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Old 08-08-2016, 10:57 PM   #1
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Question 2251 levelers

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I'm tired of backing and forthing in my 2012 2252S C class Forester. What do you recommend for levelers? The thing is only 24' end-to-end, so I don't need anything extravagant! Thanks!

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Old 08-09-2016, 07:44 AM   #2
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Anderson levelers are the most convenient thing since sliced bread. Back/pull in to site, look in rearview mirror at level, DW jumps out and puts them in front of wheels on low side, pull forward about a foot. Bam, trailer level. It really is that easy.

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Old 08-09-2016, 10:27 AM   #3
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I just use the cheapo Lynx levelors. (Like Legos)
I keep a bubble level in the coach and toss it on the main floor behind the seats to check before I stop.
I do wish the coach was more level when loaded and static.
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Thanks!

Thanks, gang! I have the lego-like blocks, but they are a pain sometimes too. What I'm looking for (but not expressing it well) is advice on maybe using scissor jacks?
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I keep a box of these in the storage.
I have used them a couple of times when I got on a very slight angle and did not want to add more levelers under the tires.
Good news with these units is they do not rock much without any stabilizers.

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Thanks!

Thank you very much!
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