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Old 11-28-2014, 03:01 PM   #43
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those fastaway ones look nice...I think I may upgrade if santa will bring them...look pretty solid...

The anderson thingies interested me, but now 3 times in my camping in my first year I have needed more elevation than that to make things level...I keep two backs of those lynx level blocks...

I need to figure a system for looking at my level and knowing exactly how many blocks stacked I need...NEVER have I got it right the first try...usually by the 3rd....*ARGH*
Use these bubble levels:

RV Levels, Set of 2 - RV Designer E401 - Levels - Camping World

One Lynx leveler block is 1.25 divisions on the scale. Two blocks, 2.5, etc. we marked the scale on the lateral level with white nail polish. Works first try every time. If the ground is uneven, you may have to back up and stack the blocks where the tires were sitting when you checked the kevel.

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Will Anderson levelers work to change a tire? The ones I saw were only 4" lift, and the AS manual says use 8" lift to change tire.

Is anyone using the Anderson levelers with a recent 23D? I can't find specs for axel spacing.

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Old 11-29-2014, 02:50 PM   #45
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Will Anderson levelers work to change a tire? The ones I saw were only 4" lift, and the AS manual says use 8" lift to change tire.

Is anyone using the Anderson levelers with a recent 23D? I can't find specs for axel spacing.

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Manual says raise 6" to change a tire.
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