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Old 05-21-2019, 11:59 AM   #1
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Do x-Chocks fit 16' wheels

I am awaiting the delivery of our 29.5 BHOK Eagle HT. We optioned the 16-inch wheels. Does anyone know if the BAL x-chocks will fit? They need 1 3/8 inch of clearance and pictures look to be very tight between the wheels.
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Old 05-21-2019, 12:59 PM   #2
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I have had the x-chocks before on a travel trailer and they worked very well. I now have a 26.5 HT FW with 16" tires and there is no way the x-chocks would fit between those tires. But you can add very good stabilization by making a couple sets of DIY stabilizers. See the following post for some good info.


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Old 05-21-2019, 01:33 PM   #3
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They work on mine. I love them.
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Yes. I use them on my 28RLS. They work very well to eliminate front to back rocking. You'll still get a little side to side rocking.
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I am awaiting the delivery of our 29.5 BHOK Eagle HT. We optioned the 16-inch wheels. Does anyone know if the BAL x-chocks will fit? They need 1 3/8 inch of clearance and pictures look to be very tight between the wheels.
I have them on my 29.5BHOK. They barely fit with the 16 inch wheels but they do fit. I got the pair off amazon with the part number 28012. Haven't used them much. I personally couldn't feel much, if any difference with or without them.

I do have the auto level feature which can take more of the weight off the trailer wheels vs just stabilizers. I would think with regular stabilizers and no auto level it could be more of a noticeable improvement. If the ground is uneven the auto level can lift the whole weight of the rv, which takes the wheels completely out of the picture anyways.

Just remember the x-chocks do not get rid of the need for regular chocks. My last camping trip I seen a guy try to use just x-chocks to hold his trailer on a decent sloped hill. They popped out as I walked by, a combination of the tongue jack digging into the ground and him holding it stopped it from rolling down the hill. His wife came out of the trailer a lil upset.
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Old 05-21-2019, 07:37 PM   #6
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I have the x-chocks and they work with my 16" tires on my 30.5 mbok.
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Old 05-21-2019, 08:41 PM   #7
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They work fine on our 321rlts with 16's but my axles are on 35in centers
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I have a 330RSTS Eagle TT with the 16" Maxxis tire upgrade and although I have to all but crank them down as far as I can get them, they do fit and work.

Can't speak to the Goodyear 16" setup though.
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Thank you for all the feed back. Appreciate the help.
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Very tight fit on the 16” Goodyear Beast tires on our NP 381DLQS
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