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Old 10-13-2017, 06:33 AM   #1
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Allegro Red 38QBA leveling tips

I've just purchase my first Tiffan and have a question regarding the proper way of leveling the coach. Start leveling process with all four slide out, Or leave them In?
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Allegro Red 38QBA leveling tips

Slides in, jacks down, then slides out.
When leaving, bring slides in first, then jacks up. This keeps slides going in/out straight.
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Les thank you for the tip! appreciate the quick response.
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+1 the procedure Les described is Tiffin's recommendation as it takes stress off if the slides during movement. If the coach shifts and goes off level when the slides are extended, you can always manually relevel if needed.
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Congratulations on the 38QBA. Another tip on leveling, I have everyone get out of the coach before leveling. Whoever stays in to start the process needs to stay still so the coach can level without weight being redistributed during the process.
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