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Old 05-21-2016, 07:34 AM   #11
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You should be fine. One day you may be assigned a campsite with a slope like that...
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Old 05-21-2016, 07:43 AM   #12
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Not bad of a slope. Pretty easy to park and get level compared to my drive. Before unhooking from trailer put an extra block under tongue jack should be able to bring up to close to level once un hitched. Just make sure to chock wheels. Later RJD
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Old 05-21-2016, 07:50 AM   #13
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This was how I parked my Roo in my driveway. The new TT is too long to fit. You only need it level to run the refrigerator and operate the slides. Otherwise it doesn't need to be levelled.
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Old 05-21-2016, 07:53 AM   #14
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Not bad of a slope. Pretty easy to park and get level compared to my drive. Before unhooking from trailer put an extra block under tongue jack should be able to bring up to close to level once un hitched. Just make sure to chock wheels. Later RJD
I agree that is not a bad sloop at all, mine sloops the other way and about 3x's yours that I can tell by the pictures, I always have to drive up on 2x8" wood for my back wheels. But also I have a 5th wheel, when I had a tag along I had to do the same thing but it was harder to set the WDH. You should be fine block the tires and call it good. You'll know exactly what to do the first time parking.... PS: You probably know this but besides the refer, you need to level for any slides or they will bind.
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Old 05-21-2016, 08:13 AM   #15
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I have had sites that sloped more than your drive and they were fine. Good chocks, wood or concrete blocks under the tongue jackand you're good to go. Just be careful unhitching from your tv. It will have a tendency to pop off the hitch at times. As long as you have it chocked securely, no worries.
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Old 05-21-2016, 12:18 PM   #16
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Just be careful unhitching from your tv. It will have a tendency to pop off the hitch at times. As long as you have it chocked securely, no worries.
Good point! Worth mentioning that the safety chains are the last things to come off, too.
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As an extra safety precaution, when unhitching (or hitching) keep the breakaway cable within easy reach just in case there is a problem. You can always pull it and stop the TT until you can rechock.
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Looks like about the same slope as I have in my driveway. I bought a flip jack for the tongue jack that lowers when the jack comes down that gives me the height to level the trailer. Before that I used some pieces of wood which worked fine, but not as easy to use as the flip jack.
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Looks like about the same slope as I have in my driveway. I bought a flip jack for the tongue jack that lowers when the jack comes down that gives me the height to level the trailer. Before that I used some pieces of wood which worked fine, but not as easy to use as the flip jack.

Just installed the flip foot on my jack on my 233s for the same reason. Yes, you can stack wood and pull the pin for the manual foot extension, but the flip foot makes it easier.
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Old 05-22-2016, 03:49 PM   #20
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Piece of cake. On our driveway I can walk under the 5er pin box.I'm 6' on a good day.
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