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  • How to Determine Correct Wheel Stabilizers for Tandem Axle Trailer
  • In order to determine the correct wheel stabilizer for your tandem axle trailer, you need to know the spacing you have between your wheels, as there isn't a standard spacing for trailers based on size. So all you need to do is take a quick measurement of the space between the tires at their closest point, which you'll use to determine the right stabilizers. - Up to 5-1/4" Wheel Spacing: Ultra-Fab Chock and Lock Wheel Stabilizers # UF21-001070 (can be locked with Master Lock Padlocks...
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  • Motorcycle Wheel Chock that is Removable When Not In Use
  • We have removable motorcycle wheel chocks like the # RA-17 but the MTMWC-01R that you referenced is not that style of chock. I attached a review video for the # RA-17 for you to check out as well.
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  • Chock and Strap Trailer Tie Down System For A 2016 Polaris RZR With 32" Wheels
  • To secure an ATV with 32" tires to a trailer a few components are needed for worry-free transport. The Erickson Horizontal E-Track part # EM59150 is a great system for securing a variety of items, not just your RZR. For your specific need, a set of wheel chocks and tie downs like the Erickson E-Chock Wheel Chocks for E-Track part # EM09162-2 and the Erickson E-Track Strap with Ratchet # EM59136 are needed. In total you need 4 tracks, 2 wheel chock sets, and 4 tie down straps to secure...
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  • Can the Super Grip Chock Wheel Stabilizers for Tandem Axles be used with Tire Covers on
  • I contacted the manufacturer about if the Super Grip Chock Wheel Stabilizers for Tandem-Axle Trailers # UF21-001091 can be used on wheels with tire covers in place. Per the manufacturer you can use the chock wheel stabilizers with cloth/vinyl wheel covers in place, but they recommend placing something (like a towel) in between the stabilizers and the tire covers to help keep the covers from tearing. One thing to keep in mind is that the Super Grip Chock Wheel Stabilizers for Tandem-Axle...
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  • How To Set-Up Demco Hijacker 5th Wheel Hitch When Using Rhino Box Pin Box
  • What I think you are asking is, how to set-up the hitch with the Rhino Box as the narrow width of the pin box does not engage the capture plates on your Demco Hijacker 5th Wheel hitch. What you are missing is the Demco Hijacker Autoslide Locking Plate for Lippert Rhino Pin Boxes, # DM76FR. You need to use this locking plated when using a Lippert Rhino pin box with the Demco hitch.
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  • USA Manufactured Trailer Wheel Chocks
  • The Ultra-Fab # UF21-001095 wheel chocks are made in China. If you'd prefer a chock manufactured in the US, I'd recommend the # 337WC24483 from Buyers Products. If you click the provided link, you can see a video of my buddy Randy demonstrating the chocks I recommedned.
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  • Adding Ramps To The Hopkins RV Leveling Kit with Electronic LED Smart Level
  • The Hopkins RV Leveling Kit with Electronic LED Smart Level, # HM0820K that you linked to, is an entire kit that includes 1 Smart Level device. This can be combined with the Hopkins Leveling Kit w/ Wheel Chock, # HM08200 to increase your available ramps.
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  • Wheel Stop Style Chocks for Tandem Trailer with 1-1/2 inches Between Tires
  • For a distance of 1-1/2 inches between the tires we have the Ultra-Fab Chock and Lock Wheel Stabilizer # UF21-001060 which would work great, the part # UF21-001091 you referenced has a minimum of 5-1/2 inches so it would not work.
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  • How to Keep Trailer From Rolling on Slight Incline
  • In order to keep a trailer from rolling on a slight incline, what you will need are wheel chocks. You will simply put them behind your trailer tires and that will prevent the trailer from rolling away from you. You'll want to get wheel chocks that you put in the front and rear of your tires, so the easiest option is to use a pair of chocks that are chained together, and the larger your tires are the larger the chock should be: - Rumber 8" Wheel Chocks w/ 3' Pull Chain # RM74FR -...
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  • Wheel Chock Stabilizer Recommendation that Fits On Tandem Setup with 13.5 inches Between Tires
  • Since the distance between your tires is larger at 13-1/2 inches the Super Grip Chock XL Wheel Stabilizers # UF21-001095 is what you'd need as it fits a distance of up to 17 inches between the tires. I attached a picture of what this looks like installed as well as a review video that shows how it installs as well.
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  • Wheel Stabilizer For Tandem Axles That Fits 1-1/2 Inch Wheel Gap.
  • We have what you need. I recommend the Ultra-Fab Chock and Lock. It will fit tire gaps from 1-1/2 inches up to 5-1/4 inches. Ultra-Fab Chock and Lock Wheel Stabilizer for Tandem-Axle Trailers and RVs - Up to 5-1/4" Wide # UF21-001060. Make sure you select the quantity that you need when purchasing this item so you get the amount you need.
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  • Extra Mounting Plates For Erickson Removable Motorcycle Wheel Chock EM07506
  • Yes, you can order extra mounting plates for the Erickson Removable Motorcycle Wheel Chock # EM07506. Replacement Mounting Plates # EM56ZV is the part number you are looking for; this kit comes with 4. This allows you to move the chock to different locations in your trailer just as you were wanting to do.
