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Old 05-20-2014, 07:19 PM   #21
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well ours had one slide on each side in rear living area that both weigh about the same and the front bedroom slide isn't that heavy so it works for us our old one had one superslide and that could shift weight a little

Ya, it's the one super slide in ours that pulls the whole thing out of level. It's not a LOT, but it's enough to notice. I can see how two slides would even things out...
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Old 05-21-2014, 01:47 PM   #22
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for me this is my list ... I back into sight about where I want it to be... then I get out and check side to side level ... I put blocks in front of wheels and pull onto them to level side to side then I chock the wheels ... take the trailer off hitch and raise or lower tongue jack until I am level front to rear... then I put the stabilizers down ...plug it in and finally open slides... just the way I do it ... seems to work well
That's the way I do it also, I have 2 slides on 1 side so I put the side without the slides a little higher than the other side, but just a little, it seems once the 2 slides are out that side drops a little
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well actually i did plug it in before putting the stabilizer jacks down just to save battery and they run down a little quicker with it plugged in lol
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Yeah, that same Tech will be more than happy to sell you 4 new jacks because you tore the originals up trying 'lift' the trailer! He'll laugh all the way to the bank.
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