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Old 06-01-2019, 02:13 PM   #1
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Curved Levelers x23b?

Bought some of the Beech Lane curved levelers from Amazon. They are clearly too long to fit between the wheels as is but I can cut up to 4Ē off. Before I cut I wanted to check and see if anyone has these levelers and if the fit after being cut?
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Old 06-04-2019, 12:58 PM   #2
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Not familiar with that brand. Many people have cut down the Anderson levelers that look similar

Beech Lane curved levelers
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Can you just turn them slightly to get them to fit?

In the Amazon listing Jagiven linked, it looks like that's what they did in one of the pictures... ?
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I use the Anderson's with my 23B, and they fit.
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I cut the Andersens for my X19H. Work fine, just be sure to cut through the solid web between the cylinder cutouts. Be prepared for the biggest plastic snowstorm ever if you use a power saw to cut. Cleanup took longer than the cut.

You might also want to err on the side of extra slack. They fit fine for the original Goodyears, but the new Maxxis seem to be just a little bit larger and they are a tight fit now. The grip mats are a great idea; Andersen offers them now too, but I found the solution on my own when we had problems with slippage.
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