Originally Posted by adaigle
The manual says that the wheels should not be off the ground ??? I used the "manual" button on the leveler and managed to level the RV without lifting the wheels off the ground. That's a lot of stress on the frame when the wheels are off the ground !!! I also noticed my slides are out of alignment when the wheels are off the ground. When I leveled it manually the slides are perfect.
2015 Greyhawk 31ds
I agree. But you see it all the time. I have seen big DP's with the rear's 6 inches off the ground.
Also saw a huge TT, 35 feet maybe, that had one side lifting the tires off the ground by at least 8-10 inches
I wouldn't think that is good for anything but maybe no harm is being done.