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Old 03-17-2009, 04:20 PM   #11
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Thanks for the heads up, maybe I would have just been better off with my old wood ramps....
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Old 03-23-2009, 07:09 AM   #12
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I got the 4 Camco Tri Levelers from http://www.tweetys.com/tri-levelerand153.aspx for $14.44 each + shipping, they arrived Friday afternoon. I haven't tried them yet but they look like they can handle the job. It will be 3 weeks before we go out again so while let you know how they perform then.
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Old 03-23-2009, 08:11 AM   #13
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I got the 4 Camco Tri Levelers from http://www.tweetys.com/tri-levelerand153.aspx for $14.44 each + shipping, they arrived Friday afternoon. I haven't tried them yet but they look like they can handle the job. It will be 3 weeks before we go out again so while let you know how they perform then.
My biggest concern with the Tri Levelers is that the 22" tires will not be completely on a flat surface. The flat portion on each Tri-Leveler is very limited. It looks like my tires would be parked on stairs and the tires would not be on a stable footing.
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Old 03-23-2009, 09:01 AM   #14
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My biggest concern with the Tri Levelers is that the 22" tires will not be completely on a flat surface. The flat portion on each Tri-Leveler is very limited. It looks like my tires would be parked on stairs and the tires would not be a stable footing.
That could be true. I don't know if they have a return policy or not, if it did not work for you.
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Old 04-13-2009, 09:23 AM   #15
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I may have found the answer to this. I just ordered 4 Camco Tri Levelers from http://www.tweetys.com/tri-levelerand153.aspx for $14.44 each + shipping might work.

Will I got to try these this weekend and can you say love it. We went to Laura Walker State Park in GA and it is not the levelest CG I have been in. Had to back in and it was the last site available. I used the new leveler and it was vary easy. To be level I had to raise the backend up almost 3" and pulling up on the Trilevels made it easy to do. Using the orange leveling blocks of wood blocks would have taken more than I had to left all 4 tires up that distance. For the price and ease I am a happy camper.
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Thanks for the post. I have the same problem. Can you post a response on how well the 4 Camco Tri Levelers work.
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Old 06-22-2009, 07:18 AM   #17
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Deepseafloyd,

We went to Laura Walker State Park in GA and it is not the levelest CG I have been in. Had to back in and it was the last site available. I used the new leveler and it was vary easy. To be level I had to raise the backend up almost 3" and pulling up on the Trilevels made it easy to do. Using the orange leveling blocks of wood blocks would have taken more than I had to left all 4 tires up that distance. For the price and ease I am a happy camper. I highly recommend them. I also used them on the front this last weekend and they again were great for leveling front to back.
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