Leveling the Coach & Walking on the Roof
Good morning all. I have a couple of questions that I may have seen in other threads, but that I couldn't find easily. I have a GT 2014 328TS (love it!) and wondered if when leveling the rear end utilizing wood ramps (as a supplement to the hydraulic system, and primarily to keep the rear tires supported) if the ramps need to support both wheels on a side, or if it were ok to support only one wheel?
Also, we're looking forward to our first NASCAR event in a couple of weeks at the Chicagoland Speedway. We're staying on the infield in the GT and hosting some family members and friends for the race who are anxious to watch the race from the roof. I know this is done, but also know not every motorhome is capable of supporting 5 or 6 adventurous race fans on the roof. Aside from being a bit slippery when wet, I've walked around on it by myself to clean, etc. Whataya think, aside from a potential family lawsuit when someone falls off, will the roof support some folks?
Thanks for any feedback!
Scott & Lauren
"On the edge of Normal"
2014 Georgetown 328TS
Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, Minnesota, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Missouri, and Ontario CA.