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Old 10-22-2014, 09:53 AM   #11
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I built my "storage lane" for my trailer so it could sit out of the way, out of the grass and level. I used retaining wall blocks as I only had to go up 18". Then filled will compacted fill dirt and covered with about 4-6" of crushed concrete. Looks great and functions well. The only thing I don't care for is I built it extra wide (slide plus trailer width, plus 3 extra feet because it sits along garage and roof overhang) and I still wish I made it wider for the steps. Now we have to walk on the grass to the steps, and step up the wall and the steps.

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Old 10-23-2014, 10:37 AM   #12
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I was only asking if anyone had built a parking/storage pad similar to the pictures I posted, and the long term durability of this method. No I would not build one that high either for the weight associated with a Class C or A. The overall layout of this CG was sloping or had some low spots, so they utilized this method to raise the pads up. Some I would not use either, especially the higher ones. Some pads had decks on 'em so I can only assume additional decks would be added at a later time by the CG.

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