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Old 05-13-2015, 01:24 PM   #41
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Try and "stay connected" during overnighters unless we need to go somewhere after setting up camp. Since head of bed is facing front of TT, I have to have level front to back (or at least not nose down) or I'll get a headache.

Had to bump up rear tires of Burb on one trip to make it level:

Creative Leveling To Keep It Hitched Up Photo by JAL59 | Photobucket

Level side to side with blocks and deploy all jacks.

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