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MaxxHaul Solid Rubber Wheel Chock EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has MaxxHaul Solid Rubber Wheel Chock (70072) for $3.93 when you select in-store pickup. In-store pickup must be selected for the discount to apply. Thanks datbau

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary by location.

Amazon.com also has as an Add-on Item: MaxxHaul Solid Rubber Wheel Chock (70072) for $3.93. Shipping is free w/ qualifying orders of $25 or more.

Note: Usually ships within 1 to 4 weeks. This is an Add-on Item which requires a purchase $25 or more in order to check out (more info).
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  • This is made from non-slip oil resistant rubber. Approximate size: 8" length x 4" width x 5" height
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I was about to order a pair of this wheel chock for $14.99 but I noticed a single one was only $3.93 (average is $7 according to CCC), so I ordered 2 of this which saved me a half price of one pair.

This is add-one item but Amazon offers free shipping for it if you are Prime.
Reviews for this solid rubber wheel chock look good.

Approximate size: 8 inch length x 4 inch width x 5 inch height
Solid rubber construction
Made from non-slip oil resistant rubber
Ideal for any climate
Lightweight yet durable

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Mostly, for disconnected trailers so they don't roll away. You can use them if you park something on a hill for a while. I have these for my RV and love them. They do smell really bad so don't plan on storing them inside a vehicle or anything.
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Placing behind car tires so they have less chance of rolling off.
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My driveway is slightly sloped, so these are a must when working on the cars. I wouldn't call them "lightweight," they're pretty beefy and durable. They work great.
As mentioned, when new, they smell pretty bad (rubber). I've had mine for several years, and they don't smell that bad anymore, or I've gotten used to it.
And the listing is for one chock, so you'll probably want to order two per axle to be on the safe side. Very slick at this price. Good find, OP.
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have those.
if you want rubber chock , you won't find better rubber chock. i got mine for 14 dollars.
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Cheaper than Walmart. Good find.
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What's this for?
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I bought these a couple of years ago for about $9 each. They're well made, but too large for my wheels (215/45/18). I can't jam them deep enough under the wheel when the car is on the ground to prevent them from rolling. Probably works better on trucks.
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Placing behind car tires so they have less chance of rolling off.
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Mostly, for disconnected trailers so they don't roll away. You can use them if you park something on a hill for a while. I have these for my RV and love them. They do smell really bad so don't plan on storing them inside a vehicle or anything.
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Have always just used a small chunk of 4x4 wood to serve the same purpose... seems like a needless purchase IMO, albeit at a great price.
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My driveway is slightly sloped, so these are a must when working on the cars. I wouldn't call them "lightweight," they're pretty beefy and durable. They work great.
As mentioned, when new, they smell pretty bad (rubber). I've had mine for several years, and they don't smell that bad anymore, or I've gotten used to it.
And the listing is for one chock, so you'll probably want to order two per axle to be on the safe side. Very slick at this price. Good find, OP.
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Not an add on currently
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I have these. get a lot of compliments about how big my chock is.
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I have this exact chock, it's a good chock. I think I paid $6.40 at Harbor Freight with a 20% off coupon. Very sturdy, grips the tire and surface well.
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Have always just used a small chunk of 4x4 wood to serve the same purpose... seems like a needless purchase IMO, albeit at a great price.
True, but a 4x4 can roll, I've seen it happen and it can be dangerous. These will not roll.
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Have always just used a small chunk of 4x4 wood to serve the same purpose... seems like a needless purchase IMO, albeit at a great price.
I am sure this hasn't happened to you but I am always worried about stuff...specially while working underneath my Wrangler.

In this scenario I would be worried about the wood "skipping" as the car rolls. With these chocks the tire rolls on the angled end providing downward pressure to have a better grip.

I own the plastic ones but I feel rubber would be more secure. At $4 it's worth the piece of mind.
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