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Old 04-05-2015, 09:14 PM   #11
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Old 04-08-2015, 11:51 PM   #12
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I got the bal single axel leveller this past winter. I can't wait to use it as I have read it's one if the best accessories you can have for a tent trailer .


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Old 04-09-2015, 08:50 AM   #13
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Many people swear by them Mark. Let us know what you think.

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Well, I used to swear by the BAL, and still say it is great; however, this past weekend I tried the Andersen leveler, and balanced side-to-side in seconds. Back up to where you want to camp, place the ramp in front of a tire, pull forward till level side-to-side, place vehicle in park AND apply parking break (many vehicles will roll and inch or two if only in park). Then place the chock that comes with it at the back of the tire; and you are done.

And after three days of camping with wind gusts up to 55 mph from the side and back, the trailer did not loose level. So, it does work.
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The big brown truck delivered our BAL X-Chocks yesterday evening, the 28012 double pack. They are a close fit with our Dexter TorFlex axles, but after adjusting the tire pads to fit the curvature of the tires, they drop right in. I snugged them up and went inside the trailer and noticed a big improvement. I'm a believer!
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The big brown truck delivered our BAL X-Chocks yesterday evening, the 28012 double pack. They are a close fit with our Dexter TorFlex axles, but after adjusting the tire pads to fit the curvature of the tires, they drop right in. I snugged them up and went inside the trailer and noticed a big improvement. I'm a believer!
Yep. I have yet to test mine out but I am hoping to share your experience.
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