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Old 12-08-2009, 06:03 AM   #1
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Cool class c motor home leveling

hello to everyone
i have a class c motorhome,this year we took a trip out to a lake fairly close to our home. it was a fourth of july weekend oh boy, well when we arrived we met up with a old friend clem , he and his wife are greeters at shenago lake. nice people so i ask clem any electric sites left? hummme maybe a couple ,i drive around for an hour can,t find nothin but two non electric sites did not bring my generator rats . so i tell my son go head and start settin us up and i,ll go sign us in. i walk up and run into clem agian. find a site he belts out with a smile from ear to ear. yaha i found one . you got a genarator in your back pocket i asked ? no why he asked ? well we found a non electric site no big deal will take it .hang on a sec he says he goes over and talks to his wife . comes back and says todays your lucky day one just open up go grab it before someone else does. ok what number clem the site? oh he says gives me the number and off i go on my way back to the motor home iam thinking i remember this site we were on it the last time we stayed here .nice site but what a leveling nightmare you litutreley have to back up a hill . friends i have to tell you buy the time i got this thing level the front end was off the ground at least a foot and a half . i could have performed an oil change greease job pulled the trasmisson who knows this is crazy i tell my son. got to be an easier way? so i ask you good people is there an easy way other then what were doing. and the blocking we have to carry is crazy. thought about those hydralic jacks a little to pricey for me do they make maual operated jacks for class c,s if so who makes theam ? need your help thanks dave sr

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Old 12-08-2009, 07:29 PM   #2
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Sounds scary...I deal with adding inches to level, not feet!

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Old 12-08-2009, 08:00 PM   #3
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easiest way to level any RV is loan it to your grandkids for a party. they'll level it.
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Old 12-08-2009, 09:31 PM   #4
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If you have room to carry them, use the drive-up ramps for changing oil. If you need more height you can use a couple of blocks under them. I used them on my c when i had it. You must buy the good steel ones.
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