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Old 08-20-2017, 11:20 PM   #1
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Chock recommendations for Aerolite

I forgot to measure the space between the tires on our 2015 Aerolite 250FBHS camper. I had x-chocks on our 5th wheel and those worked well. Does anyone have a recommendation for the Aerolite and if so which size do I get. I won't get back to the camper until late next week so that gives me time to order something and take it to where we have it. Thank you
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All I use, of course I am in a little trailer
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All I use, of course I am in a little trailer
This is all I use. Two on each side.
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And trust me, those little buggers are hard to pull the trailer over. Yes, experience.
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Love my x-chocks, they actually help a little with trailer sway. Unfortunately a lot of models have different width axles, unless someone has your exact model, it's impossible to make a recommendation.
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