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  • Will The Blaylock EZ Jack And Wheel Chock Work With Tandem-Axle Boat Trailers
  • Yes, the Blaylock EZ Jack and Wheel Chock for Tandem-Axle Trailers, # EZ-JACK will work wonderfully for the boat trailer you describe.
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  • Recommended X-Chocks For A 17" Wheel Spacing
  • X-Chocks that fit a tire distance of 17" will actually go longer than 17" to ensure a tight fit against the wheels. For example I went out to the warehouse and measured the Super Grip Chock XL Wheel Stabilizers for Tandem-Axle Trailers and RVs - Qty 2 # UF21-001095 and they were able to extend past 18". I recommend going with the # UF21-001095 over the # UF21-001070 you were looking because the # UF21-001095 has adjustable feet to get a full grip against the tires unlike the # UF21-001070.
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  • What Type of Wheel Chocks do you Recommend for my 3 Axle Toy Hauler
  • I have done most of the videos we have on these chocks and while the Buyers Products Heavy Duty Wheel Chock with Retaining Bracket for Chains part # 337WC0888 is a very sturdy and solid wheel chock it is very heavy to lug around and the layers could get dirt and debris caught in them. I would instead recommend something like the etrailer Wheel Chock part # 288-02011 we use these around the shop here and they do great! They are very light and easy to move around but extremely durable...
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  • Can I Cut Down My Anderson Wheel Chock For Narrow Spacing Between Trailer Tires
  • Yes, the narrow end of the Andersen Camper Wheel Chock and Leveler part # AM3604 can be trimmed up to 4 inches to allow for narrow tire spacing on trailers. I have attached a couple of diagrams for your reference. Anderson recommends cutting down the chocks with a miter saw for the safest and easiest method.
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  • Product Weight Of Buyers Products 8 Inch Wheel Chocks With 3 Foot Rope
  • The Buyers Products 8" Wheel Chocks With 3' Rope # 337WC24483 weighs 6-lbs.
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  • Thule Levelers Compatibility With 24' Class C Motorhome
  • The Thule RV Wheel Levelers # TH307617 were designed to accommodate larger tires like on your Class C motorhome and help you achieve stability for your vehicle on uneven terrain. They have a weight capacity of 10,000lbs and are made of a UV proof, stable HD PE material so you should have no issues using these with your 24' Class C motorhome.
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  • How Do I Hook/Unhook My Trailer from a Ball Coupler?
  • The first thing you want to do when hooking/unhooking a trailer is to get on level ground with the trailer and tow vehicle. Next, I recommend using chocks like the Buyers Products 10" Wheel Chock w/ 4-1/2" Handle - Heavy Duty Rubber # 337WC1085H in order to keep the trailer from shifting during hooking/unhooking. Then, from this point, you need to connect/disconnect wires from the tow vehicle. After this step, begin lowering the jack so that your coupler engages your ball (or disengages...
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  • Which Set of Super Grip Chock Stabilizers Fits 16 inch Diameter Wheels
  • Since your wheel size is 16 inch the correct set of Super Grip Chock XL Wheel Stabilizers is the part # UF21-001095 as the kit you mentioned fits smaller diameter wheels and would not work.
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  • How To Confirm Fit of Fastway ONEstep Wheel Chocks
  • In order to determine the correct Fastway ONEstep Wheel Chocks, part # FA84-00-4150-2 or part # FA84-00-4840 you'd need to measure the distance between the tires where they meet the pavement. The former works with a spread of 16"-30" and the latter works with a spread of 16"-24". In regards to using them with levelers, this I cannot recommend.
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  • Wheel Chock Recommendation for Disconnected Trailer on Hill
  • Utilizing wheel chocks like the Anderson Tuff Chock # 3605 wouldn't be ideal for the angle you are stating. Of course the weight of the boat is likely not distributed evenly over the axle, there are some chocks I believe would work for the situation you stated. I recommend using the etrailer Wheel Chocks - Polyurethane - Qty 2 # 288-02011-2 which have a little more grip on the bottom of the chocks and have a little more give to ensure they won't slide down the hill. Another great option...
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  • Will the Andersen Camper Wheel Chock and Leveler Work With 16" Tire/Wheel
  • The Andersen Camper Wheel Chock and Leveler part # AM3604 will work on a 16" wheel (what I think you mean) no issues so long as the overall diameter with tire does not exceed 32". If you have a 235/80-16 or 235/85-16 for example then you'll be fine but if you have a 255/85-16 this will be too larger. That said, these are just the most popular sizes so be sure to check what you have. The latter is not as common as the two former so more than likely you are good to go.
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  • Fit of Fastway FA84-00-4000 ONEstep Wheel Chock
  • The Fastway ONEstep wheel chock, part # FA84-00-4000 isn't a trailer specific item. As long as the spacing between the tires is between 16-24 inches as shown in the provided photo, the # FA84-00-4000 chock will work great for you. I've linked to a demonstration video showing how the chock works.
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  • Is There a Weight Capacity on CE Smith Fold-Up Wheel Chocks
  • I spoke with my contact at CE Smith regarding the Fold-Up Wheel Chocks # CE32600 referenced in your question. She stated that these do not actually have a listed weight capacity, as they are designed and sturdy enough to be used on any RV or trailer tire. You do not have to worry about these being overloaded as long as they are used correctly. The sturdy chocks can be used as a pair to secure the front and back of a single tire. They measure 4-1/4 inches wide, 5-1/4 inches long, and...
