Thank you to all for your replies!
Found an answer to my question on another post. Here's a copy of post for reference:
BAL Leveler with 15" tires.
I have read rave reviews about the BAL leveler, and I know that it is supposed to work with "most" 15" tires. I have a Jayco Baja with 235/75R 15 tires. Can anyone tell me if the BAL will work with this set up?
Wish I could give you the definitive answer, but I can't. What I can tell you is that several members that found the BAL didn't work with their 15" tires were able to increase the space between the legs slightly with a jack so it fit. You could also park on a board so that the tire is raised enough that the BAL will fit.
More than 1 way to skin a cat-or fit a BAL. ;-)
I have ST225/75R15 tires. The BAL works with them, sorta of. On hard level ground I have to kick the BAL with my foot. On soft ground, no go. So we just roll the low side tire on a single Lynx block and the BAL is very easy to use.
Thanks for the replies guys. I have been using the Lynx system. I had read that you could spread the legs of the BAL out with a jack to make them fit, but wasn't sure that would keep it structurally sound. I might give it a shot.
I agree with NGATEL, on a solid surface, it's not too bad, but in dirt or worse, grass, it is pretty rough getting it to fit. In dirt, I have dug a small trench on either side of the tire for the BAL to slide into, but it sounds like backing onto a block is probably a better idea. That would lift the tire up high enough to slide the BAL in...