I haven't been able to go to the store and I was planning on cutting some chocks from some scrap wood that I have. What dimensions should I cut them? I tried searching, but couldn't come up with a good combination of words w/o getting a ton of results.
In times past where I use to tote firewood to the campsite - had lots of trees here at the homestead, and when I split up the firewood, some came out in just the perfect wedge perfect for chocks. I've since fallen victim to those Wally-World plastic yellar ones that work just fine.
Jim, I think you get the idea. I used 2x3's because that is what I had at the time. You can use 2x4's if that is what you have. Two 2" or 2 1/2" drywall or wood screws in each and that's it. I chock the other wheel on the other side with those plastic chocks like these wheel chocks
Good Luck and Happy Camping!