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Old 06-21-2015, 11:43 PM   #1
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Question Does your trailer lean?

So I get my toy home and put it the garage because I wanted to Eternabond the skylights (whole other story) and notice the trailer leans on the drivers side about 3/4 - 1". I realize most the equipment is on that side, but that seems like a lot. I was going to lift it a little so I guess I will add an extra inch to that side.

Anyone have leaning issues?

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Old 06-22-2015, 05:37 AM   #2
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I've not noticed any. I'd like to check mine as a comparison. How did you measure your camper?
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Old 06-22-2015, 05:42 AM   #3
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My 8282 WS rockwood leans drivers side also, about an inch. Two slides on that side and all the appliances.
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Yes (Windjammers and V-Lites) lean (After) the (2) slides on (1) side are Deployed! Our V-Lite leans after (1) slide Deployment! This is (Why/How) we compensate ours! Youroo!!
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Old 06-22-2015, 06:12 AM   #5
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OP has A-Frame, no slides......
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Post and Question was (Does your Trailer Lean). Answered the Q and supplied the (Type of Units) with the answer! Does your trailer Lean? Youroo!!
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Post and Question was (Does your Trailer Lean). Answered the Q and supplied the (Type of Units) with the answer! Does your trailer Lean? Youroo!!
OK.....you are right.....me bad...
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Lol - I think since the question was posed in the A-Frame forum, it was a shout out to A-Frame owners. My answer is no, my A-Frame doesn't lean. It sits pretty squat.

Never thought about units with slides and leaning prob but have wondered about the balance of tent trailers. Have seen them catch wind and turn and saw one tip once. Thanks Youroo for the slide out visual.
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Not that I've ever noticed, except when the ground is leaning
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