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Old 07-04-2012, 03:33 PM   #1
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Leveling side to side

When we had the POPup we also had a BAL leveler for single wheels. Now that we have a new Jayco TT 26 RLS, how do we level side to side with two sets of wheels?
Also, we plan on buying a RV Hydro Flush for the waste system. Any one have experience with this system?

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Old 07-04-2012, 04:01 PM   #2
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I have a selection of different thickness boards I keep in my front pass through to level side to side. After I get my camper positioned where I want it on the pad I check my level, select the correct thickness board(s), pull the camper forward a little, place the board(s) behind the wheels and back it back into position.

I installed the Camco Quickie Flush and love it.
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Old 07-04-2012, 04:10 PM   #3
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The boards will work fine, but I carry two bags of Lynx blocks and it saves a lot of weight.
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X2 on the lynx blocks.
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X3 - Lynx blocks.
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X4 on the Lynx blocks. I used 2x6 for years, just bought the Lynx blocks for our new trailer and I can't believe I lived without them for so long.
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We also have the 26RLS and we also carry 2 sets of Lynx leveling blocks. They work great. We don't have the hydro flush. We use the wand attached to a hose to clean our black tank. It has worked well for us for over a year and a half.
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