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Old 07-21-2016, 04:48 PM   #21
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I noticed your "w" leans on the left/port/drivers side too. Do you have issues having to block that side up to compensate when you put your slide out? Our unit can be completely level in all directions and then activate the slide and the level is way out of whack. We require at least two high of the leveling blocks both front and rear to attempt to make it level.
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Old 07-21-2016, 05:12 PM   #22
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Those pictures/posts were a year ago so perhaps you won't get a response!
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I noticed your "w" leans on the left/port/drivers side too. Do you have issues having to block that side up to compensate when you put your slide out? Our unit can be completely level in all directions and then activate the slide and the level is way out of whack. We require at least two high of the leveling blocks both front and rear to attempt to make it level.
Yes, we did have that issue with our "W". I normally raised the left side about 1-2˚ when leveling the unit. If I didn't extending the slide would put it off level. And I hate sleeping with my head "down hill"!

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Old 07-21-2016, 11:49 PM   #24
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Me too! I am really freaky about things being level. My husband not so much. Thanks for replying!
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Old 07-21-2016, 11:50 PM   #25
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Wait. Do you not have the W anymore?
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Wait. Do you not have the W anymore?
No, we don't... It spent waaaay to much time in the M-B shop with DEF issues. It got to the point that I expected a problem every time I got it in it. I'd never bothered with installing a ScanGauge before but with the M-B I bought one to be able to give M-B tech support the Error Codes when the CEL came on... My local M-B dealer was very supportive but there just aren't enough Sprinter repair shops in the areas we are heading to deal with a unreliable vehicle. And waiting three weeks for parts from Germany is no fun either....

We liked the "W" plan enough that we considered the GTS 2430, a "W" floor plan on a Ford E-450 chassis, but decided to "up size" a little when we resolved the reliability problem... The extra five feet of the GTS 2800 added a really nice shower I can actually fit in!
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