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Old 11-14-2013, 02:27 PM   #15
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I still have some work to do on the area but I pick the MH up tomorrow so I'm gonna need to make it work for now till I can get more done to it. I'm just crazy busy with work and have not been in town all week. Is there an issue parking it there if it's not perfectly level?

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It only needs to be level if running the absorption type refrigerator.


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I assume you checked your zoning laws for RV parking?

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The pads will probably settle over time with the MH on them. What I did was get large stone, two inch minus, and pack it in for a base. Then I put three quarter minus over it and packed it down. I still get a little settling, but I can just fill in with more rock.

The minus means I get the stone screened for no larger that three quarter, but I get everything smaller including the powder. That is the binder.

You could also just use powdered granite. It packs really hard.
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Old 11-15-2013, 08:10 PM   #19
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I assume you checked your zoning laws for RV parking?

Yep needs to be in the yard not in the front driveway. No issue there I live in an area with only 20 other homes and have 7 acres. I'm about 200 ft from the road behind trees at the road. Then the area that the MH is cut another 30 feet back into the trees.

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