Originally Posted by MikeA
Our Solera has the big foot stabilizers. They are a poor replacement for a self leveling jack system. I drive in or back in depending on the slope of the site and just eyeball the leveling using the stabilizers. In the past I spent a lot of time worrying about being perfectly level as we would be parked for a least a day or more at each site. With the Solera we do not tow a car which means we are driving the Solera every day while on holidays. I could not be bothered to spend all that time levelling every time we get back to a site.
X2. For those really unlevel sites I built 2 portable two tier leveling drive on blocks. Use 2x8's sandwiched with plywood for structural integrity. Cut the entry points at 45 degree angles so you can drive up on the first and second tiers for truely unlevel sites. Length of drive on blocks should be twice the footprint (each tier) of the tire at rest. Just measure the length of the tire as it contacts with the ground for proper length then double it. Total length was restricted to driverside storage bay width.
Attach to side a rope handle for easy removal. That works for me and since I used scrap lumber, it was free.