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Old 06-26-2020, 09:49 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by 1979 750 XS View Post
BAL makes a leveler that also acts as a chock. It shaved 10 minutes off our setup time.

Wish we could use it for our double-axle TT. Happy camping!
Can you not use two?

When used, what is the maximum lift?
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Old 06-26-2020, 11:39 PM   #42
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Originally Posted by chriscowles View Post
Can you not use two?

When used, what is the maximum lift?
Chriscowles, we thought about it, but there's to much weight. The PUP was about 2000 lbs, and our TT toyhauler is over 5000 lbs, (+motorcycles), so we exceed the weight capacity of the BAL leveler & they say NOT for tandem wheels.

I'd guess it lifts 6+ inches - not 100% sure of max height. I do know we never needed blocks or ramps again. We had just the BAL & two chocks for the higher wheel.

(tip - glue a quarter in the receiver cup, where the screw turns against and bears weight. Another quarter costs, well... less than a new unit.)
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