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Old 03-22-2012, 02:08 PM   #1
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Where to put two pack of stick on levels

Purchased a two pack of levels on Amazon and am wondering where placement on our TT would work best?
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Normally, they are put on the front cap near the corner, and on the side near the same level. This way, you can look at both levels from the same place. Be sure that you have the trailer actually LEVEL before you put them on...using a tennis ball on the floor in the center of the trailer can help you, or a golf ball, or ball bearing. If there is any lean in any direction, the ball will quickly tell you. Another check is the bathroom door and if it stays wherever you put it during the swing. Some use a level in the freezer compartment also.
Lots of ways to figure it out--bottom line, if you are comfortable in the trailer, its level enough....
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I had three on my Outback...one on the center of the cap, one on the passenger side near the cap and one on the driver side near the tail. If I had just two, I would do the two near the front...depends on the type of terrain where you park.
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Haha, newbie question, just what is a cap?
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Haha, newbie question, just what is a cap?
In this instance, Its the front end nearest the tow vehicle. The front and rear pieces are sometimes called caps because they are single pieces of material,or end-caps.
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Got it! So it's not bow and stern like on a boat.
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