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skypilot5300 07-26-2011 10:33 AM

what is correct procedure to level a rockwood
 
ok now that i got it straight that my scissor jacks on my rockwood 2104 is not to be used for leveling only stablization. can you please tell me the correct procedures/steps to level my trailer and what do i use . hopefully not old school pieces of wood. i know tralier has to be level so as not to damgae refrigator does it have to pefectly level thanks for your advice on this matter :eek:

MtnGuy 07-26-2011 12:15 PM

See if this thread helps: http://www.forestriverforums.com/for...tml#post116062

ilovecamping 07-26-2011 12:28 PM

Well we still use the 'old school' pieces of wood method which is FREE, but there are other methods like Lynx blocks. That would be the method for side to side leveling and use the jack in front to level front to rear. Then put down stabalizers.

lindy 07-28-2011 07:37 AM

As far as leveling side to side, if I have the trl within 1/2 a bubble of level I use the sissor jacks to finish the leveling process. You can use the sissor jacks to a certain extent to fine tune leveling the trl. Don't think you have to be exact with the wood/blocks under the tires leveling the trl.

Goomph 07-28-2011 07:52 AM

The stabilizers should not be doing any lifting of the trailer frame as far as I know. It is pretty easy to bend the frame from those extreme points where the stabilizers are located. They need to be firmly on the ground, without lifting the trailer. I use lynx blocks to do the side to side leveling. Sometimes it is almost impossible to get it perfectly level, I try to get it as level as possible. front to back is easy, A PTJ rocks ! :)


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