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Old 08-11-2016, 11:38 AM   #21
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Every situation where you camp is different therefore if it is just an overnight I might just one scissor jack and the stabilizers. For extended camping I use even between the scissor jacks and front stabilizers extra stabilizer support midway. My TT is 31 ft. on a light weight frame which flex a bit. We are both not heavy but even if a dog jumps of the couch you will feel it in any TT or 5er. RV don't have a solid foundation. Every person has a different comfort level how they like their RV setup.
Please note! Stabilizers are for stabilizing and shouldn't be used as a jack.
Those scissor jacks also come in handy with a tire change. 8 or 10 Ton hydraulic jacks work as well, the weight between them are minimal.
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Old 08-11-2016, 11:50 AM   #22
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Thanks ALJO. mine is 24 feet so if I understand correctly, I could use a jack to level up the trailer. The one I found from Alied look pretty cool because they're designed to be a stabilizer as well!
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Old 08-11-2016, 11:58 AM   #23
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Maybe you can put a link to the Allied Stabilizer/jack?
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Old 08-11-2016, 01:28 PM   #24
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Alltrade Tools 2 Ton Unijack Hydraulic Jack Stand 620470 by Alltrade for $39.99 in Jacks - Jacks - Straps - Winches - Equipment - Hardware : Rural King
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Old 08-20-2016, 11:06 AM   #25
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We have the Anderson levelers and find them easy to use. I set the first section in place and the DW pulls the vehicle forward while I watch the level. The trick is to hold the vehicle in place with the brake while installing the second piece. If you put the TV in park first there is usually a small movement of the unit so it goes slightly out of level.
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Thanks. I'm still considering my options
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Recently received my Anderson levelers right before my last camping trip and they really do work well. Basically setup like the others that posted using a 2 ft level on the side. Sure does beat using the leggo style I had before.
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Old 08-24-2016, 10:53 AM   #28
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I only use the Anderson levelers ( have now for two years) on my dual axle TT and they are the easiest and best to level the TT side to side. Highly recommend. Easy to drive on and off.
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Made my own based off the thread link provided below.

Works great every time I've needed it. I just throw it in the bed of my TV or just inside the HTT door. Depending on the grade, I just drive up, or back onto it and the DW tells me when we are level side to side. Max lift is 4.5" but if needed I can slide more wood under it to raise it a bit more although that would be a mighty big slope to camp on.



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Looks much heavier than the Anderson's but if it works for you GREAT!
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