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Old 03-01-2015, 10:09 AM   #41
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We have both and use the legos when the trailer is only out a little. The Andersen work great especially when it is more than an inch out of level. Like was said State Parks and Country Parks.
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Old 03-01-2015, 10:11 AM   #42
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Just a heads up for the Few owners that have the smaller wheel base,you can trim off enough where they will fit between the wheels and will not effect the warranty,

For the person that wants to cut wood,I did that and made some good ones,how ever after trying to level on wet asphalt/ concrete and getting my clothes soaked from going under the RV to place a jack to lift up the wheels to slide the wood under,
NO Thanks, to old to do a RV safari.... These thinks work great and if there is someone here they dont work for than call the company.. Have a wonderful weekend ..
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We did not need the tape Post # 39
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Old 03-01-2015, 11:05 AM   #44
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Anyone have a Jay flight 28bhbe with these? Getting ready to order and want to make sure my wheels are spaced far enough apart for them. So people recommend grip tape on the bottom?
I have a 28 BHBE, and they work great. Side to side leveling done in no time, and the jack takes care of front to back. I did not need to add tape to them, but you could if you want.
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Old 03-01-2015, 09:29 PM   #45
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Here we go, I did trim alot off and they still did not fit well on my trailer. I was not comfortable with how tight they were. I was not concernd about backing on them or driving on them, but I was concerned about what would happen when I was coming off of them.....just not enough room for my comfort.
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Old 03-01-2015, 09:37 PM   #46
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Yes I have them, used them this week camping and they worked just fine. Very happy with the ease of use. I did add a rope to the small chocks so they could be removed more easily.
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Old 03-01-2015, 09:48 PM   #47
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I have a Jayco 23J, bought a set and they dont fit between the wheels. make sure you don't have close axles like the 23J
The Anderson rep said you can cut a length off the thin end of the leveler if they won't fit between the axles. The max recommended is up to between 1st and 2nd hole on the side of the leveler.
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Is there any reason you couldn't use the Anderson Rapid Jack as a leveler? It costs a bit more & you still need to buy the chock ( $6 ). However, you'd then have the ability to change a flat tire if necessary. The levelers probably wouldn't give enough lift to change a tire.

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Is there any reason you couldn't use the Anderson Rapid Jack as a leveler? It costs a bit more & you still need to buy the chock ( $6 ). However, you'd then have the ability to change a flat tire if necessary. The levelers probably wouldn't give enough lift to change a tire.

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I just got my Anderson levelers and haven't use them yet (next week) but I was going to try the opposite and use the levelers to jack. I thought I could use the Lego's under if I need more height.
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I thought I could use the Lego's under if I need more height.
Seems like a good idea. Would keep cost down a bit as well.

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