Originally Posted by jcw
I have parked my RV several times now on a nearly level spot. When deploying the hydraulic levelers, there is typically 2 tires 1-2 inches off the ground. When checking with a bubble level, the coach is dead on level. Is it safe if 2 of the tires are off the ground, or do I need to reset/recalibrate the automatic system?
We had this same problem in our 351. When it was last in for service the dealer reset the system for us and now it works better than it ever did. Prior to that I had started using the manual level and the "Dual Level" app on my iPhone to level the coach.
I also carry several treated 2x8's cut to about 12" long to put under wheels or jack pads as necessary to prevent any of the wheels from coming off the ground.
If you absolutely have to, you'd want the front off the ground, not the rear. The rear have the parking brake attached which keeps you from rolling off the side of the mountain.
The Wandering Irishman
2014 Georgetown 351DS, 5 kids, 2 dogs, and an amazing wife!