I have the Andersen leveler (2 each) and always carry a piece 4' x 12" (MOL) 3/4" marine plywood. Using the plywood keeps the leveler(s) from sinking into the sod / dirt / gravel and the smooth surface protects the levelers, IMO. If I need to level more than plywood only, I pull forward so the front axle tire is still on the plywood, but just barely; then place two levelers behind each tire on the low side and back up until a second set of eyes tells me I am level, (looking at a stuck on level) then place the chocks to hold them in place. On many tandem axle trailers the tires are too close to fit the Andersen between them, so on those trailers, you can only use one leveler, but it still works, just not as well. When leaving, back up slightly to get the weight off the chocks and pull them out, then go forward off the taper end, not off the high end like the video shows. That also might be how the leveler gets broken ... if jams between the trailer and the ground somehow (if possible). Until I made use of the plywood, I thought these levelers were useless with soft ground; I mean; whats the point of leveling only to have it sink deeper into the earth?
I also have their Rapid Jack... it works the same as the levelers but lifts higher. It seems to me, that using the Rapid Jack would also work for leveling, and save you $$$ using it for both purposes. You would need a chock that the Rapid Jack doesn't include.
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