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Old 06-03-2016, 01:41 PM   #51
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I had a 6 point leveling system by Lippert Components installed on my RV about a year ago. I have been in about 25 different parks since then. I simply park where I want to. Disconnect the 5th from the truck and push the auto level button. After about a minute it beeps and it is perfect. With the large diameter base on the legs and most of the weight not on the tires, I have never noticed a sag regardless of base. I also have opposing slides.
Your opposing slides balance it and prevent the lean caused by one slide.
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Old 06-03-2016, 02:43 PM   #52
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With three slides on one side, I notice a lean sometimes.
I'll usually set that side a tad high to begin with.


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Old 06-03-2016, 05:01 PM   #53
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Plastic Ramp levers

What is the name of those plastic RV Ramps and where did you get them?
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Old 06-03-2016, 06:59 PM   #54
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I disagree with ilmor. My last trailer also had opposing sides, but had electric front Jacks and electric rear stabilizers. Stabilizers are built very light and are not for lifting, only stabilizing. This means all your weight is on two 3 x 5 pads at the front and the tires. With the level up system you have 6 - 8"diameter pads and hardly any weight on the tires so the trailer stays were it was set. Of course you should always park on a reasonobly firm base because on mush nothing will work.
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Old 06-05-2016, 03:06 PM   #55
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bubble slighly high worked ok, but when i got home i thought i have electric stabilizers with a remote so bubble up and sit in dinette for the lean and use remote to put down stabilizers, works like a charm. i appriciate all the replies and tips
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You rich guys with electric stabilizers. I just Jane 4 electric legs and not for leveling just curing down the rocking.
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Old 06-11-2016, 09:43 AM   #57
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You rich guys with electric stabilizers. I just Jane 4 electric legs and not for leveling just curing down the rocking.
Thanks for the reminder on how not to Level - Us Rich Guys need that once in a while. No biggie or dented Ego
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Old 06-11-2016, 10:29 AM   #58
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You rich guys with electric stabilizers. I just Jane 4 electric legs and not for leveling just curing down the rocking.

Have Lippert Ground Control 3.0 on the new 5er. Auto-level not rich, just OLD!
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I have found the following sequence works for me. I level side to side by pulling or backing onto leveling blocks as needed, try to get it as close to perfect as possible. Then I install my 'X' chocks, unhook and level front to back using the power tongue jack. For me it works best to keep the front just slightly high. Then I put down the electric stabilizers onto jack pads, rear first raising the rear just enough to make it perfectly level front to back. This takes a tiny amount of weight off the springs, making for a more solid feel when walking in the trailer. Then I put down the front stabilizers just to where they are solidly in contact with the jack pads on the ground, gravel or pad. Then I put the slide out.
Although the electric stabilizers do absolutely nothing to help with side to side leveling, they do give the unit a solid footing and prevent any movement when the slide is extended. Using this procedure, I've never had the trailer go off level.
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I have found the following sequence works for me. I level side to side by pulling or backing onto leveling blocks as needed, try to get it as close to perfect as possible. Then I install my 'X' chocks, unhook and level front to back using the power tongue jack. For me it works best to keep the front just slightly high. Then I put down the electric stabilizers onto jack pads, rear first raising the rear just enough to make it perfectly level front to back. This takes a tiny amount of weight off the springs, making for a more solid feel when walking in the trailer. Then I put down the front stabilizers just to where they are solidly in contact with the jack pads on the ground, gravel or pad. Then I put the slide out.
Although the electric stabilizers do absolutely nothing to help with side to side leveling, they do give the unit a solid footing and prevent any movement when the slide is extended. Using this procedure, I've never had the trailer go off level.

Thanks for the Tip I will try this trip - we leave tomorrow - I will try to remember to report back
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