Originally Posted by Bassdogs
Explain the 3 at 6 feet comment. I use wood blocks [2x6x12] and carry about 8 or 9 of them. Also maybe 4 [3/4"x6x12] for a half bubble adjustment. Pack them all in a plastic Pepsi crate that slides easily into the storage or back of the truck. If one breaks or is left behind, I make a new one before the next trip. In a pinch the extras can be used for fire starters. The only plastic levelers I've ever had I found at CG's that were left behind by others.
added weight from wood is minimal, they are easy to use, and cheap to make.
I was saying using 3 boards at approx 6 feet in length. Maybe not that long I don't have the trailer here to measure. I guess what you use would work I just think that I could have problems with the boards sliding but maybe not it obviously works for you. The last TT I had I used 3 boards one was approx 40" the next was 34" and the next was 30-32". I would just lay how much I needed to raise it and back on. The boards wouldnt slide when I was backing up because of the weight.
I dont know that I want to use the plastic blocks but they seem alright except the cost. The anderson leverlers seem to be awesome but they are also expensive. And the wood is the cheapest and most weight but it is not like I am talking hundreds of pounds but everything adds up.
Thanks for your reply I think I will start with wood and if that dont work out I will try something else and will tell all my thoughts