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First time leveling the Micro Minnie 1800BH

Posted 09-06-2019 at 04:29 PM by Francisco

We recently purchased a 2020 Micro Minnie 1800BH. In preparation for it, we browsed every possible Pinterest post and youtube video regarding what is actually needed and what not for a new Travel Trailer. Among other things we got some nice Andersen levelers, and of course some of the lego like block levelers. When I brought my trailer from the dealership and before we could take it to the maiden voyage we had to put it in storage for a week. But we took the time to learn how to hook and unhook the trailer from the towing vehicle (VH) as well as how to level it and do some cleaning. The leveling part of the day was almost a disaster when we put the Anderson levelers and they just didn't fit between the two wheels of my trailer. At that moment the first question was - what are we going to do? Of course we looked at our options and took the block levelers to add one step for the trailer. It was so easy to backup the trailer onto the blocks, then we noticed we needed more, so we kept adding another layer and backing up the trailer. It took like 10 minutes from the moment we put the first block to the moment we agreed it was leveled by using a good'ol carpenter's level.
On our next trip to Walmart, we got the camco short levelers, similar to the red Anderson but shorter.

Finally, on the first trip to a campsite - which was very leveled, we used the short levelers, and it was just easier than using the blocks.

What did we learn from this one? You have to know the space between your axles and make sure your levelers fit in that space.
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