Hello, this is my first post. New to the camping world and have been out one time so far, but 7 more trips scheduled for the Summer/Fall. My question concerns leveling. I was told to level front to back first, then side to side. Once level, put my slides out. However, it seems to me, that common physics would say that once the slides are out, that would change the weight distribution of the overall leveling (adding more weight to the slide out side). Am I missing something here??? Just want to make sure for all of my future trips that I am doing things correctly! Thanks for your input! Bob-N-Shell
Once I'm in my site, I check a side to side bubble level I put on the front. What I am looking for is 1"inch to the side that doesn't have a slide. Then I setup the lego's and pull back forward put lego's in place then back up and check level again. Once i unhook then level front to back with bubble level put on the side. Then put down stabilizers and open slide. Crack open beer and call it good 'nuff!
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