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  • Can I Use Fastway ONEstep Wheel Chocks On My Triple Axle Trailer
  • Yes, you can use Fastway ONEstep Wheel Chocks for Tandem-Axle Trailers and RVs part # FA84-00-4840 on your triple axle trailer. You would need 2 sets. The chocks adjust from 16" to 24". You do want to make sure the wheel spacing between the tires is between 16" and 24". To determine this measure on the ground from the contact point to the other contact point of each tire. I have attached a photo for your reference. If your wheel spacing is 24-30" you need Fastway ONEstep XL Wheel Chocks...
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  • Can Blaylock EZ Jack be Used to Change Tire on 2017 Coachmen Freedom Express 246RKS
  • If the Trailer Aid Plus system didn't quite get a bad tire off of the ground for your 2017 Coachmen Freedom Express 246RKS then the Blaylock EZ Jack and Wheel Chock # EZ-JACK will probably not work since it offers about the same amount of lift and your axles are spaced further apart. Instead I recommend using the TrailerLegs Tire Saver Stands because they are designed to lift your trailer by the axle. These come in a set of 2 # 326-TRLLG-2 as well as 4 # 326-TRLLG-4 depending on how...
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  • Can Andersen Wheel Chock and Leveler AM3604 be Used on Tandem Axle with ST235/85R16 Tires
  • The Andersen Camper Wheel Chock and Leveler # AM3604 will work great for your your tandem axle trailer as long as the trailer doesn't weigh over 30,000 pounds. The chocks can be used on tires that are up to 32 inches in diameter and your ST235/85R16 tires feature an overall diameter of 31.7 inches. To ensure stability a leveler should be used on each axle so I recommend ordering 2 of these for your trailer. I have attached a short video demonstration that you can also check out.
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  • Additional Mounting Hardware for the Erickson Removable Motorcycle Wheel Chock
  • We do have mounting hardware available for the Erickson Removable Motorcycle Wheel Chock - 6" Wide Tires # EM07506. What you are looking for is the Replacement Mounting Plates for Erickson Removable Motorcycle Wheel Chock # EM56ZV. You would just need to pick up some 1/4" bolts similar to the ones that come with the original kit to finish the installation.
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  • What is the Weight Capacity of the CargoSmart Motorcycle Wheel Chock for E-Track Systems
  • I reached out to CargoSmart and found that there is no weight capacity rating for the CargoSmart Motorcycle Wheel Chock for E-Track or X-Track Systems # 3481731 since it is only meant to stabilize your motorcycle. The limiting factor would be the E-track in this case. Assuming you are using the single slot E-track tie-down points like the Snap-Loc E-Track Tie-Down Anchor # SLSB you shouldn't have any problems. Although I do not know the capacity of what you have, each of these has a...
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  • Do You Carry The Balyock EZ-100 Jack?
  • The Blaylock EZ Jack and Wheel Chock for Tandem-Axle Trailers # EZ-JACK is the EZ-100 EZ jack from Baylock. We use our own part numbers that are different from the manufacturers part numbers. It can support up to 20,000lbs and provides up to 6" of lift.
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  • Can Blaylock EZ Jack and Wheel Chock be Used with Torsion Axles
  • Yes, the Blaylock EZ Jack and Wheel Chock part # EZ-JACK that you referenced will work with torsion axle trailers like what you have on your trailer. It works just as well with torsion axles as it does with leaf spring axles. I attached a review video for this product for you to check out as well.
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  • Can CargoSmart Motorcycle Wheel Chock for E-Track or be Used with 3 inch Wide Tires
  • The CargoSmart Motorcycle Wheel Chock for E-Track or X-Track Systems # 3481731 that you referenced was designed to fit tires up to 7 inches in width but it will work with a bike that has a 3 inch wide tire assuming it's tied down properly.
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  • How Many Andersen Camper Levelers Are Needed Per Axle
  • Per my contact at Andersen, only one leveler like part # AM3604 is required per axle, so if you have a tandem axle trailer 2 sets would be recommended.
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  • Wheel Chock Recommendation for Street Bike with Oversize Discs
  • For street bikes that have larger rotors like your you'd need to go a different route with a wheel chock since the rails of the MaxxTow part (DISCONTINUED) MT70075 are going to interfere. Instead I'd recommend the MaxxTow # MTMWC-01R which would easily clear the discs and still gives you a very solid chock setup for your street bike.
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  • How Much Ground Clearance Is Needed for the Blaylock EZ Jack and Wheel Chock Part # EZ-JACK
  • That's a great question. The manufacturer doesn't exactly provide this information so I went out to our warehouse and did some tests with the Blaylock EZ Jack and Wheel Chock part # EZ-JACK for you. It looks like the highest point on the Blaylock EZ Jack and Wheel Chock will be about 13" while you are driving up onto it. I have attached a photo to show this for you as well.
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  • Recommended Wheel Jack For Tandem Trailer For Changing Flat Tire
  • The best way to change a wheel on your fifth wheel trailer is to use the Andersen Rapid Jack, part # AM3620. You will pull the vehicle up on the # AM3620 so that the other wheel is about an inch off the ground. I have attached a link to a video that shows how the # AM3620 jack is used. It is always a good idea to use jack stands like part # PTW41021 as well. Having the jack stands under the frame while you change the wheel gives you added security.
