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Old 03-08-2013, 03:38 PM   #1
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318BHS and auto leveling system.

Hello!

My first post, and thank you to all for the assistance while I lurked in the background.

My first post is to ask about something I have very little luck finding detailed info about.

I would like an auto leveling system, something like this, or this. (Or any system I havn't found) It's for our new 318BHS. (First time, I hope those links work)

My concern was brought up from a post back in 2011 on this site about the trailer structure not being stong enough to handle this long term, is that accurate? It was mentioned that your trailer frame may not be up to the task with them being built so light. I guess the concern is buckling...? I would love so much being able to just get it where I want it a few minutes after parking with no effort.

(Yes lazy, but more time with family as I'll be off to work most days and don't want added stress.)

Thank you all in advance.

Mista Cheese
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Old 03-09-2013, 07:16 PM   #2
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We bought some extra levelers to put on either side of the wheels to help with movement. My husband tightened them so tight, the deadbolt on the front door would not work. It took us quite a while before we figured out what was causing it. So, yeah, I am guessing auto levelers would not work.
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Old 03-11-2013, 07:32 PM   #3
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Thanks Laura. I have come to the same conclusion. Blocks it is, I just have an issue with then shoot out behind when I try and back over them.
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