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Old 05-14-2016, 11:51 AM   #21
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for our horse stalls we use a circular saw with a fine blade.. It still is not easy

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Old 05-14-2016, 12:20 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by Sandy and Shirley View Post
Yes we did and it worked great, but as said you need two people to do it.
the way I use Andersen Leveler as a one man operation is thus:....I found that my back bumper is level/sq./perpendicular (or whatever is correct) with the trailer. When I'm ready to level I go to the back bumper and using a 2ft level and 1/4" blocks to determine how much I need to raise the low side(since tt is 8' wide, 1/4" in 2 ft = 1" out of level). I used that method even before the Andersen, when I was using the red pads, tells me exactly how much is needed, I would stack the pads as needed, no trial and error,...... back to the Andersen Leveler,....playing with AL when I first got it, I determined how far forward or backward I needed to move to raise 1", 2", 3" and 4". When my 2ft level shows me exactly how much is needed, I lay a yard stick on the ground at my open drivers door and eyeing it, I move the predetermined amount to reach that height. Simple, easy, one person, and hasn't failed me yet...................
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