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  • Can Wheel Nets or Wheel Straps be Used With Wheel Chocks on E-Track
  • You can use either wheel nets or wheel straps with the Erickson E-Chock Wheel Chock for E-Track # EM09162 (this is a quantity of one strap but can be ordered in a pair at part # EM09162-2). I recommend the Erickson Adjustable Wheel Net with E-Track Fittings - 1,166 lbs # 77314 or Erickson E-Track Wheel Tie-Down Strap with Roller Idler and Ratchet - 2" x 12' - 1,100 lbs # EM58523. For a kit I recommend the Erickson E-Track Tie-Down Kit w/ 2 Ratchet Straps with Roller Idlers and 2 Wheel...
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  • Should Motorcycle Wheel Chocks # MWCB be Centered on a Trailer
  • Ideally, you would want the load to be centered side to side on a trailer. Front to back is another issue because its position on the trailer will change the tongue weight. You will want the tongue weight to be 10 to 15 percent of the gross trailer weight. To get it just right, I recommend a tongue weight scale like # 5780, or follow the steps in the FAQ I have linked for determining trailer tongue weight. Having a centered load with the correct tongue weight will reduce the possibility...
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  • How To Determine If Andersen Rapid Jack or Blaylock EZ Jack Will Lift Enough to Remove Wheel
  • The Andersen Rapid Jack part # AM3620 and Blaylock EZ Jack and Wheel Chock part # EZ-JACK are both excellent options to help quickly and effectively change a trailer tire. I spoke with each of the respective manufacturers but neither we able to give any sort of exact criteria that must be meet to ensure the wheel will be able to be removed but it is just not that common for this not to happen. If I had to speculate, I would say that trailers with worn down suspension components may be more...
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  • Wheel Chock Axle Stabilizer Recommendation for Wheels 16 inches Apart
  • We have the Super Grip Chock XL Wheel Stabilizer for Tandem-Axle Trailers # UF21-001094 which can fit wheel spaces of up to 17 inches. For a pair you would then want the part # UF21-001095.
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  • Wheel Change Jack Compatible with Triple Axle Trailer
  • The Andersen Rapid Jack # AM3620 is not designed to work with triple axle trailers. If you are looking to use it for leveling, then I recommend the Andersen Camper Wheel Chock and Leveler # AM3604 for your application. The similar # EZ-JACK is also not for use on triple axle trailers. If you are looking to use for changing a tire there unfortunately isn't a drive on solution we can offer. You will need the Powerbuilt Unijack Bottle Jack with Built-In Jack Stand - 21" Lift - 6,000...
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  • How to Determine if Ultra Fab Super Grip Chock XL Wheel Stabilizers Will Fit a Trailer
  • Most likely yes since the part # UF21-001095 is very universal in the tandem axle trailer it can fit but you need to take one measurement. You need to measure the distance between the tires on one side of your trailer. If that distance is between 3-1/2 inches and 17 inches these will fit and work well.
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  • Best Device to Lift Trailer When Changing Tire on a Triple Axle Trailer
  • Yes, the Blaylock EZ Jack and Wheel Chock part # EZ-JACK can be used on a triple axle trailer like you have but you would need to turn the curve up, opposite the wheel, and drive up on the jack and you will be able to change the tires. Otherwise the best way to change a tire out on your boat trailer would be with a jack and jack stand for which we have the Powerbuilt Unijack Bottle Jack with Built-In Jack Stand part # ALL620471 that is both. I have attached a review video of both options...
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  • Hardware For Installing E-Tracks on Marine Plywood Trailer Deck
  • Because of their versatility there isn't a specific type of wood screw that's recommended when installing the Erickson E-Tracks like # E19148. The screw length will depend on the thickness of your trailer deck but for thinner marine plywood I do recommend adding Backing Plates # e96RR to reinforce the connection. I have attached a sample install video as well that you might also find helpful.
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  • Stabilizer Recommendation for Tandem Axle Trailer with Lipper Ground Control
  • I'd go with a wheel stabilizer setup like the Super Grip Chock Wheel Stabilizers # UF21-001091 as it will lock the wheels together and remove the movement you have left. I attached a review video for you to check out as well.
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  • WIll Using the Andersen RapId Jack to Change a Tire Cause Spring Overload
  • Using the Andersen Rapid Jack # AM3620 to quickly change a tire will not damage the leaf spring on your tandem axle trailer. This has been tested for use with double axle trailers so there's really nothing to worry about because, as you noted, this is a static load and the weight is not going to be completely transferred to a single spring. I've linked a review video we did that shows how you can safely perform this tire change
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  • Will the MaxxTow Adjustable Wheel Chock # MT70075 Work with a Harley Street Glide
  • The MaxxTow Adjustable Wheel Chock (DISCONTINUED) MT70075 is no longer available. I great fit would be the Erickson # EM07506 Removable Motorcycle Wheel Chock. It will fit tires up to 6 inches wide, and is easily removable when not needed.
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  • MaxxTow Bike Chock Limitations
  • Your cycle tire exceeds this products limitaions of the MaxxTow Self-Locking Chock, so a standard motorcycle wheel chock, like the Tow-Rax # TWSPWM would be a better choice. Many of our cycle chocks customers like the ShockStrap # 297-10BR tie-down with shock absorber. I attached some information for you.
