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Old 12-04-2013, 05:39 PM   #1
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Just curious if anyone has tried the extended xchocks on their jayco. We moved up from a single axel to a 23 mbh and I was wondering if I bought these would they work
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We have a Whitehawk 28DSBH and I was wondering the same thing. They are about $125 for a pair shipped. I'll be interested in the responses. Does your Camper have the same split axel as the 28 DSBH?
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Old 12-04-2013, 09:34 PM   #3
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We have them on or WhiteHawk. They do make a difference.
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We have a Whitehawk 28DSBH and I was wondering the same thing. They are about $125 for a pair shipped. I'll be interested in the responses. Does your Camper have the same split axel as the 28 DSBH?
Yes. The 23 MBH is in the white hawk line and does have the wide axels
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We have them on or WhiteHawk. They do make a difference.
Thanks for the info. Now just to figure out a good way to level
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Old 12-04-2013, 10:55 PM   #6
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The best way to level your trailer is crack open a beer and put it on the counter, if it doesn't fall off your level....lol
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Old 12-05-2013, 10:24 AM   #7
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re X Chocks. I bought a couple for my new 30' White Hawk. I have never used any XChock before so I don't know if they are better or worse than any other. These do work but lack a little being perfect. They also take a few minutes to install and pull off so I don't use them for overnight stops. However, they do go a long way towards stopping trailer movement.
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The best way to level your trailer is crack open a beer and put it on the counter, if it doesn't fall off your level....lol
If you have a drummer in the family you can put them in a chair and watch for drool, ideal is drooling from both sides of the mouth. (ok, before everyone gets angry at me I am a life long musician and that's an old joke)
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I have a 30' Whitehawk and bought these. Never had them before. I agree that for overnight, too much bother but for longer stays I'm glad I have them. They do take several minutes to extend each one and I have to set them before we extend slides. This slows down my wife a bit but we have no regrets.
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I use extended chocks on one side (side on blocks), onestep chocks on the other. Works well for me... do my initial chock using the onestep chocks upon arrival/leveling (e.g. prior to unhooking), then setup the extended chock after unhooking from truck.
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