Bass Pro Shops Trailer Jack Wheel Stop
Sexy's Real Review
I bought this wheel stopper right when I got my 16’ bass boat because using planks of wood in front of the trailer tires was not enough. The moment I put this wheel stopper under my trailer jack was the moment my trailer stopped moving. The End.
Just make sure that your garages’ floor is well swept before using the wheel stopper. If any sand, dirt, or grime gets under the stopper then it may begin to slide slightly.
All in all this was a great buy and has held up for over six years and counting. I will always have one of these on me so long as I own a boat!
April 8, 2009
It simply works
I purchased one of these to use for my 18' bass boat. The cheap price and plastic construction had me worried at first that I was buying snake oil, but right now, my boat sits out in the driveway that has about a 20 degree slope, and the only things holding it in place are the Trailer Jack Wheel Stop and a 2"x4" stud under both rear tires. I am able to get in the boat and do normal pre/post fishing tasks with no worry of it rolling into the street.
June 10, 2008
I purchased the SeaSense wheel stop as a replacement for a previous one that I owned. It is a handy item that, although isn't meant to replace wheel choks, will work in a pinch. It works really wheel in conjuction with choks, and proved valuble in hotel parking lots on the tournament trail. I purchased this one because a friend liked it so much that he talked me into giving him my old one. Excellent product for bassboats.
November 30, 2010
Waste of money
Was looking for something to keep trailer jack wheel from settling in gravel in driveway. Bought this and placed on ground and jacked boat up off hitch and watched this thing bend and collapse under the weight of trailer tongue. Could have got better results with a scrap piece of wood ! Save your money....
May 20, 2014