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  • Mounting a CE Smith Motorycle Rail # CE26110PG on a Shorelander PWC Trailer
  • Judging by the picture you submitted it does look like the CE Smith Motorcycle Rail # CE26110PG you have on your trailer is flexing a bit under the weight of your Honda Magna. What I would recommend you do is either move the rail back a bit on the frame of your trailer, or if you really like where it is at take the trailer to a qualified fabricator and have him weld another rail under the ramp under where the front wheel is to add bracing. While this ramp is pretty sturdy, you have...
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  • Can the Super Grip Chock Wheel Stabilizer Be Used To Hold a Trailer On a Slope/Incline
  • The Super Grip Chock Wheel Stabilizer for Tandem-Axle Trailers part # UF21-001090 is more of a stabilizer than a wheel chock. Therefore, you can still use these to help prevent the trailer from rocking etc. but in order to hold the trailer in place on an incline/slop you'll need an actual wheel chock. The Rumber Wheel Chock Set part # RM57FR is what I recommend as they are very heavy duty and easy to use due to the included chains.
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  • How to Measure to Determine if Fastway ONEstep Wheel Chocks will Fit a Dual-Axle Trailer
  • Measuring on the ground to the inside point of contact of each tire is correct. The Fastway ONEstep Wheel Chocks # FA84-00-4840 would be the right part for you, if your measured wheel spacing is between 16 and 24 inches on your dual-axle trailer. Great suggestion regarding the picture illustrating how to get this measurement by the way. I went ahead and attached a picture for you to check out.
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  • Wheel Stabilizer for 2016 Freedom Express 321FEDSLE Tandem-Axle Bumper-Pull Travel Trailer
  • For your 2016 Coachman Freedom Express 321FEDSLE tandem-axle bumper pull travel trailer that has 14-inch wheel spacing you can use the Ultra-Fab Super Grip Chock XL Wheel Stabilizers for Tandem-Axle Trailers, part # UF21-001095, which is shown in the linked video.
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  • Would the Blaylock Wheel Chock part # EZ-JACK Work with Trailer Fenders
  • The Blaylock Wheel Chock part # EZ-JACK that you referernced should work just fine on a trailer with fenders like yours. I attached a picture that shows it being used on a trailer with fenders for you to check out plus a review video. The overall height of the product is 6 inches. As long as your fenders are taller than 6 inches off the ground there would be no way it would interfere with this.
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  • Is the Ultra-Fab Products Wheel Chocks # UF21-001080 Sold Individually or in Pairs
  • The Ultra-Fab Chock and Lock Wheel Stabilizer # UF21-001080 that you referenced is sold individually. You should only need one to effectively chock your wheels/lock the trailer since blocking one side of the trailer will prevent both axles from rolling. I attached a review video for you to check out as well.
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  • Recommended Wheel Chock and Tie-Down System to Secure 2017 Harley-Davidson Tri Glide Ultra
  • Yes. The MaxxTow Adjustable, Self-Locking Wheel Chock part # MT70271 for the front wheel will not work because the factory tire is 5.2 inches wide and that chock will only fit up to 5 inches. I recommend instead using the MaxxTow Adjustable Wheel Chock with Pivoting Bracket - 7-1/8" Wide Tires - Powder Coated Steel # MTMWC-01R. I recommend using the Erickson Motorcycle and ATV Tie-Downs w Soft Ties and TCS Buckles - 1"x6' - 400 lbs - Qty 2 # EM05729 to secure your bike in the wheel chock....
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  • What is the Lift of the Blaylock EZ-Jack
  • The Blaylock EZ Jack and Wheel Chock # EZ-JACK has a lift height of 6 inches. The other axle's wheel is designed to come off the ground, but since it is hanging from the suspension, it will not come off the ground a full 6 inches. I have attached a review video of the EZ Jack for you.
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  • Distance Between Mounts of CargoSmart Motorcycle Wheel Chock # 3481731
  • The X-track fittings of the CargoSmart Motorcycle Wheel Chock # 3481731 that you referenced are separated by 12 inches.
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  • Are All of the E-track and X-Track Accessories Interchangeable
  • That's a fine question. Unlike many things in this world the companies like Kinedyne, Erickson and Cargo Smart all made the tracks the same size! So luckily for us we can use any of the e-track or x-track accessories like the Erickson E-Chock Wheel Chock for E-Track part # EM09162 interchangeably. As a side note I really like X-Track or E-Track and find it to be extremely handy. Enjoy.
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  • Mounting Hole Dimensions of Maxx Tow # MT70271 Wheel Chock
  • The attachment hole spacing is as follows: Font to back, the holes measure 2-1/4 inches apart, measured center to center. From side to side, they're right at 9-1/2 inches. I'm not sure what you meant by 'bad spot'. If you mean that a portion of the floor is damaged or deteriorated, I'd highly recommend you repair it before bolting the wheel chock in place.
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  • Super Grip Chock Wheel Stabilizers for Tandem-Axle Trailers
  • The Super Grip Chock Wheel Stabilizers for Tandem-Axle Trailers and RVs, # UF21-001091 are made in China. These are a great solution to prevent the tires from rocking and causing front-to-back motion when you are parked and inside the camper. I've attached a review video of the Super Grip Chocks for you.
