know before you go
no matter what method you use, I've found you can eliminate trial and error by knowing how much you need to raise the low side,.... I use a 2' level and 1/4" blocks on my rear bumper to know how much I need to raise(tt is 8'wide, so 1/4" in 2' = 1" of rise needed)...... works w/lego blocks, wood, even Andersen, w/Andersen I predetermined how many inches I need to pull forward to raise up on the Andersen to get a known height, I lay a yard stick on the ground at my open drivers door and watch it as I pull forward,...... knowing how much you need to rise works every time w/any device, no trial and error, back and forth,......
I'm using the Andersen now but am always willing to try something that may be better,.... someone mentioned the stall mats and I might try that someday,..... but knowing how much to raise is certainly a benefit,....... I just stack boards, lego blocks, or stall mat pieces to the needed height, or drive forward on the Andersen a known distance,...... gets me level every time, 1st time,...........
2015 Micro Lite 25KS
2015 F150 CrewCab
days camped: (2014....207) (2015....140) (2016....37, so far)