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Old 07-23-2013, 05:13 PM   #61
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$30.27 on Amazon, free shipping if we you are Prime. BUT they don't have any.
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Old 07-23-2013, 05:17 PM   #62
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Sounds like you have NOT personally used these....
They are not nearly as a lengthy of job as you state.
Since you use the yellow jobs.....how many do you need when you pull into the campsite???? You don't know???...until you get out of the truck and put a couple down....then pull on the yellow jobs....then back off...then stack more....then chock the wheels and unhook. It actually seems like more steps the first time.

When pulling off them....I did not have to pull forward in order to get the chock off like the last poster stated. Very quick and easy. These work as leveler and chock in one product. I will use and Xchock just to limit movement when walking in the trailer. Not everyone will need them or want them.....no different than with the yellow jobs....well actually it is. With those you definitely have to chock the tires very well.
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Old 07-23-2013, 05:21 PM   #63
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$30.27 on Amazon, free shipping if we you are Prime. BUT they don't have any.
Another mis-guided post.
The reason they don't have any.....is only due to the fact that the ones he is referring to are the old outdated models they no longer make( model 3011). In fact $30.27 is too much for the old versions. If you look for the new model( model 3604) you will clearly find them at $49 up to $63 each.
Read the entire thread and it would have been obvious of the situation with the old and the new model......and also clear up the pricing.

Post correct information please.
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Old 07-25-2013, 09:53 PM   #64
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Another mis-guided post.
The reason they don't have any.....is only due to the fact that the ones he is referring to are the old outdated models they no longer make( model 3011). In fact $30.27 is too much for the old versions. If you look for the new model( model 3604) you will clearly find them at $49 up to $63 each.
Read the entire thread and it would have been obvious of the situation with the old and the new model......and also clear up the pricing.

Post correct information please.
sorry.
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Old 07-25-2013, 10:00 PM   #65
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Sounds like you have NOT personally used these....
They are not nearly as a lengthy of job as you state.
Since you use the yellow jobs.....how many do you need when you pull into the campsite???? You don't know???...until you get out of the truck and put a couple down....then pull on the yellow jobs....then back off...then stack more....then chock the wheels and unhook. It actually seems like more steps the first time.

When pulling off them....I did not have to pull forward in order to get the chock off like the last poster stated. Very quick and easy. These work as leveler and chock in one product. I will use and Xchock just to limit movement when walking in the trailer. Not everyone will need them or want them.....no different than with the yellow jobs....well actually it is. With those you definitely have to chock the tires very well.
uhhh the yellow ones raise the camper by an inch, and my level on the pin is calibrated by the inch. so NO I don't get in and out multiple times. The Anderson's would have to be cut off for my spacing 2 3/4 inch and I would have to roll off perfectly to get it back out of between the tires..

Not rocket science.

I also use rotochoks which I would use anyway because they are awesome and safest..
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Old 07-25-2013, 10:03 PM   #66
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$30.27 on Amazon, free shipping if we you are Prime. BUT they don't have any.
maybe the mfg should be more clear LOL
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Old 07-26-2013, 09:47 AM   #67
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First off......maybe one Andersen Leveler would have to be trimmed a little bit on the end(this is not a bad thing).....but they are way easier to get the vehicle on and off....especially if you would need more than one yellow block or are totally unsure of how many is required. If you are happy with the way you do it........GREAT. This discussion was not a sales pitch...just another option for people who are not happy with the yellow blocks. Why would you try to talk people out of something you know absolutely nothing about and have not personally used? Do you work for the yellow block company?????lol
On amazon....the mfg is not the one selling them or listing them.....nor is amazon. The listings are third party sellers.
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Old 07-28-2013, 10:41 AM   #68
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Sounds like you have NOT personally used these....
They are not nearly as a lengthy of job as you state.
Since you use the yellow jobs.....how many do you need when you pull into the campsite???? You don't know???...until you get out of the truck and put a couple down....then pull on the yellow jobs....then back off...then stack more....then chock the wheels and unhook. It actually seems like more steps the first time.

When pulling off them....I did not have to pull forward in order to get the chock off like the last poster stated. Very quick and easy. These work as leveler and chock in one product. I will use and Xchock just to limit movement when walking in the trailer. Not everyone will need them or want them.....no different than with the yellow jobs....well actually it is. With those you definitely have to chock the tires very well.
X2...I hope I never have to go back to the yellow or orange stack blocks. From a person who now has experience on both, I will stick to the Andersen levelers.

Enjoy your yellow jobs.
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Old 09-13-2013, 04:18 PM   #69
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Ok.....I finally have this dialed in on these levelers.
I ordered a big qty of them the first time and they are all gone. I can get more and send them directly to you. They are $45 INCLUDING shipping and no sales tax.....that should be the cheapest price to get them at. If you are interested....email or PM me.
Thank you to everyone that made the first batch go fast.
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Old 09-13-2013, 08:20 PM   #70
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I got a set of these at the suggestion of the dealer when I bought my camper in July. I've used the three times and they worked great. In one campground it was so unlevel I had to put a board under them. They kept sliding as I was trying to load up on them. That was the only problem I've had. Other than that, no problems.
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