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  • Recommended Heavy Duty Rubber Wheel Chock for 5th Wheel Trailer
  • It is best to use a set of wheel chocks either between the inside tires or in front and behind of the outside tires but I would definitely use more than one per side. That said, I recommend the Buyers Products Heavy Duty Wheel Chock part # 337WC0888 because it is heavier (10 lbs) therefore less likely to slide and it has more contact with the tire both width wise and height wise.
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  • Can Fastway ONEstep Wheel Chocks # FA84-00-4000 be Used with Trailer Levelers
  • Only one set of the Fastway ONEstep Wheel Chocks # FA84-00-4000 would be needed to prevent your trailer from moving. And since you'd only need to install the levelers on one side of the trailer the trick would be to install the ONEstep on the higher side of the trailer and the levelers on the other so that you get the function of both.
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  • Will 5-Inch Wide Tire Fit CargoSmart E-Track Motorcycle Wheel Chock 3481731
  • CargoSmart Motorcycle Wheel Chock # 3481731 will accept tires up to 7-inches wide but if you refer to the linked photo you'll see that the chock's wheel hoop has a slight taper. 1-inch from the hoop's apex the inside width is approximately 5-1/2-inches, perfect for your tire; 2-inches from the apex it is 6-1/2-inches and all the way out at the opening this width is 8-inches. Since you'll be using some type of tie-down straps to help secure the motorcycle anyway, items such as E-Track...
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  • Can Andersen Camper Wheel Chock and Leveler AM3604 be Used if More than 4 Inches Off Level
  • If you are more than 4 inches off level then you would still be off level when using Andersen Camper Wheel Chock and Leveler Item # AM3604 just to a lesser degree. So if you are 5 inches off, use this leveler, you will still be 1 inch from being level. You can still use it you just won't be level. What I recommend is to also have some leveling blocks such as # UF48-979051. These are stackable blocks so you can adjust how many are used for the best height to level the trailer/RV. If...
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  • Can Wheel of Vehicle Rest on E-Track When Using Wheel Chocks
  • Yes, the wheel of a motorcycle or bicycle can rest on an e-track no problem.
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  • Can Blaylock EZ Jack be Used on Trailer with Leaf Springs
  • The Blaylock EZ Jack and Wheel Chock for Tandem-Axle Trailers # EZ-JACK can fit trailers with leaf springs. If you check out the picture I attached you can see it used on a leaf spring trailer just like yours.
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  • Are MaxxTow Adjustable Wheel Chock Feet Adjustable and Easily Removed
  • I spoke with my contact at MaxxTow and he said the Adjustable Wheel Chock Adjustable # MT70271 has feet that give the chock's crossbar a 1 inch rise. The feet are not adjustable but can be removed. The feet contain eyelets so if you remove them you will lose the ability to use the eyelets as tie downs.
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  • Recommended Tire Clearance Between Tires on Dual Axle Trailer
  • There should be 2 inches minimum between the tires on a dual axle trailer. This will allow the suspension components room to work properly but a little more room is ideal. For instance the Ultra-Fab Chock and Lock Wheel Stabilizers for Tandem-Axle Trailers and RVs - Qty 2 # UF21-001070 is designed to be used between the two wheels and will work on wheel spacing between 1-1/2 and 5-1/4 inches. 3-1/2 to 5-1/4 inches is my recommendation. The axle spacing center to center should be between...
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  • Removable Wheel Chock Recommendation for an MVP Toy Hauler Trailer and Harley Davidson Motorcycles
  • For an wheel chock that is easily removable, I recommend the Rackem chock, # RA-17. This chock has a base that mounts to the trailer floor and the chock part can easily be removed by loosening the wing nuts at the front. This chock accepts wheels up to 6-1/2 inches wide.
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  • Measuring Fit of Fastway ONEstep Wheel Chocks
  • You simply measure between the tires about an inch off the ground to determine what Fastway chocks are the best fit for your application. We have the Fastway ONEstep Wheel Chock for Tandem-Axle Trailers and RVs - 16" to 24" Long # FA84-00-4000 and the Fastway ONEstep XL Wheel Chock for Tandem-Axle Trailers and RVs - 24" to 30" Long # FA84-00-4150. This will actually adjust down to 16 inches if you move the Allen bolts into the different holes according to the manufacturer so if you are...
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  • Are Rubber Wheel Chocks Better Than Plastic for Trailers
  • Yes, rubber wheel chocks such as the Buyers Products 5" Wheel Chock part # 337WC1467A tend to have a better grip on asphalt and pavement when compared to plastic which can have a tendency to slide. I personally prefer rubber wheel chocks to plastic because they are more durable but I will say plastic is lighter and weight is a factor for trailers when you start to add things up. The Buyers Products 5" Wheel Chock weighs about 3 lbs.
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  • How Many Holes Get Drilled to Install the CargoSmart Wheel Chock # 3481731
  • According to the installation instructions you will use 4 attachment points when installing the CargoSmart Motorcycle Wheel Chock for E-Track or X-Track Systems - 7" Wide Tires Item # 3481731 to your trailer. So you will need to drill 4 holes. I recommend adding the Snap-Loc E-Track Tie-Down Anchor - Square Mounting Hole - Bolt On - 1,000 lbs - Matte Zinc - Qty 1Item # SLSZ to attach the chock to the floor of your trailer.
