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Old 01-22-2012, 06:05 AM   #29
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Senior Chief, I have a 27' class C Honey, I get to a site, get the camper in location, then look at level indicators. If not level I add pressure treated 2x10s I have cut (8) total to fit under tires next to the appropriate tire based on site levelness then drive or back on to them. This being said the motor home is usually close to being level.

The next big accomplishment is to make sure I get the water condensate that comes from the air conditioner to drain of my metal roof to the back side of the camper. If it comes off the front it runs down awning then drips on patio carpet or ground if we don't use carpet then splashes dirt / mud on everything if you know what i mean, so leveling to drain to the back side is key. I use the leveling jacks to accomplish this!
The big problem I have is once I have these 2 items above accomplished is to then use the leveling jacks to stabilize the unit from rocking from entering and exiting the motor home. I spend more time getting this accomplished without effecting the condensate run off.

As we know the more we enter and exit the RV we may need to adjust the jacks that stabilize the unit.

Does anyone have other suggestions or short cuts?
Thanks in Advance

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