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Walmart has Camco Wheel Chock (44412) on sale for $3.47. Free store pickup where available or shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks lammy93

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I've been looking for some cheap wheel chocks and stumbled upon these. Seems like a good price.

$3.47 each with free store pickup. No ropes on these.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Camco-...tegy=PWVUB
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Harbor Freight chicks have served me well. A little heavy but not too rich. Catch em on sale or use the 20% off coupon.

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That's what I got too. The Camco and Rhino chocks are molded plastic. The HF ones are solid rubber. Well worth the few extra dollars IMHO. Be forewarned, mine really stunk when I got them. I put them in the rear seat for the drive home and my car stunk for 3 days. I stored them in the garage overnight and had to leave the garage door open the entire next day before the smell dissipated. I then stored them outside and it took a few weeks of airing out before the smell dropped down to tolerable.

Do be aware that all these prices are for a single wheel chock. If you want one for each side, you'll have to buy two.
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anyone know how these compare to these for slightly cheaper?

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Rhino-...s/21686131
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I got a couple of these last time around... They're better than I expected. The Camco chocks are better than the Rhinos of you plan to use off pavement, as they have a solid bottom.
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anyone know how these compare to these for slightly cheaper?

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Rhino-...s/21686131
I have these (rhino) and they are close to garbage.
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I have these (rhino) and they are close to garbage.
Yes I have both the yellow camco and the black rhino chocks and the camco ones are much much better.
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Harbor Freight chicks have served me well. A little heavy but not too rich. Catch em on sale or use the 20% off coupon.

https://m.harborfreight.com/solid...69853.html
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Harbor Freight chicks have served me well. A little heavy but not too rich. Catch em on sale or use the 20% off coupon.

https://m.harborfreight.com/solid...69853.html
Same here
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Chicks = chocks. D@&n autocorrect.
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anyone know how these compare to these for slightly cheaper?

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Rhino-...s/21686131
Yep, another vote for ole yellow. Those black ones are okay for small trailers. They are really lightweight. The Camco Chocks are a steal compared to rhino.
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Thank you! Needed some for a HF I recently bought. Also useful for general auto maintenance on the cars when jacking up cars.

the Amazon reviews (Camco 44412 Wheel Chock - Single https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0000AY...CAbFKN1ABR) look okay.
they should work fine so long as you recognize that they're light duty. reviews of people accidentally running them over and then giving a poor review is expecting to much IMO.

for me, I think these will do just fine to hold my trailer (when wedged in enough) from shifting or rolling off on relatively level pavement. it should hold my sedans up from shifting while jacking up the opposite end.
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Harbor Freight chicks have served me well. A little heavy but not too rich. Catch em on sale or use the 20% off coupon.

https://m.harborfreight.com/solid...69853.html
This is something i am not willing to skimp on. A few bucks more for a solid build and peace of mind is a definite slickdeal to me. thanks!
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Harbor Freight chicks have served me well. A little heavy but not too rich. Catch em on sale or use the 20% off coupon.

https://m.harborfreight.com/solid...69853.html
That's what I got too. The Camco and Rhino chocks are molded plastic. The HF ones are solid rubber. Well worth the few extra dollars IMHO. Be forewarned, mine really stunk when I got them. I put them in the rear seat for the drive home and my car stunk for 3 days. I stored them in the garage overnight and had to leave the garage door open the entire next day before the smell dissipated. I then stored them outside and it took a few weeks of airing out before the smell dropped down to tolerable.

Do be aware that all these prices are for a single wheel chock. If you want one for each side, you'll have to buy two.
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What's wrong with just using a piece of 2x4?
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