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Recommended Leveling Blocks for RV with Closely Spaced Tires


I see a similar question answered stating a linked video that I do not find. I see regular video but I need to see how it can work when there is no room for a needed 2nd set on double axle 5ers rear axle. With them being 15inch long and 4inch high however I place it I cant see it getting between tires. If I cut it down that will take away value of it going from 1/2inch to 4inch which even the 4inch isnt raising that side near that much and it still would not go between tires. I sure would not want to just use one and then jack up 2nd axle to slide other under. Are they just not for me or what am I missing?


Expert Reply:

I spoke with my contact at Andersen regarding the Camper Wheel Chock and Leveler # AM3604 referenced in your question. He stated that while the levelers are designed to work with most tandem axle setups, there are rare instances like yours where the tires are simply too close to each other for them to work without alteration. In these cases, the only real solution is to simply trim down the level as you mentioned so that it can fit between the tires.

If you do not wish to do this, a better option might be leveling blocks like the Stackers # A10-0918. These are stackable blocks that can be arranged in various positions in order to reach different heights. The individual blocks are 10-1/2 inches long, 8-3/4 inches wide and 4 inches tall. This will include a total of 10 blocks.

I have attached a video demonstration on this product so you can see exactly how it works.

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Chris R

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