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Fire Truck Wheel Chocks - 15.5 Inch Rubber Wheel Chock

Model#: Fire Truck Wheel Chocks - AT2512-AC-R

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SKU#: CHECKERS-AT2512-AC-R

AT2512-AC-R Fire Truck Wheel Chocks - 15.5" Wheel Chock



*These are no longer manufactured, please see the AT3512 Wheelchocks*
AT3512 Wheel Chocks

NO LONGER AVAILABLE IN RED
These tough, damage resistant polyurethane wheel chocks are resistant to oils, fuels and solvents.
Roadblocks 2512 Series All-Terrain Urethane Wheel Chocks are specifically designed for use on fire equipment. They comply with NFPA 1901-03 and meet SAE-J348 standard for up to 32 inch wheel diameters. They also feature high strength aluminum base plates with posi-grip traction cleats. For added safety and convenience, these wheel chocks incorporate a molded carrying handle and safety colors for easy identification.
Mounting brackets are available for these wheel chocks.


  • Wheel Chock with Aluminum Cleats
  • Bright Red Color
  • Length- 15.5 in.
  • Width- 8.5 in.
  • Height- 8.25 in.


  • Fire Truck Wheel Chocks - 15.5" Rubber Wheel Chock AT2512-AC-R


    RATED FOR: Fire trucks with up to 32" wheel diameter.

  • Bright Red Color
  • Complies with NFPA 1901-03.
  • Meets SAE-J348 standard.
  • Third party tested for compliance.
  • Tough polyurethane construction.
  • Resistant to oils, fuels and solvents.
  • Recessed carrying handle.
  • Safety color visibility.
  • Aluminum cleats for traction
    SKU CHECKERS-AT2512-AC-R
    Model Fire Truck Wheel Chocks - AT2512-AC-R
    Manufacturer Checkers Industrial
    Specifications NFPA MOUNTING REQUIREMENTS
    NFPA STANDARDS REQUIRE WHEEL CHOCKS TO BE MOUNTED ON FIRE APPARATUS BEFORE BEING PLACED INTO SERVICE.
    Two Chocks must be mounted and readily accessible per NFPA 1901 (Section 7-2), 1902 (Section 7-2), and 1903 (Section 6-1).
    Warnings - Notices
  • Improper use may result in product failure.
  • Select wheel chock according to vehicle type and size.
  • Always use in pairs and on firm surfaces.
  • Multiple pairs may be required in extreme conditions.
  • Chock in direction of grade.
  • Chock both sides of wheel if direction of grade is undetermined.
  • Use only after parking brake is applied and tested.
  • Center chocks snugly and squarely against tread of each wheel.
  • Always test chocks to insure they meet your specific requirements.
  • Do not drive over wheel chocks.


    OSHA Guidelines
    1910.178 (k) Trucks and railroad cars. (1) the brakes of highway trucks shall be set and wheel chocks placed under the rear wheels to prevent the trucks from rolling while they are boarded with powered industrial trucks.
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