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Old 08-22-2014, 08:40 PM   #11
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These are the best!!! They are so simple and yes they work on my 2014 x23b. I just used them for the first time tonight and made the leveling so easy. The DW held a level to the side of the camper while I backed on to them...and she just told me to stop when the level was plumb. It may appear that the space between the wheels is too small, but just jam it in there, it works. Here's a pic. Click image for larger version

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Old 08-23-2014, 12:51 AM   #12
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We use the same levels also on our 2014 X23B as bikester states, which takes the guessing game away and saves time. Worth every penny.
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Well, I finally got to try my Andersen levelers out this week and leveling my 5er on uneven ground (watching my 12" bubble level in my rear view) took less than a minute. The last time I camped at the very same spot....20 minutes with my old 6 foot 2x8's which are now being repurposed as campfire kindling.
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Old 09-12-2014, 03:25 PM   #14
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Well, I finally got to try my Andersen levelers out this week and leveling my 5er on uneven ground (watching my 12" bubble level in my rear view) took less than a minute. The last time I camped at the very same spot....20 minutes with my old 6 foot 2x8's which are now being repurposed as campfire kindling.

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Old 09-19-2014, 09:48 AM   #15
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my old 6 foot 2x8's which are now being repurposed as campfire kindling.
Just an FYI...assuming you had PT lumber, it's a bad idea to burn it in a campfire. Especially if it's old enough to be CCA treated. The A stands for arsenic. Not something you want to breath or eat!

The ACQ stuff isn't any better.

AFAIK, it's illegal to burn any PT lumber in all 50 states.
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