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Old 01-06-2021, 06:53 PM   #1
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: RC25
State: New Mexico
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Quantum RC25 Leveling Procedure

My 2021 Quantum has one large slideout on the driver’s side and power stabilizers in the back only . I level with leveling blocks.
My question is: Should I level the unit with the driver’s side purposely high initially so that when the slideout is extended, the weight of the extended slideout brings the whole unit into level (left to right)?

I have read that the unit should be level before extending the slideout to avoid stress on the slideout mechanism, but that will guarantee a low drivers side when deployed.

The procedure I follow is:
1. Level the unit to be level front to back, and 1/2 bubble high on driver’s side
2. Extend slide out (whose weight “rolls” the unit into level left to right)
3. Then deploy stabilizers

I’m looking for confirmation that deploying the slideout “slightly uphill” is not the end of the world.

I’m pretty much of a newbie, with one 5,000 mile trip in the unit, and it is now in the stereotypical (8 week + and running) time at the dealer for warranty work.

Thanks!

Jim
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Old 01-06-2021, 07:06 PM   #2
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2 or 3 inches isn't going to be an issue

I always level so the Bedroom slide is about 2 inches higher and if on dirt or gravel I factor that in as well

Not a problem for you at all
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