Originally Posted by blsh
It is so much easier to use the Anderson levelers; no more pulling up on one board and realizing you need two so backing off and adding another board, etc........You just need to go off them slowly so one doesn't get caught between the two tires.
X2. We have the Andersen's and love them (even bought a set for a friend as a gift). They are so easy to use - No more guessing "do I have enough blocks down or not"
You simply drive up on the leveler until you are level side-to-side (can check with a level on A-frame or stick-on levels if you have them), then hit the brakes and place the included chock underneath. If you have tandem axles, you will need 2 Andersen levelers (one for each axle).
I second the advice above about driving "off" them very slowly - the front Andersen will get "kicked-up" in between the axles and could get caught. Once TT is off the leveler, I have DW standing by to remove the front one before proceeding any further.
Good luck to you on your decision.
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