X-Chock Wheel Stabilizer (Review)

Looking for an ultra-strong and durable pair of chocks for your RV? You’ll find no better than Bal’s X-Chock Wheel Stabilizers. Sure, they’re slightly more expensive than other options, but the price is well-justified; in fact, we’d argue they’re quite cheap for what they offer!

About The Product

The X-Chock Tire Locking Chocks are lightweight yet incredibly durable x style, all-weather wheel chocks. Thanks to their slim design, they fit even the tightest of applications as they can be retracted down for up to 1 3/8 inches and extended to 10 inches. Made of heavy-duty metal with rust inhibitive coating, they’re guaranteed to last for years, so well worth the money in our honest opinion.

While excellent at providing stabilization and preventing tire shifting and rocking, these chocks are a little harder to install and remove than other models. However, after the first couple of times, they become easy to use. As a bonus, the package comes with a hand-operated plated ratchet wrench for turning drive nuts, as well as a comfort bumper.

How It Works

The X-Chock Wheel Stabilizers provide outstanding stability thanks to their x-style design that works with the tires’ natural movements, not against them. They prevent tire rolling and shifting by applying strong opposing force to tandem tire applications. Basically, they help keep the vehicle stable and firmly locked in place while you’re doing your thing. No matter how many people are walking (or jumping for that matter!) in your RV, with these chocks in place, there will be no bouncing, shifting or moving of any kind.

If you like setting up in all kinds of places, including hilly, sandy band spots, these chocks are for you as they will keep your vehicle in place, perfectly stable.

9 Total Score


User Rating: 13 (1 vote)

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