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Old 10-29-2016, 06:04 PM   #1
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Arrow Help Wanted On Leveling a 22R

leveling a Winnebago 22r with out having to spent a lot for hydraulics
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Old 10-30-2016, 10:09 AM   #2
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Sorry I can't help with your problem as all my MHs have had jacks. I have observed several folks with out jacks use blocking to drive the low side wheels up on to the blocks. I do not know what they use on the inside to determine which side is low as I never asked.

Hopefully someone with experience will pop in and offer some advice.

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Make some ramps yourself. Take a 1 1/2' for long 2x4 and screw a 1'long 2x4 on top at one end and screw a 6" piece of 2x4 at the same end on top of the 1' piece. My guess work regarding lengths is perhaps a little off since I've never made any myself. Maybe start with a 2' piece and go from there proportionately. I would make at least two of them.

You can buy little bubble levels that are about the size of a silver dollar at many rv supply stores. Find an out of the way flat, level spot in your coach and mount it there.
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Old 10-30-2016, 11:26 AM   #4
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Make sure the boards are wider than the tire tread and that both tires of a dual are supported.
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Old 10-30-2016, 11:34 AM   #5
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There are a number of choices in buying leveling blocks.
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If you decide to just m
ake your own, you want to use at least 2 x 8s, if not 2 x 10s to support the whole tire footprint, as well as blocks under each of your dual rear wheels, if you need to raise the rear, .
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Make some ramps yourself. Take a 1 1/2' for long 2x4 and screw a 1'long 2x4 on top at one end and screw a 6" piece of 2x4 at the same end on top of the 1' piece. My guess work regarding lengths is perhaps a little off since I've never made any myself. Maybe start with a 2' piece and go from there proportionately. I would make at least two of them.

You can buy little bubble levels that are about the size of a silver dollar at many rv supply stores. Find an out of the way flat, level spot in your coach and mount it there.
Sorry for my goof calling for 2X4. You want to be wider than your tires.
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We use the plastic leveling blocks and have had excellent luck with them. You can purchase them at Walmart. You will probably need two packages of them. Also you can mount small level gauges on the exterior wall one on the side and one the back of the house. These are also available at Walmart.
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