|Item Weight||5.79 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15.6 x 6.2 x 5.1 inches|
|Item model number||3604|
|Manufacturer Part Number||3604|
Andersen Camper Leveler 3604
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With the innovative Camper Leveler you can level your RV or trailer on the FIRST try - every single time! No more guesswork! No more hassle! Simply drive up until you are level and then chock - it's that simple. The Andersen Camper Leveler provides 'dead-on' leveling at any increment from 1/2 inches to 4 inches - no other leveler is this precise - or this easy to use!
From the manufacturer
Aside from the ever popular light weight aluminum tow bars and adjustable ball mounts, Andersen Hitches also offers a variety of products to help make life a little easier for the avid traveler, sportsman and camper.
|Rapid Jack||Trailer Jack Block with Magnets||Clean Step Mat|
|The Rapid Jack is your best friend when it comes to fixing a flat tire or removing a wheel on your multi-axle trailer||The Andersen 'Trailer Jack Block' eliminates nearly all of the movement in your parked RV or Trailer||Keep 90% of the dirt outside of your RV, Trailer or Home with the innovative Clean Step from Andersen|
|Use with TUFF Chock for extra support when unhooking trailer on Rapid Jack||Eliminates nearly all movement and sway in parked RV's and Trailers||Resists dirt, mud, grease and oil|
|Leveler Tuff Pads||Tuff Chock||Camper Leveler|
|If you're looking for the toughest camper pad around, you just found it! The TUFF Pad is built 'tuff' and built to last||If you're looking for the toughest wheel chock around, you just found it! The TUFF Chock is built 'tuff' and built to last!||With the innovative Camper Leveler you can level your RV or trailer on the FIRST try - every single time!|
|4 TUFF Pads in each kit||Made to work with the curve of the Rapid Jack for extra 'jack' support||Precise leveling at any increment between 1/2 inch and 4 inches|
|Ultimate Trailer Gear duffel bag||Ultimate Trailer Gear Trailer Jack Block Bag|
|Each kit includes the following:||2 Camper Levelers with 2 TUFF Chocks,||4 Trailer Jack Blocks|
|1 Rapid Jack with 1 Rubber Pad,||4 TUFF Chocks|
|1 Clean Step,||1 Clean Step|
|4 TUFF Pads||1 Sturdy Carry Bag with handles|
|2 Extra TUFF Chocks|
|1 Sturdy Carry Bag with handles|
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I back onto them, a set for each wheel, until our trailer was level. This is done by holding a level vertically on the side of our trailer. We drove up to a level of about 1” and then placed the smaller piece on the other side to lock them. It was great and an unknown benefit is that it helps stabilize the trailer.
You can get from about 3/4” to 4” of rise from the Anderson Leveler. If you need more than 4” to get level, find another campsite.
I recommend the Andersen-3604 Camper Leveler.
On a hard DRY surface they are awesome but as soon as there is a hint of water or mud one will always pop out, and pretty forcefully I should add. On wet grass they do the same although with less force, unless they sink in the ground a little (or a lot in some cases) where the depression in the ground holds them in place.
I am not someone that has to have my trailer perfectly level. So I would be just fine pulling up on some 2x6's and calling it good. Other people have to have it exactly level. This is for the people that have to have it perfect!
Also, they say that you get 4" of lift out of them. From my experience you can get about 3". If you go all the way to 4" you will be teetering on the edge. And some places I go I need more than even 4" of lift.
All in all I am not sure I would recommend these. I have recommended them to some of my friends with trailers, and haven't to others. They are REALLY expensive for a dual axle trailer and they slide out a lot. I would not say they are any better than a few 2x6's and personally I would not buy them again. But I've got them so I will use them.
Fast in new camping locations
Wow factor from other campers
Easy to do if you are by yourself
EXPENSIVE (especially for dual axles)
Sometimes I need more than 3" of lift.
My tires are wider than the leveler is
Update: have used these a few more times. they are a must have. makes set up so quick and precise. no more pulling onto boards to check level, than pulling off to adjust boards. even use for short stops to level for refrigerator. I have a 2014 dutchman danali 32 ft fifth wheel.
With our trailer all but empty and dry weight at about 7500#, I don't know why they would have snapped like that unless the material just dried out or was otherwise compromised. However, after only 15 months since purchase and with a 3 year warranty, I would hope that wouldn't be the case this soon. I was also confused when the rep asked me if my tires were underinflated, which they are not because I just got done checking them before I tried to level the camper. But apparently, that could somehow put undue stress on them? Seems odd though if they are supposedly to handle weights up to 30,000#!
So although I really like these, am impressed with Andersons warranty replacement process, and they will continue to be my first choice for leveling my trailer going forward, I will have to start carrying my pressure treated boards again, just in case. Sigh................