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Old 08-11-2015, 06:44 PM   #71
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Would you believe they actually drove all the way to my house to deliver the switch I accidentally let them take after replacing it? The guy came over after work and brought it to me so I wouldn't have to make the trip tomorrow. How cool is that? Turns out he grew up in Indiana and worked for Forest River for years. Even said they'd teach me to tow when the time came. Plus plus
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Old 08-11-2015, 06:51 PM   #72
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Many times the owners/managers of RV parks have an HD truck with hitch to move units in and out of storage on site. You might also check with the owner manager and see if they can assist. If you can get an 8 ft 2x4 that is fairly straight, you can sit one end on high side in front of tires and the other end on the low side in front of the tires. Try various combos of height of pavers etc under the low side under the 2 x 4 to get the 2 x 4 level. This is the combo of blocks that should be a good starting place.
2x4 is hardly wide enough for a tire. In fact it would be better to use a 2x8 as a 2x6 is only 5.5"wide.
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I actually used 16 x 16 driveway strength pavers, figured they were stronger than simple concrete and since it is going to be there awhile I figured this would be best.
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