Originally Posted by ornery
Oh my bad!
I thought he/she wanted to level the unit before adjusting Ball height. But since the thread didn't contain the word "level". Oh wait, "level" was there 5 times! Silly me! I assumed the unit should be level BEFORE adjusting the height! Guess not.
BTW, I thought Wolf Whistling went out in the 70's? No?
Let me speak slower so some hard-headed people can understand. Try to follow along, and grasp the concept before engaging keyboard and revealing your ignorance. The issue for those wise acres... especially those of the ornery variety, is that level for setting ball height had nothing to do with cabinet doors or the fridge or even the stove; maybe the floor would work...rather it is all about the frame to ground measurement taken at the front and at the back. Everything in and on an RV frame don't reach level at the same point, so forget about things inside. If the range is out of level, that would concern me (one cleverly named) after set up on a site, not while towing. And, yes you said it well when you said you were silly. But, one thing I can do is read instructions not based on conjecture and innuendo. Get off the floor and learn.