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Old 04-17-2016, 08:00 PM   #21
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Made it to the campground safe snd sound and no need to level. Site is perfect!
You are one lucky guy to be at a campground.
I have to go to work tomorrow. ugh!

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I use boards to level too. And at times a site had dips and bumps, like I dealt with today, I just eyeball the ground, and place the trailer where it's level side to side. I got it perfectly out of level today, just the way I like it- a little high opposite the bathtub drain side, so water runs out of the tub easily. Then I had to jack up the front end about a foot, so the level was just a bit high on the shower curtain side of the tub- again, so water runs into the tub, and not onto the floor. Heck, I've gotten so lazy I usually don't even put boards under the corner jacks. One of 'em is almost fully extended.
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Old 04-17-2016, 08:29 PM   #23
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