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Old 02-21-2013, 03:25 PM   #1
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I know there have been several threads on this topic but , being totally new and ready to roll in a couple months, how many sets of Lynx levelers does one have to buy for duals in the back? You all are saying both wheels on both sides should be supported. Thanks!

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I have 2 sets that I got at Walmart. I found that 1 worked but if I had a spot that was very unlevel I barely could get to level. If I can't get to level using 2 bags then I have a very bad spot. Only encountered that at 1 private park near the ocean.

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I agree

with the above respose. I have two complete sets but rarely break the second one out. My motto: one is none, two is one...
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