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Camco Heavy Duty Leveling Blocks, Ideal Leveling Single Dual Wheels, Hydraulic Jacks, Tongue Jacks Tandem Axles (10 pack) (44505)

Walmart # 550951206
$27.08$27.08
Was $38.13
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Arrives by Sun, Oct 20

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Ships to San Leandro, 1919 Davis St

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Product Highlights

  • Stack the interlocking blocks to the desired height for safe and easy leveling
  • Strong, durable construction
  • About This Item

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    Protect and maintain your RV or camper with these Camco Trailer Leveling Blocks. They're useful for traveling and camping trips. These trailer blocks can be used to level your RV or camper safely and easily. They're ideal for use when parking on uneven ground at campsites or sloping driveways. These Camco Leveling Blocks can be used with a wide variety or RVs, campers and trucks. They're available in a pack of 10. The blocks interlock with each other. This allows you to stack them to the correct height and shape that will secure your rig. These blocks feature a sturdy, durable construction with a solid bottom to prevent them from sinking into the ground. They can be used with 5th wheel jacks, tandem axles, single wheels, hydraulic jacks, double wheels, tongue jacks and stabilizer jacks. These blocks are lighter than wood, making them easier to carry. Camco Heavy Duty Leveling Blocks, Ideal Leveling Single Dual Wheels, Hydraulic Jacks, Tongue Jacks Tandem Axles (10 pack) (44505)

    Warning:

    CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

    Directions:

    Safe Handling Instructions: CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

    Specifications

    Assembled Product Weight
    7.1 lbs
    Brand
    Camco
    Model
    44505
    manufacturer_part_number
    44505
    Color
    Yellow
    Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
    9.00 x 8.75 x 11.00 Inches

    Customer Reviews

    5 stars
    53
    4 stars
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    1
    Most helpful positive review
    2 customers found this helpful
    Leveling blocks
    I have 2 sets of these. They're used to level the trailer side to side when needed by driving up on them. Also stacked under the stabilizes so I don't have to bring them down too far. They interlock easily and fit nicely in the supplied bag.
    Most helpful negative review
    17 customers found this helpful
    Not good for hard surfaces.
    I just bought 2 bags of the blocks to make sure we had enough for a recent camping trip. The campground we stayed in had asphalted spots. We used three single blocks to level our 1/2 ton truck and camper. We had individual blocks under each front tire, and they showed minor stress marks after 3 days. the individual block under the rear tire however started to show stress marks and then actually folded in on itself on one side. I am debating on taking these back as I have only had them 2 weeks and to have one fail on the first use...I am also weighing the fact that maybe wood really is the best way to go.
    Most helpful positive review
    2 customers found this helpful
    Leveling blocks
    I have 2 sets of these. They're used to level the trailer side to side when needed by driving up on them. Also stacked under the stabilizes so I don't have to bring them down too far. They interlock easily and fit nicely in the supplied bag.
    Most helpful negative review
    17 customers found this helpful
    Not good for hard surfaces.
    I just bought 2 bags of the blocks to make sure we had enough for a recent camping trip. The campground we stayed in had asphalted spots. We used three single blocks to level our 1/2 ton truck and camper. We had individual blocks under each front tire, and they showed minor stress marks after 3 days. the individual block under the rear tire however started to show stress marks and then actually folded in on itself on one side. I am debating on taking these back as I have only had them 2 weeks and to have one fail on the first use...I am also weighing the fact that maybe wood really is the best way to go.
    1-5 of 68 reviews

    Leveling blocks

    I have 2 sets of these. They're used to level the trailer side to side when needed by driving up on them. Also stacked under the stabilizes so I don't have to bring them down too far. They interlock easily and fit nicely in the supplied bag.

    Excellent for leveling and supporting

    These can be configured to meet most of your leveling and stabilizing needs. They are also easy to store and don't take up much space.

    Great idea and super practical.

    These leveling blocks are exactly perfect. The durability and versatility will make them very easy to use.

    Lightweight & handy

    We have been camping for many years & always hauled various size boards along to level our pull behind camper. We saw these leveling blocks & purchased a set of 10. They have worked out so well, we decided to order another 10. They are light weight and so easy to put under the wheels & we even use them to put under the front jack. We leave the boards at home now. Very satisfied with this purchase!!

    Good blocks, better than wood shims

    Blocks seem well constructed. Price at this retailer is lower than the specialty stores I visited.

    Customer Q&A

    Get specific details about this product from customers who own it.

    1-3 of 10 questions
    by cathyDecember 15, 2013


    Last answer: November 29, 2016
    1. It really does only support one tire of an RV. I will keep it as a back up.
    by Sitkagirl
    2. It really does only support one tire of an RV. I have put the RV in storage and can't remember how high it goes. There are three ways to use it. I will keep it as a back up.
    by Sitkagirl
    3. No. The blocks only support one tire of an RV. There are only three patterns to use them. I will keep them as a back up.
    by Sitkagirl
    4. I depends on how level your site is, because sometimes you have to "stair step" the trailer to get the one side high enough to be level. You could always use the extra (if you purchased two) to put under your jacks so they don't sink in. Hope that helps.
    by ColoRockies
    5. It depends on the height you are trying to raise the vehicle. one black is about 1 1/2 inches tall 2 blocks are 2 1/2 inches etc. so a 2 1/2 inch rise would take 3 blocks stacked in a pyramid. you rarely need to raise 4 wheels at the same time so just get enough for one side. A 4 1/5 in rise (Maximum recommended by manufacturer) on a tandem axle trailer would need 2 sets.
    by Will1961
    6. Depends on how off level you are. Generally speaking I'd say 1 stack per tire. I keep 4 packs in my camper. I use them under the stabilizers if not needed for leveling. I leave them in the package and use the whole stack.
    by Steve
    7. It could work for two depending on the leveling needs. I would start with one and let the need for another dictate your purchase.
    by eefr
    8. Usually, (not always) only one side of your RV/trailer requires shimming the wheels to make it more level. Since a properly assembled (meaning a tapered Pyramid) 10 block set can elevate one wheel 3.6 inches, it is likely you will only require two sets to elevate two tires. I would also bring a few blocks of wide wood (for a bottom course) to further ensure you have all the elevation needed.
    by sedgeman
    8 Answers
    Last answer: November 29, 2016

    by CheckingJanuary 25, 2014


    Last answer: June 26, 2014
    1. No. One block is approximately 1 1/2 inches tall.
    by Will1961
    2. 1 Block=1 inch
    by pseguy
    3. a stack of 10 is probably 9 inches or so.
    by Steve
    4. Each block is nearly 0.9" high. The 9" is the total stacked height of 10 blocks - when shipped to you in the carrying case/box.
    by sedgeman
    4 Answers
    Last answer: June 26, 2014

    by emontySeptember 6, 2014


    Last answer: June 20, 2015
    1. Not to my knowledge. I have some Lynx levelers and they are different.
    by Steve
    2. NO
    by Steve
    2 Answers
    Last answer: June 20, 2015

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