I use the Andersen 3604 Camper Levelers( https://www.andersenhitches.com/Prod...r-leveler.aspx
). Once set up properly, they work like a charm. Donít pay attention to their method of leveling. Youíll need a level for use inside the trailer, a trailer level indicator to mount on the front of the trailer that you can easily see in your truckís rear view mirror, and a good assistant.
First, disconnect the weight distribution bars then extend your slides. I level my Flagstaff V-Lite by the stove top. Place the level on the stove top to level side to side and determine which side needs to be raised. Place the Andersen levelers under the wheels of the side to be raised. With your assistant in the trailer and you on cell phones, begin pulling the trailer up onto the levelers. Stop when your assistant tells you itís level. Set parking brake and put truck in Park, and chock the levelers.
Pull in the slides, extend the stabilizers, and extend the slides again. Recheck the level and door swings. If no adjustments need to be made pull in the slides and retract the stabilizers.
Now attach the trailer level indicator (I use the Digital Level Lite so I can see it at night) so that it indicates the trailer is level. Unhitch the trailer and level it front to rear.
Extend stabilizers, then the slides, and you should be pretty darn level.
Now the next time you pull into an RV Park, disconnect the WD bars, look at the level you mounted to determine which side needs to be raised, place the Andersen levelers under the side that needs raising, and pull the trailer as far as needed until level is indicated. Drop stabilizers and extend slides.
All for $100.00 mas o menos.