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Old 10-11-2005, 05:08 AM   #1
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Here is a link to a couple of pictures of how I use a laser to align and loaded my camper.

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Here is a link to a couple of pictures of how I use a laser to align and loaded my camper.

http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/don87401/album?.dir=/57dd
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Old 10-11-2005, 02:28 PM   #3
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You use a pair of the levels?
I have the Happijac system. It has a couple of "guides" mounted in the bed back by the wheel well. I just make sure the darn thing is high enough. Then I lock the spouse in the closet. In the house.
Then I back and stop and look. Takes about 10 minutes. Twenty minutes if the spouse finds the key to the closet door.
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I have levels on the camper to make it level when lifting and camping. The laser shines a line in the bed which I match up with my center line and back up. Using lines in stead of dots also makes it square.
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Cybervet65-Chet,

My spouse wants me to get more information on the Happijac loading system that you are using so she can get out of the closet faster.
I went to their website but could not find anything on that system...have any photos,info, or links?

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