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Old 04-17-2013, 11:06 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by YoungKopernik View Post
I posted these “Level-It”, leveling wedges maybe 6 months ago with the name and someone replied that they could not find them with a Google search. I have seen products that look similar to these but I don’t have the info, sorry.
I saw a post regarding stability and maybe that was in reference to the Andersen Leveling… Mine are extremely stable and do well in everything but sand. I read posts about X-Chocks and don’t think I will ever need them, I just don’t wobble much. I use these wedge levelers, chock tires on opposite side, four stabilizers and front jack, very minimal wiggel.
One caution is distance between wheels(double axle). My old camper(93’Terry ) I had barely enough space to put one between, in soft ground(tires would sink) I would have to knock the wedge in between. My new TT is fine, axles are further apart and never have an issue.
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I think you have an extinct classic. I've googled for over an hour, white & yellow pages, etc. without success on "LEVEL-IT" in Fresno.

They look awesome, but as far as I can tell no longer available. Thanks for posting the picture of the information.


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Old 04-17-2013, 11:28 PM   #32
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I bought the yellow leveling blocks from Camping World. They work but they have already bent because they sunk in the mud at one site. Are the Lynx better or the same? Also, I watched the video on how they work. They use 6 blocks. What is you need to go higher, what is the configuration? They sell in 4 block and 10 block. In the video demo they stack 2x1 for tandem wheels and use 6 blocks. It seems if you needed more lift you could stack 2x2x1 but that would be a large initial step to get the wheel up and I think the blocks might slide? What do you guys do? Thx...

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Old 04-18-2013, 08:41 AM   #33
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Because I park on the road in front of my house and it's quite sloped for water runoff- I have to use a stack of blocks 4-high to get level. I had issues with just wood and making the steps up the 2x10s because they would slide on the concrete curb area.

I now have 30 Lynx Levelers (3 packs of 10 bought from Walmart). I make a ramp where the top layer is 6-blocks long, perfect for my tandem wheels.

It's a lot of blocks and pretty much a work of art.

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