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Old 01-04-2015, 10:44 AM   #1
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Just ordered 2 sets !

We after seeing this product being used,I just had to order 2 sets
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Andersen-3604 Camper Leveler
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Old 01-04-2015, 12:09 PM   #2
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http://www.andersenhitches.com/Produ...r-leveler.aspx

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Old 01-04-2015, 01:09 PM   #3
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They are a little pricey (more than 2x8's) but they are worth every penny you spend on these levelers.
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Old 01-04-2015, 01:36 PM   #4
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Great idea and $40 isn't bad, but I'd like to try them before I bought them to see if they make a big difference. All the sites I went to last year were almost near level side to side so these would just sit unused.
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Nice! I wounder how wide they are, does anyone know?
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Nice! I wounder how wide they are, does anyone know?
15.6 x 6.2 x 5.1 inches

These are the dimensions. Mine are in storage for the winter and I can't get to them but I am pretty sure the width is 6.2".
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Thanks Snake Plissken for the Pictures for some reason i was unable to do that today !
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Neato! Never seen any!
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We tried these out this weekend and had trouble with one of them continually shooting out from under the tire, not when we first drive up on it but when we moved the trailer further back to get things level. The ground was a concrete driveway, but the bottom of the levelers are really smooth. To be fair, the Lynx leveler squares we tried did the same thing. I was disappointed because if these had worked it would have been really convenient. We wound up using one on the front tire and two 2x8 pieces of wood on the back tire -- we were all puzzled why one would come out but not the other.


You can see in the attached image that when they work they really cradle the tire well, I've ordered some industrial grade friction adhesive pads to glue on the bottom to see if that helps.


I think Anderson needs to make these with a rougher bottom to really help secure them in place while leveling.


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We tried these out this weekend and had trouble with one of them continually shooting out from under the tire, not when we first drive up on it but when we moved the trailer further back to get things level. The ground was a concrete driveway, but the bottom of the levelers are really smooth. To be fair, the Lynx leveler squares we tried did the same thing. I was disappointed because if these had worked it would have been really convenient. We wound up using one on the front tire and two 2x8 pieces of wood on the back tire -- we were all puzzled why one would come out but not the other.


You can see in the attached image that when they work they really cradle the tire well, I've ordered some industrial grade friction adhesive pads to glue on the bottom to see if that helps.


I think Anderson needs to make these with a rougher bottom to really help secure them in place while leveling.


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I would bet your riding the brake and that prolly locks up the tire when no resistance and just push the leveler out. Unhook your trailer plug before leveling.
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