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  • EZ-Jack Recommendation for Tandem Axle Trailer to Allow for Flat Tire Changing
  • Since you have a tandem axle trailer the easiest solution for jacking up the trailer to allow the flat to be changed is the Blaylock EZ Jack part # EZ-Jack. You would just need to roll the good tire on the side of the trailer up on this wedge and the flat tire would come up off the ground high enough to be changed.
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  • Wheel Chock Recommendation for a Honda Goldwing 1800
  • It looks like the front tire on your Goldwing is a 130 width meaning it is just a little bit over 5 inches wide. That would be just slightly too large for the MaxxTow Adjustable, Self-Locking Wheel Chock # MT70271 which accepts tires 3 to 5 inches wide. There is a similar option for wider tires, # MTMWC-01R, which will take a tire up to 7-1/8 inches wide. There isn't a backing plate that comes with it or a specific one designed for it but I do recommend using one such as # e96RR since...
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  • Will the MaxxTow Adjustable Wheel Chock Part # MTMWC-01R Fit a 16 Diameter x 6 Wide Tire
  • Yes, the MaxxTow Adjustable Wheel Chock part # MTMWC-01R will work with your 16" diameter x 6" wide tire. This wheel chock will fit a tire from 3-1/8" to 7-1/8" wide and 14" to 21" diameter. The 1-1/2" increments you are referring to is in regards to diameter as it can be adjusted to better fit larger/smaller diameter tires. I called my contact at MaxxTow to confirm this. I have attached a review video of the wheel chock for you as well.
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  • Choosing Between Anderson Camper Levelers AM3620 and AM3604
  • The only silly question is the one unasked. You can use just one of the Anderson Rapid Jack # AM3620 on your single-axle trailer. This leveler is USA-made from 100-percent recycled materials. If you have a multi-axle trailer then instead use # AM3604.
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  • Will One Tire be Off the Ground on the Same Side the Anderson Rapid Jack is Used
  • Trailers tend not to have a suspension that travels 8 or more inches, which is the amount of lift provided by the Rapid Jack # AM3620. If the axles are far enough apart or the ground is not level it could be an issue though. That's why its tough to beat a good ol' bottle jack such as # ALL640405.
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  • Best Wheel Chock and Leveler for a Class C Motorhome
  • The best chock/leveling system we have for your motorhome with a dually axle is the Andersen Camper Wheel Chock and Leveler part # AM3604. This system can be used on trailers/vehicles up to 30,000 lbs with wheels up to 32" diameter. They are made in the USA and come with a three year warranty. I have attached a review video for you in addition to a photo of a customer who used them on their Vista Cruiser Mini which is a class c motorhome that is around 24' long with a dually axle.
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  • Keeping Batteries Charged in Trailer Stored at RV Storage Lot and Keeping Moisture Out
  • Typically at trailer storage lots you won't get access to a power outlet to run a battery charter/maintainer to keep the batteries topped off so the best option would be a solar panel charger like the 2.5-Watt Solar Battery Charger # PTW2997 which you'd mount on the top of the trailer or near the battery box with access to as much sunlight as possible. Then for keeping the moisture out of the camper the Camco dehumidifier # CAM44195 works as a dehumidifier which will prevent mold and...
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  • Benefits of Natural Rubber Wheel Chock MT70073 Over Plastic Types
  • 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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  • Recommended Cutting Method for the Andersen Camper Wheel Chock and Leveler AM3604
  • We had a customer come back and say that they used a miter saw to cut their Levelers part # AM3604 down to the right size and it worked well. That would probably be the safest method so it would be what I would recommend.
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  • Is There a Difference Between Ultra-Fab Wheel Stabilizers?
  • Aside from price, the difference is that Ultra-Fab stabilizer # UF21-001090 is a single unit, while # UF21-001091 comes in a quantity of two. I've added links to review videos of each of these products for you to take a look at.
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  • Recommended Wheel Chock And Leveler For Triple-Axle Trailer
  • The leveler that will work for your tri-axle trailer is the Andersen Camper Wheel Chock and Leveler # AM3604. The Rapid Jack # AM3620 will not work for multi-axle trailers because the jack is too large to fit between the tires,
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  • Socket Size for Super Grip Chock Wheel Stabilizers
  • The Super Grip Chock Wheel Stabilizer for Tandem-Axle Trailers and RVs # UF21-001090 weighs about 5 lbs; it is also available as a pair of stabilizers at part # UF21-001091. The socket size is 17mm and it does come with an E-Z ratchet if you need or want to expand it manually. I have added links to a couple video reviews of the stabilizer for you to check out as well.
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  • Best Solid Rubber Wheel Chocks For Trucks and Recreational Trailers
  • The Runber # RM74FR tire chocks are big-hulking stoppers that you can depend on. They are made of solid rubber. I can't imagine anything that you could not safely chock with these. There are larger chocks, but they are not solid. The ribbed construction adds extra grip where it meets the tire.
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  • Does Blaylock EZ Jack Wheel Chock # EZ-JACK Require Two Per Side of Trailer
  • When using the Blaylock EZ Jack and Wheel Chock for Tandem-Axle Trailers # EZ-JACK on a tandem axle trailer you don't have to use a jack for each axle. Basically you only have to use one of these on one side of the trailer and you'd be fine. I attached a picture that shows this as well.
