450 Series Utility Wheel Chock
  • Multiple versions available for use on concrete, gravel, or ice
  • Constructed of durable, recycled rubber
  • Fits most wheel chock storage compartments
  • Steel carrying handle makes transportation easy
  • Perfect for use in between tires on tandem axle trailers
Item # Description Weight Status Price Quantity
RC450 Wheel Chock with Bottom Void (Single)
Color: Black
7 lbs
(3.2 kg)
$19.99

RC450-CL Wheel Chock with Bottom Void & Ice Cleat (Single)
Color: Black
9 lbs
(4.1 kg)
$89.99

RC450-S Wheel Chock with Solid Bottom (Single)
Color: Black
10 lbs
(4.5 kg)
$24.99

2-4 Weeks Lead Time

Used more often by the commercial utility industry and with telephone fleet vehicles than any other wheel chock on the market, the 450 Series Utility Wheel Chock is made from durable, weather-resistant recycled rubber. A steel carrying handle makes the utility chock easier to transport and set in place, and the symmetrical shape makes it perfect for use in between tires on tandem axle trailers. Sold individually, the 450 Series wheel chock fits in most commercial utility truck wheel chock storage compartments, and it’s available with a hollow bottom, a solid bottom, or a hollow bottom with ice cleats for maximum traction on a variety of surfaces such as concrete, gravel, and ice.

450 Series Utility Wheel Chock
10" (254 mm)
8" (203 mm)
5 1/2" (140 mm)

Product Features

  • Durable rubber construction
  • Made of recycled materials
  • Can be used from either side
  • Includes a steel loop carrying handle
  • Fits most wheel chock storage compartments
  • Resistant to the elements
  • Wheel chock design used by most utility and telephone fleets

Warning and Usage Guidelines

  • Improper use may result in product failure
  • Select wheel chock according to vehicle type and size
  • Always use in pairs and on firm surfaces
  • Chock in direction of grade
  • Chock both sides of wheel if direction of grade is undetermined
  • Use only after parking brake is applied and tested
  • Center chocks snugly and squarely against tread of each wheel
  • Always test chocks to insure they meet requirements
  • Do not drive over wheel chocks

Documents

Instruction Manual

Resources

How to Select the Right Wheel Chocks
Dock Plates vs. Dock Boards
How to Use Wheel Chocks

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