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Old 08-04-2018, 02:20 PM   #1
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Leveling Rear Wheels

I am at a camp site that slopes very badly to the rear. I cannot get level in the rear without bringing the rear duals and tag off the ground. What do you folks use to level in this situation?? I do not want to carry large pieces of lumber with me to drive up on since my storage is limited in a 40foot with tag coach. I assume you have to level tag tire and duals together on same side or you will have tires off the ground if you do not do both the tag and both duals. Thanks for your response.
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I have 4 bags of the orange blocks for this situation. Make sure you put the same height under the levelers as you do the tires.
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We almost always put the rear on the high ground and lift the front, then start shopping for a better site to relocate if it's that bad.
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I have 4 bags of the orange blocks for this situation. Make sure you put the same height under the levelers as you do the tires.
Agree with this, also I am not comfortable with having any of the tires in the air.
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Hi - Do not lift or block the rear wheels. That's what keeps you from drifting off down the hill. (Maybe not even drifting). Turn the coach around or find a different site. It's too big of a risk.


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Hi - Do not lift or block the rear wheels. That's what keeps you from drifting off down the hill. (Maybe not even drifting). Turn the coach around or find a different site. It's too big of a risk.


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Totally agree. I would add find a different site or ask for you money back. Eventually they might fix that site.
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