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  • Recommended Wheel Chock for 2017 Indian Springfield
  • Looking at pictures of your Indian Springfield the front fender may indeed cause some trouble with the MaxxTow Adjustable Wheel Chock # MT70271 that you referenced. The front portion of the chock measures 16 inches in height. I recommend comparing this to the height of your fender to see if it will clear the upright. Otherwise a better option is going to be with the MaxxTow Adjustable Wheel Chock # MT70075. This chock has a smaller upright that measures just 10-9/16 inches from the...
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  • Floor Thickness Requirement for the Tow-Rax Wheel Chock Part # TWSPWM
  • When installing the Tow-Rax Removable Wheel Chock w/ Wood Screws part # TWSPWM there really isn't a set material thickness it needs to be in. It does not carry any type of weight rating. It is meant to act as a stop for your wheel and to keep it from moving side to side as you are heading down the road. The 3/4" plywood you intend to mount it to will work out great. i would not trust anything under 1/2" in this situation.
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  • Is LED Smart Level in the Hopkins RV Leveling Kit Available Separately
  • Yes! The LED Smart Level that comes with the Hopkins RV Leveling Kit # HM0820K is available separately as part # HM08201.
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  • Andersen Rapid Jack Compatibility with Travel Trailer Leaf Springs
  • The Andersen Rapid Jack # AM3620 is designed specifically for trailers with leaf springs and tandem axles to change tires or for single axle trailers with or without leaf springs for leveling. The only issue some people have had with their tandem axles is that the spacing is sometimes too close to fit the jack, however, you can trim the unit to work in those situations. This is not intended to be a leveling option for multi-axle trailers. If that is what you need, I recommend the # AM3604...
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  • Can I Use the Erickson E-Track Wheel Chock with 180mm Wheels
  • When you convert the width of your 180mm tire into inches, it's going to be 7.08", and the E-Track Wheel Chock # 3481731 is designed to handle a maximum of 7" tires and you're going to be right at the cusp. Since we're dealing with 1/100ths of an inch in this case, I do believe that you'll be able to make it work, but it's going to be a snug fit. I do recommend also using the Erickson E-Track Straps # EM59136 to further secure your bike in this setup, as well.
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  • Will MaxxTow Adjustable Self-Locking Wheel Chock # MT70271 Hold Motorcycle if Not Bolted Down
  • My contact at MaxxTow advised that their Adjustable Self-Locking Wheel Chock # MT70271 can be used to support a motorcycle even if not bolted down to a garage floor surface. It is rated for 1800-lbs, roughly double the shipping weight of your Harley-Davidson FLHTKL Limited Low. If you were to use the chock on a trailer to transport the cycle it would be essential to mount the chock to the trailer deck surface using the included hardware. This chock works with tires up to 5-inches wide...
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  • Where to Measure to Determine if Fastway ONEstep Wheel Chocks will Fit a Dual-Axle Trailer
  • Measuring on the ground to the inside point of contact of each tire is the correct way to determine which chock setup you need. Yours being 16 inches at the closest point would most likely fall within the 16 to 24 inch range of the # FA84-00-4840.
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  • How to Keep Andersen Camper Wheel Chock From Slipping
  • The Andersen Camper Wheel Chock # AM3604 that you mentioned typically does a really nice job of staying in place when driving onto them but depending on the type of ground surface you're dealing with they can still move around a bit. If you are having a lot of trouble with this something you can try is to simply add some grip tape like # A10-2210VP to the chock. This will roughen up the smooth surface of the chock so that the trailer tire can get a better grip when rolling over it....
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  • Is There a Degree Limit for Out of Level for Use with Wheel Chocks
  • There isn't an exact degree limit for wheel chocks like the # 288-02011 to be considered safe or not. It's a situation where you'd need to use your best judgment and as long as the chocks don't appear to be failing you are going to be safe.
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  • Saw Recommendation for Cutting Down Anderson Levelers # AM3604
  • It won't be hard to cut the Andersen Camper Wheel Chock and Leveler # AM3604 with any type of power saw as it is made of plastic. If you have access to a miter saw that would be an easy and safe option that I would recommend highly but it's going to come down to what you feel the most comfortable with and what you have access to.
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  • Where to Measure for the Fastway ONEstep Wheel Chocks
  • I cannot recommend you elongate the holes on the Fastway ONEstep Wheel Chock part # FA84-00-4000 as this would void the warranty. However, if the tires you have now are 16"apart where the wedges sit then it will work for you. If you are looking for something that is more suited for a smaller tire spacing I recommend the Super Grip Chock Wheel Stabilizers part # UF21-001091 which fits tires up to 10-1/2" apart (center to center). This option installs a bit differently than the ONEstep but...
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  • Quick Release Motorcycle Wheel Chock Recommendation
  • I have a solution for you, but the Wheel Chock part # MT70271 is designed for permanent install. Instead you might be interested in the # TWSPWC which has slotted install holes so that you can slide the chock backwards and remove it easily when needed. I attached an install video for you to check out as well.
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  • Can the Andersen Camper Leveler be Used on a Triple Axle 5th Wheel Trailer
  • Because of the travel of the suspension on a trailer, using just one leveler, # AM3604, would not provide enough lift in most circumstances. It would be difficult to use more than one per side on a triple axle trailer so I recommend going with a different type of leveler. Take a look at the Ultra-Fab Leveling Blocks, # UF48-979051. These 10 levelers can be stacked as needed and the space between tires of multiple axle trailers should not be an issue. With a triple axle trailer though...
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