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Part# 13-01130-Y
MFR Model# FAP-C8Y


Travel chocks are a very light weight wheel chock designed for airplanes and other vehicles. Compact and easily stored, travel chocks are popular with pilots across the country. Powder coated in durable red, blue, or yellow finish. Available in 3 sizes. Chock set is for one wheel only.

1 1/2" angle x 6" long x 1/8"
thick heat treated alum.
2" x 2" x 8" 1/8 thick angle heat
treated alum.
3 1/2" x 3 1/2" x 8" heat treated
3/16" thick alum.
Part Numbers ending with
-R indicates Red Finish,
-Y indicates Yellow Finish,
-B indicates Blue finish.
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Very light and effective, they stack and are easy to carry in the luggage compartment

Chris A Verified Purchase


October 10, 2023

Aircraft hasn’t moved an inch since I started using these babies.

Anthony B
October 15, 2020

These travel chocks are very nice! We use the medium sized ones with our Aeronca Champ. They are the perfect size and light-weight. We love the snug fit around the tires. They hold tight on asphalt parking areas. Ordered the red color for easy spotting on pre-flight, we have yellow caps, so the yellow wouldnt really catch our eye.

Chris F
January 9, 2020

They work as they should and very light.

W. P
July 8, 2019

They are easy to transport, they grip the tarmac, they work well.

Kent F
September 20, 2018

The large size is exactly what I needed for my T-6 Texan. The bungee cord keeps the chock tightly wedged under the tires. They passed my expectations...the chocks held perfectly tight on a hard asphalt ramp with a good crosswind hitting the parked airplane. The paint on the bottom of the chocks did get scratched off a little where they touch the ground/asphalt, but Id still recommend getting the bright yellow painted ones which are hard to miss during pre-flight, rather than the unpainted bare aluminium. I should have thought to also get the medium size for the tailwheel of the T-6.

David K
April 12, 2018

Small size is probably a bit too small for most planes. Mediums are small enough and about the same price. Good looking, lightweight chocks that are easy to use and store on your plane.

Hoffman M
November 4, 2017

Quality product. The medium size is a good height for low wheel pants. Light weight, yet the plane isnt going anywhere with these babies on the wheels.

October 5, 2017

Compact and light and works great. I have wheel pants that are low to the ground and many of the FBO chocks are too big for my plane. They are so easy to use that I slap them on when I park for refueling at a self serve.

Scott L
July 24, 2017

Wouldnt hurt if they where an inch or two wider for Goodyear 8.50x6, but other wise great product!

Glen B
June 11, 2017


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Q: What is the weight of the small aluminum travel chocks?

The small aluminum travel chocks weigh approximately 0.37 lbs.

Q: What is the weight of the large chocks?

The set of large travel chocks weigh approximately 1.65 lbs total.

Q: What is the weight of the medium travel chocks?

Approximately 0.60 lbs.

Q: What is the right size for a 5.0 tire? Small?

We would recommend the medium size for the 5.0 size tire.

Q: Are these stackable?

Yes, they can stack.

Q: Which Travel Chocks would you recommend for a Cessna 150 with no wheel pants?

We would recommend medium for that application.

Q: Which size Travel Chocks for 600x6?

The medium is the most common size for light twins and singles. We would recommend the medium.

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