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Old 05-21-2016, 04:10 AM   #15
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I find many times I just need to raise one side 1-2 inch to get level. Thinking of getting a screw type jack to lift the low side up a little and not use blocks under the tires. Then put down the stabilizers. Anyone try this?
What I do is start with the jacks on the low side, usually if I really run them down I can get it level if its just a little off.

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The problem is that the new electric stabilizers do no leveling as both sides come down at the same time and adjust to unequal distance to stabilize only. I did what you suggest with my previous TT.

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