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Old 10-30-2014, 07:30 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by MadDad View Post
I don't know how I would actually measure that?? It looks level, but to determine that the road or driveway would have to be perfectly level.
The drive way need not be level, just an even surface at any angle...

Usually the floor line of a Class C is evident from the outside of the vehicle. Take a measurement at the front floor to ground and another at the rear floor to ground. In my case there is a 4 inch difference (rear 4 inches higher then the front).

Then measure from the front to back, in my case it was 240 inches.

Now use the 1 in 60 rule which states "an arc of 1 inch in 60 inches will produce a 1 degree angle".

So, in my case 4/240 = x/ 60 Solve x = 1 degree.

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Old 11-08-2014, 04:03 PM   #22
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My Greyhawk was way off when we took delivery of it. After an alignment it was better, and after we loaded for a trip it was better and finally a Roadmaster Reflex steering stabilizer it is ok to drive.

Old setup:
2004 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 LT with a 2004 Jayco JayFlight 29BHS
2014 Greyhawk 31FS with a 2007 Tahoe toad
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2014 Thor Palazzo 33.3 with a 2007 Tahoe toad
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