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Old 05-15-2013, 10:05 AM   #1
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Help looking for these blocks

I'm looking for the orange triangular leveling blocks in this photo. Any suggestions?

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Old 05-15-2013, 10:40 AM   #2
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Pretty much any RV dealership will have them.
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If you could make it to Nebraska next week, I'm selling these two B@l levelers, they are also wheel chocks. Work great on the 19' Escape.
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Old 05-15-2013, 11:40 AM   #4
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Search for Ramble RV Levelers.
Ramble RV Levelers, Set of 2 - Intersource D10-171 - Chocks & Levelers - Camping World
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Old 05-15-2013, 01:27 PM   #5
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Thanks Jubal I appreciate the link. Looks like they work pretty well.

Jim I have considered the bal system. Why are you selling them?

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Because I'm using the Ramble levelers and had the B@l left over from my other campers. Decided to stick with the Ramble and sell the B@l. They work better than the Ramble but are heavier and bulkier.
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I'm having trouble finding anyone who has the Ramble levelers. Camping World was out of them but with all of the talk of the Andersen Weight Distribution hitch look at their leveler located here: 3604 - Camper Leveler

Etrailer also has a similar one also labeled Andersen for less money and a limit of 5,000 pounds. This looks almost too good to be true when it come to leveling. Andersen Rapid Camper Leveler and Wheel Chock Andersen Trailer Jack,Wheel Chocks AM3011

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Old 05-18-2013, 09:57 PM   #8
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I'm looking for the orange triangular leveling blocks in this photo. Any suggestions?

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That picture is of my trailer. I purchased the levels at Camping World. Are they out of them on-line? I also have a set of the Bal levelers that I could have used this week. The Ramble levelers are 3" tall and that wasn't enough to get level three days ago. I added a bunch of wood on top and underneath to get high enough to get level. The Bal levelers go much higher. Jim, do you know how high they go?

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Old 05-18-2013, 10:16 PM   #9
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According to here BAL Tire Leveler Single Axle Light Trailer or Pop Up Leveling System Z | eBay
it lifts 9", but remember the higher you go the more tilt you put on the wheel, I'd guesstimate 6" is workable. I carry a shovel and sometimes I "dig" out the high side to keep the inequality within the 4" limit of the blocks. Have you considered that option?
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We have a BAL from our previous trailer and last summer at Yosemite, Crane Flats, we had a terrible site and had to raise the trailer 8 inches on one side. I really didn't like going that high even though the BAL was anle to. I don't like the weight of the BAL for the number of times we had to use it. The leveler from Andersen goes up 4 inches. If I need more than that I need a different site!
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