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Old 04-21-2019, 04:52 PM   #1
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Southwind levelers

Hi, see you have a Fleetwood. I have an 07 Southwind, 35A that I would like to as a question about. Our Atwood levelers ride only 10" off the ground and seem to hook on driveway curbs if there is much of a bump. My question is have you heard of anyone mounting them a little higher on the frame ? Sure you may need a few more blocks at times but at $472 a pop I would be happy to carry more spacer blocks. Thanks,Dan
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Old 04-22-2019, 12:34 PM   #2
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Mine also are about 10" off the ground.

I have not had them catch on anything, although on my previous rv I hit a pothole and bent the mount on one.

It would not be too difficult to raise them a bit by drilling more holes in the frame, although drilling 3/8 inch holes in a truck frame takes some good bits and strong arms.
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