethane - Qty 1 part number 288-02011 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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etrailer Wheel Chocks - 288-02011

  • RV
  • Trailer
  • Wheel Chock
  • Plastic
  • Single Chock
  • etrailer
  • Orange

Keep your RV or camper in place with this wheel chock. High-impact polyurethane resists damage and is treaded for added grip. Bright orange color makes it less likely to be left behind. Measures 8" long x 7" wide x 6" tall.


  • Wheel chock helps to keep your trailer from rocking and rolling when it's parked
    • Perfect for RVs, travel trailers, and 5th-wheel trailers
  • Ribbed bottom keeps chock firmly in place on the ground
  • Treaded surface grips your tire for added stability
  • Handle on the back makes it simple to position or remove
  • Molded hole allows you to run a rope (not included) through it for easy removal and storage of the chock
  • High-impact polyurethane holds up under tremendous weight
    • Resists scuffs and abrasions
  • Distinctive bright orange color catches your eye


  • Quantity: 1 wheel chock
  • Dimensions: 8" long x 7" wide x 6" tall
  • 1-Year limited warranty

02011 Stallion Wheel Chock - Polyurethane - Qty 1

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Video Transcript for etrailer Polyurethane Wheel Chock Review

Hey guys, it's Randy here at Today we're going to take a look at the etrailer polyurethane wheel chocks. Now these wheel chocks I really, really like. These are going to be an excellent substitute for the old rubber style wheel chocks. These are much lighter. They're easier to handle, but they're just as durable.

We've had sets of these around the shop here for years now that we've been using and other than maybe being a little bit dirty, they're in excellent shape and they do a great job. It's a nice dense material, so there's not really any flex, hardly are any gives to it.But I like these in the sense that there's just enough flex to where you can see like the ribs here on the bottom. As a tire puts a little pressure on them, they dig in and they grip. Same thing with some of the T treads that we see here. It just allows those grooves on our tires to get a bite.

We don't have to worry about any slipping.In the backside there's a nice handle there. As you get a good grip, slide it into position where you want it. These are available either in a single, or you can see here a two pack. I think that's an excellent solution for a single axle trailers. We can put one in the front and one in the back to keep that movement to a minimum.

On our tandem trailers, we can put them inside like this, front and back.And you'll notice the hole in the bottom of each of them. That allows us to very easily put a rope through. Once your rope comes through, you get a big flat washer to go on there and then just tie a knot in the rope, pull it down, and make it tight, so then you could have an easy grab handle. You just reach in there and grab it. Most of the time I see that done in pairs, so you'll have a rope through one, then coming through the other.

That way you can place it down and in. When you need to use it, grab the rope and pull it. Both of them will come out and it also allows you to hang it to store, so I like that option.In working with customers on these, there've been zero complaints. Everybody really likes them. They're very strong. They're very durable. Compared to the rubber wheel chocks, they're going to be a much lighter thing to work with, not as heavy to carry around. And they don't leave any of the black marks that we sometimes get off of those rubber wheel chocks, and they certainly don't smell. Some of those rubber wheel chocks can have a heck of an odor to them.Also, we have steel wheel chocks. A steel wheel chocks I think are okay for dock yards and things like that, but as far as in a garage like this, they tend to chip your floor a little bit and do some scratching and some damaging there. So of all the wheel chocks I've handled and messed with, these are definitely the ones I like the most. They're going to be suited for just about any size tire really. They're not too tall, they're not too short. I think they're just the ideal size, the ideal weight, and something I think you'll really like.Here's the example of the one that we've had out here for a few years. And you can see maybe it's not quite bright as what it used to be, but as far as the density, everything is just identical, just the same. No wear and tear, and we use these, if not every day, every other day up here inside and outside. They just do a really good job.I also liked the coloring on them. I liked the high vis orange. When you've got them in place, they're very easy to see. You're going to be less likely to forget about them and try to roll over them. You're also going to be less likely to leave them behind in campsites in situations like that. Generally when you're pulling away from a camp site, at least I do, I always look in the mirror, make sure I didn't forget anything, make sure I didn't leave the kid behind and these will really stand out. These are going to be bright and orange, and you should be able to see them and recognize that they're there and get them picked up.

