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Old 04-30-2019, 04:54 PM   #21
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Thank you everyone for your comments and leveling instructions. We have only taken it out once since then and we were in a pretty level spot and tried Auto Leveling again. Again ended up with all 4 tires in the air to some degree. So we manually adjusted it so they were just touching. We need to practice but the RV park was full and after it took us a few attempts at backing in (I apparently give the wrong hand signals ) DH was leering to practice manually leveling in front of everyone.
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Old 04-30-2019, 05:00 PM   #22
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Thank you everyone for your comments and leveling instructions. We have only taken it out once since then and we were in a pretty level spot and tried Auto Leveling again. Again ended up with all 4 tires in the air to some degree. So we manually adjusted it so they were just touching. We need to practice but the RV park was full and after it took us a few attempts at backing in (I apparently give the wrong hand signals ) DH was leering to practice manually leveling in front of everyone.
And everyone wants to come volunteer to help you set up.
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Old 05-10-2019, 05:55 PM   #23
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Why do you do front then rear? Bigfoot auto stabilizer jacks do rear then front and you can adjust as needed to level. So that's what I do with the jacks we have rather than using auto. Auto always seems to make a lot of unnecessary large adjustments..and always UP. I suppose it may not matter, but curious as to why you chose front then rear.
I don't know for sure regarding my Thor Windsport 34R, but with my experience in the fire service, you do not want to put the weight on the front tires of the chassis.
I guess it all depends on where the weight is specifically.
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