Originally Posted by JFlightRisk
(snip) " You guys must all think I am an idiot."
No such thing. Another way to figure out how many boards you need at home, mark about where the tires will be when parked there, and use a 2X4 or pipe, or something pretty straight that's about the length between the wheels. Put the high side on the ground, and put a 4' level on the 2X4. When the board is level, measure to the ground on the low side, and you'll have a good idea how much to put under the wheels. That should get you really close without the trial and error method. Just an idea that popped into my head.[/QUOTE]
A variation on JFlightRisk's post:
I had a 2x4 that was a bit short and an RV bubble level. I leveled the 2x4 with one end on the ground on the 'high side' to a brick under the other end of it. Then moved the 2x4 so it was supported by the brick and leveled it. The distance from the 2x4 to the ground on the 'low side' got me close.
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