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Old 06-23-2012, 09:33 AM   #1
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I have two sets of Lynx Leveling blocks, and wondered if they can be used under the tires or leveling jacks. Does anyone know the weight the blocks are rated, or have you used them under a Motorhome?
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Are you talking about the orange ones that come 10 to a box with a storage bag? If so I carry 4 sets. 40 total pieces. I have a 37' DP and drive all 6 tires up on them all the time. This past weekend we had the rear of the coach 5 high due to unlevel camp sites.
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I carry 2 sets. I have had to go 3 high on the duals. Now my coach only weighs in at 15k, but see no problem using them on anything. I got rid of all the wood that used to be in the bay.
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Are you talking about the orange ones that come 10 to a box with a storage bag? If so I carry 4 sets. 40 total pieces. I have a 37' DP and drive all 6 tires up on them all the time. This past weekend we had the rear of the coach 5 high due to unlevel camp sites.
Yep, 4 sets will get you through almost any situation. Heater mentioned using blocks under all six wheels, it's most important to place blocks under both duals on a side.

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I think those things are a max of three high.
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I also use them under the jacks if the campsite is gravel, sandy or muddy. They are pretty durable even with the weight of a 40 foot coach on them.
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We bought a set for the class C we had that didn't have jacks. Now we use them like others under our jacks when needed. They are tough little devils. I put a wood block on them just in case but I don't think you need one.

Make sure if you are putting them under rear wheels they are under both duals.
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I think those things are a max of three high.
Nope. Max stack height is 5 inches.
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You are right, the yellow ones from CW are 3 high.
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