Wheel Chock, 6 In W x 3 1/4 In H, Black1GUK5 362625
Average Rating: 4.8
|Chock Type||Molded Rubber with Hollow Center|
- California Proposition 65 Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer. Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
- Molded Rubber
- Resist tearing, abrasion, and ozone weathering. 3W666 wedges both sides of wheel with 2 molded rubber chocks. Order 1 unit for each wheel. 1GUK4, 1GUK5, 1GUK6 feature a grooved surface. 1GUK7, 1GUK8, 1GUK9 are hollow and 3-sided.
- Meet OSHA Specification 1910.178(k).
Average Product Rating: 4.8based on 4 reviews
Rubber Trailer ChocksTuesday, November 01, 2011
Good product, great price, quick shipping.
Just RightTuesday, October 04, 2011
Perfect size and weight for door stops while moving and for holding to tip if 2nd person is not available. The all rubber grips better than plastic . Once you own a pair you will find more uses than just for tires.
ChocksTuesday, September 06, 2011
Exactly as advertised. Fast shipping. Soft rubber sticks well to my steel runways on my lift. Great piece, great price, don't waste your money on all of those high priced chocks out there, these are great!
REAL Wheel Chocks!Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Looked at a lot of chocks online, most were made of plastic or 'synthetic' rubber material, which means potential problems with achieving good grip on smooth surfaces such as cement floors, etc. These chocks are made of solid rubber and, when positioned correctly (get them -under- the tire, not just 'next' to it) are excellent wheel chocks. This size fits well against the tires on most cars, SUVs, and light-duty (1/2 or 3/4 ton) pickup trucks. I bought a pair to chock the left front wheel of my 4Runner 4WD while I dropped the rear end to change shocks and springs... these worked great!
Real rubber, solid reinforced design, good width, ribbed tire grips
As another reviewer stated, these do have an industrial odor... let them air out for a week.