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Old 06-01-2018, 07:25 AM   #1
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Best bubble level location

Where would be the best location inside of coach for placing levels? I have tried refrig, stove top and floor, all seem to be different.
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As close to center as possible...I used the kitchen counter top with previous TT. Close enough is good enough.
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What location do you do the "leveling" from. In every MH I owned, its from the drivers seat. So I need to be able to see the levels from the drivers seat. I can move the MH around to get it level, and also control the jacks. All from the drivers seat.

What am I leveling?

I wanted the frig leveled. On my MH, If the frig is level, everything else is very close to level.

To do this, I put my 24 inch level in the frig, and then leveled the MH so the frig was perfectly level, front to back, and side to side. I then installed my self adhesive bubble levels up near the driver seat so I could see them.
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Hey Bob
I found a level app on my phone,once I'm in place I open the app set it on the floor next to my seat and level up. I like the fact that it's very easy to see and perfect if the lighting is bad.
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Thanks, that's good enough for me.
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I like the app, thanks!
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I like the idea of being seated, thanks.
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Best bubble level location

Look at the LevelMate Pro. This solved all my leveling issues and works great. Itís also good for quick overnights like Walmart because you can move around the parking lot looking for the most level location. The RV Geeks also did a video on it which is very informative.

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When we had a 5er without auto leveling I always put the level on the floor.
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Also have the Level Mate Pro......works good
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Thanks everyone, you have all been very helpful.
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