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Old 06-21-2015, 11:00 AM   #1
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Anderson Levelers Issue

My TT is set up on our property, but the ground is kind of soft. I put some 2x12'x8's under the tires and then tried to use my levelers. They started sliding on the boards and I couldn't get the trailer up on them. I have the trailer level on some blocks but wonder if this would be an issue on concrete or gravel.

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Buy skateboard deck griptape and put it on the board. Should be the perfect size or grab two sheets Jessup Skateboard Grip Tape Sheet (9-Inch x 33-Inch) | Amazon.com: Outdoor Recreation

Something like that. I have anderson levelers too, I love them
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Old 06-22-2015, 04:29 PM   #3
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Yeah, Anderson Levelers will squirt out from under the wheels on wood boards. They are too slick, especially if they are a little wet. The grip tape would help or get some of the rough surface stair tread tape.
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Thanks folks. I'll give it a shot, if I have to do it again.
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