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Re: Trailer on a Slope

If yours has a tandem axle, Camping World sells a device that
fits between the back and front tires and clamps them from rotating.

John and Meshack (Vermont Equestrian Activities)
Secretary/Treasurer Vermont Arabian Horse Association

-----Original Message-----
From: Tina Rushing <>
To: trailriding listserve <>;
Date: Sunday, February 20, 2000 4:39 PM
Subject: CTR: Trailer on a Slope

>I live in a hilly residential area and would like to park my trailer on the
>narrow and sloped road, but I have anxiety about a) vandals kicking out my
>wheel chocks, or b) reckless drivers hitting the trailer - in either scene
>the trailer would go careening downhill into the neighbor's properties.
>Is anyone aware of a commercially produced wheel chock that locks onto the
>wheel or rim?  My concept is that even if the trailer was hit by a car, a
>chock locked on the rim would roll with the tire and jam between the tires
>or under the fender, stopping the trailer.  Any other ideas?  I have
>catalogs, truck stops, and RV suppliers but no results.  Retailer contact
>info and/or clever design ideas welcome.
>Tina Rushing
>El Granada, CA

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