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Review of Andersen Tools AM3604

Today we'll be reviewing part number AM3604. This is the Andersen camper leveler. One leveler is included, along with one chock. This is going to provide leveling at any increment, from a half-inch, to four inches. At its lowest point, we have a measurement of a half-inch. Then at its highest point, we have a measurement of right at four inches.

This is going to work great on trailers up to 30,000 pounds. The way this works is, you would place the wedge in front of, or behind, the tire of your trailer. That way you can actually drive on to these, or you can back on to them. Your tire is going to come on, here. It's going to level itself out with the leveling system.

Once you have that correct increment that you're looking for, between a half-inch to four inches of needing to be level, then what you can do is, you can take your chock, and place it under your leveler. You can see how the chock is cut to match any position that the leveler is positioned at. Another great feature about this system is, once you're ready to move your trailer off of the levelers, you don't have to get in there and struggle to really pull this out from your tire. You can simply just remove the chock, and drive your trailer off the front. This is going to flip up behind your wheel, and then you're good to go. Just grab your two pieces and put them into your storage compartment or under your vehicle, and you're ready to get on your way.

Another great feature about this is that it is just two pieces. There's no assembly required. A lot of leveling systems out there, you have to build or place together. In some cases, a lot of people that don't want to use chocks, will wedge a rock underneath their leveler. This is a really sturdy and stable unit.

It's going to work great for your application. A few dimensions that I would like to go over is, we have an overall length of right at 15 inches. Again, the height is four inches, and this provides a width of right at six inches. That's going to complete today's review of the Andersen camper leveler, part number AM3604.



On the same axale or one on each or do I need 4 with tandems?

Etrailer Expert

David B.


If you have a tandem or dual axel trailer the most you can use or need is 4 units. I linked two answer pages for you to look at that will help you out. If you have any other questions let me know!



For a multi-axle trailer, would you need you use one under each wheel on that side?

Etrailer Expert

Jon G.


It kind of depends on the exact terrain your trailer is parked on, but essentially yes, I would say a good rule of thumb would be to have one under each wheel on a side of your trailer.



Does it include the mat?

Etrailer Expert

Rachael H.


The # AM3604 includes the wheel chock (curved piece) and the leveler (triangular piece). I have provided a link to the product page that includes additional details for your reference.

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