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Old 04-10-2014, 08:44 AM   #11
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Already bought the BAL chocks for the new Roo but haven't used them yet. What kind of modifications did you have to do to them?
You talking X Chock? I use them on my 21SS and didn't have to do any modifications to them.

I like those Anderson Levels. Let me know how they work on the Roos. I might just have to ditch my Lynx Levelers.

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Old 04-10-2014, 08:49 AM   #12
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You talking X Chock? I use them on my 21SS and didn't have to do any modifications to them.

I like those Anderson Levels. Let me know how they work on the Roos. I might just have to ditch my Lynx Levelers.

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Yep, BAL X Chocks. Glad to hear you didn't have to modify at all!

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Old 04-10-2014, 12:17 PM   #13
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We are picking up our new Roo 23IKSS next week and might just have to purchase a set of these to try out. I needed a way to lighten up the load a little on the truck do to payload limits and this might help out.
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Old 05-07-2014, 10:06 AM   #14
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I bought these for my Roo.
We are camping this weekend so I'll let you know.
Parrish,

How did your camping trip go with using the anderson levelers? Did you have to cut one down so it would fit in between the tandem axle?

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We tried them but they will need cut.
Planning on doing that next weekend. I'll take some photos. Won't get to try it until Memorial Day weekend.
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Old 05-07-2014, 12:31 PM   #16
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I bought the Anderson levels for my Roo. Had to cut one substantially to get it to fit between the tandem axles. At first I was afraid it may have been too much and would affect performance. However it did not. I've been out twice. Best purchase I've made. Simple to use. I will be ditching my boards for next trip.
I had to do the same.
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Old 05-07-2014, 12:36 PM   #17
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I had to do the same.
Did you cut both so when you back onto them they are the same length? I would think both would need cut or the shorter of the two would cause the tire on it to be slightly higher.
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Did you cut both so when you back onto them they are the same length? I would think both would need cut or the shorter of the two would cause the tire on it to be slightly higher.
So far I have just cut one to see how much I needed to cut off. I have not tried them yet. You make a good point that both may need to be trimmed. First use will be Memorial Day weekend.
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Hello - any follow up feedback on these leverlers? I'm getting a 23IKSS in a few days an have to start shopping for accessories. These look very promising.
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Hello - any follow up feedback on these leverlers? I'm getting a 23IKSS in a few days an have to start shopping for accessories. These look very promising.
I have a 2014 23IKSS. I had to cut way too much off one to get it to fit between the axles rendering it useless for all but extreme leveling distances. I have never used them.
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