Not much trouble to level
I have what is, for me at least, an easy way to level my 5th wheel. I have three 2x6 boards, cut at an angle that stack on one another. The shortest is long enough to fit under both wheels on a side at one time. Each board lifts the side 1 1/2".
After backing into a spot and looking at the front level I can tell how much I need to lift the lowest side. I simply back about 5' past where I want to end up, put the boards in front of the tires and drive forward onto the board(s) to get the level I need.
The boards stow easily in my pass through. Yes, I could spend around $3000 for a self leveling system but this works just about as well with just a small amount of effort.
Fore and aft leveling is accomplished with the landing gear and a level mounted on the side visible as I operate the landing gear switch.
2013 Wildcat Sterling 32RL
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1973 Layton 23' (sold)