Customer Reviews

etrailer Wheel Chock - Polyurethane - Qty 1 - 288-02011

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (103 Customer Reviews)

Keep your RV or camper in place with this wheel chock. High-impact polyurethane resists damage and is treaded for added grip. Bright orange color makes it less likely to be left behind. Measures 8" long x 7" wide x 6" tall.


you guys have a great site, easy to use, great products, fast shipping, great videos, wide selection of products, good quality, keep up the good work.

Steven F.


The wheel chocks work great I use them all the time, great product


Solid. Heavy duty. Proper curve to fit to tire.


etrailer's typical user-friendly searching and ordering process was followed by their lightning speed shipping. My heavy duty polyurethane chocks were exactly what I needed for our motorhome trip to the mountains and I needed them quick. etrailer not only delivers the goods but also consistently delivers outstanding customer service!

Martin S.


The chocks are working great. etrailer is the best!


Good heavy duty construction and good size for the R16 tires on my fifth wheel.

John B.


Still very happy and with the product. The chokes have not broken under normal use, not even when a rubber mallet is needed to persuade them from out underneath a tire.


Very solid and larger than expected. These are replacing earlier etrailer chocks (years ago) that were less expensive and are becoming brittle from sunlight (UV) exposure. Very fast delivery was a huge plus!


I know, it's a only a chock but,... It's substantial without being too heavy, lacks the smell and black hands of the rubber chocks, has a hole for a rope handle, and the color is a good visual reminder.


Bought this for the travel trailer. Very well made and should work well.



Been working well. No damage and easy to set and remove


Nice and wide. They work great with my Anderson levelers. Easy to pick up as they have a slot in the back to grab.


For our small, single axle travel trailer, the size is just right. We think the gripping surfaces and the softer, somewhat compliant material will provide improved traction. I am not sure we need the rope hole, but there is no negative to it.


Well I just got them the other day and haven`t used them yet. They look like exactly what I needed. The hole in the center allows me to run a chain through and lock them to the axle. As soon as I put my trailer on the next job they will be put to good use.


The stallion chalks are the perfect shape and weight for our 5th wheel.


It stops a tire from rolling, is lightweight, and mine didn't reek of plastic fumes. What else can I say?


Works excellent, light weight and the orange color brings attention when making trailer ready of transport.


Really nice and sturdy. Fits well under my 15 " wheels .


Great. Delivered quickly. Product was as represented online. Solid, tough, not too heavy. Should do well in holding tires during pull test.


Item arrived as described. Works perfect. Highly recommend.


Great product for a great price. Service and delivery was awesome.


It was snug, maybe a little too snug... had to sort of force it on in order to get the pin up. I would still rather have snug rather than loose.


Great product


They work great


I really like these chocks, heavy duty, wide and good color.


Solid, exactly what I was looking for.


Always love my products to be orange. Great size, manageable, and sturdy.


Speedy delivery, quality chocks


With a little rope it will work great!

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See what our Experts say about this etrailer Wheel Chocks

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    I may have a solution for you, but I don't believe there is going to be a wheel stabilizer/chock we have available that's going to work for tires that are 1-1/4" apart. You may want to have a look at the Fastway ONEstep Wheel Chocks for Tandem-Axle Trailers and RVs - 16" to 24" Long - Qty 2 # FA84-00-4840, which would require that you have a minimum of 16" between the points where your two wheels contact the ground. If you can't make that work, your best bet is going to be using a standard...
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    Most RV wheel chocks like the part # 288-02011 are around 6 inches tall. Most of the time two chocks is ideal. Putting one behind the rearmost wheel and then in front of the forward most wheel on the same side of the trailer will prevent it from moving.
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    A wheel chock made of natural rubber such as Buyers Products # 337WC1467A 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...
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  • How Much Does the Stallion Wheel Chock # 288-02011 Weigh
    The Stallion Wheel Chock # 288-02011 referenced in your question weighs in at just around 5 pounds. The wheel chock is constructed of high-impact polyurethane that will hold up under tremendous weight. The material itself is the orange color you see, so you will not need to worry about any paint flaking off with use. It's possible that the color might fade a bit down the line simply due to exposure to the elements, but the distinctive orange will still hold up great. This will come with...
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