Just another 2cents worth, I had problems with our 6-point leveling system because of the slope of the driveway. It would get so far raising the front of the 5er then fail. I finally figured out the 5er was settling forward (toward the street) against the wheel chocks enough to put a sideways bind on the front legs, thus the friction would cause the electric motor to draw enough current the system thought it was at the end of travel. I started chocking the rear wheels, let the 5er settle against the chocks, then start the level process and the legs would travel anough for success.
Ford Idaho; I like your thoughts on those cross-blocks. I'm thinking if I did something like that out of 2x8's with a sheet of solid ply on top maybe with dowels to keep it solid would be a great way to raise the ground (so to speak) of the driveway so my leveling system wouldn't have to extend the front legs so far. Another project, eh?
Steve & Jane & Smokey the ferrel Cat
2001 F250 SD, 7.3 Diesel, CC, SB
2013 Wildcat Maxx 313RE Touring Ed.
Days camped 2013 = 51
(as of 26 Apr)