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Old 11-04-2011, 06:22 AM   #1
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BAL tire leveler

Hello, we just purchased a JayFeather 19H hybrid and I have been doing some research on leveling, we do alot of festivals in pastures and the sites are never level. We had a pop-up and used the BAL tire leveler and loved the ease of using it. After some research I see some that are using 2 of them to level light weight trailers with tandem wheels. Has anyone any experience with this? Or see any draw backs to doing so.

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Old 11-04-2011, 08:17 AM   #3
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Mike welcome to the Jayco forums.

I have never used one myself, but I see where they may work ok on a PUP (pop-up). My concern once you get into the HTT's TT's, etc., that the tubular frame may have a tendency to settle into the ground thus placing unwanted weight on the corner stabalizers. IMO a couple of wood boards (easy to store) will provide a better foundation for the tires for leveling needs.

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Thanks Bob, even when using the popup we would place a 3/4 inch peice of plywood under the leveler, so it would not sink, we would do the same thing here with the 2 wheels. The weight should not be a issue since each one can support 2000 lbs.

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seems like this is an option


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