Fastway ONEstep Tandem Axle Wheel Chock

Catalog Item # 57758

The Fastway ONEstep tandem axle wheel chock sets and removes in just seconds.

Simply step on the arms to lock the chock in place and pull up on the cable to remove. Little or no bending is required! Great for all types of trailers; adjusts easily from 16"-24". The ONEstep has a durable powder coat and zinc plated finish.

Technical Specifications

7.4 lbs.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 17 reviews (5 Based on 17 Reviews)

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  • Easy to use (2)
  • Great product (2)
  • Heavy duty and perfectly made (2)
  • Fast Easy Setup (1)
  • No carry case (1)

Excellent quality item

by Craig I – July 10, 2015
5 out of 5 stars

This is a very innovative and extremely well made chock system. I have tinkered with a number of different methods over the years,

Best chocks ever

by Craig I – October 16, 2015
5 out of 5 stars

I tossed all the blocks I had and simply placed this between the tires and step down to expand and lock into place. Works great. L

Just the way I would have designed it!

by Phil Dickey – May 05, 2012
5 out of 5 stars

We are full-timers, and move on the average of once every 7-10 days. I have been working on an idea in my mind of how to stabilize

Fast setup

by R A Maxwell – October 29, 2011
5 out of 5 stars

All I have to do is place the chock between the tires and simply step down on it, locking my trailer in place. The trailer does

Best product I've ever seen, better than rotochocks

by Bearsnob – April 02, 2013
5 out of 5 stars

Here's the deal. Rotochocks probablystabilize you vehicle more, but nothing is easier than these chocks. Plus rotochocks are so ex

by Anonymous – June 28, 2013
One per package.
by Camping World – July 02, 2013
by Anonymous – March 22, 2013
Measure center to center on your wheel hubs.
by Camping World – March 25, 2013
Is the length measured from the tip of the chock where it touches the ground under the tire or the lenght of the red bar or the distance between the axles?
The measurement is based on center of axle to center of axle.
by Camping World – March 04, 2013

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