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Old 08-10-2011, 09:48 AM   #1
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Tri-Levelers for 22.5" tires?

Does anyone sell something like Camco's Tri-Leveler (3500#rating) that will handle the large 22.5" tires? I know I could make something, but would rather buy something. Any suggestions? Thanks!

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Coaches with tires that big usually have leveling jacks. However I carry some short 2x12's in case I ever need an extra bit of lift.

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We have leveling jacks, four of them, each is rated for 12,000#'s. I carry blocks but usually end up putting them under the jacks. Although at our favorite lake park some of the spots have a lot of slope on them. I end up putting four blocks under the tires four rear tires. I've found that normal wood block split under the weight so I use 1" plywood or 2 X 12's cut, turned cross grain to each other, then glued and screwed together. Even then they still split.
I tried the Lynx levelers, I crushed a stack of four of them, gave the rest to my son.
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