|Item Weight||5.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15.6 x 6.2 x 5.1 inches|
|Item model number||3604|
|Manufacturer Part Number||3604|
Andersen Camper Leveler 3604
|Price:||$42.17 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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With the innovative Camper Leveler you can level your RV or trailer on the FIRST try - every single time!
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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.
UPDATE: added two strips of 3M 2" grip tape and the levelers worked perfectly in the same grassy conditions they were slipping in before.
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.
The device is simple, light, feels very durable, and couldn't be easier and quicker in function
When we want to brake camp, we just give the trailer a slight tug to relieve the pressure on the smaller wedge, pull the smaller wedge out, and back the trailer off of it. It just couldn't be easier! I am glad I bought it!
I show how this process works in the below video.
Sure lots nicer than having to roll on & off the lego-style plastic blocks we were using. Also results in less stress between myself & wife, that alone is worth the highish price of these:)
As they only raise so much, think I'll be fashioning a 6ft or so 2" x 8" (roughed or w/grip strips attached to avoid slippage) to use underneath in case we need a couple extra inches... Or if we only want 2" of rise, a little tough to do with these ramp style levelers.
Oh and I wouldn't roll forward off of these myself, we tap out the little wedges & roll back down off of them when leaving [<<< UPDATE: Had to cut off 1 or 2 inches from thin tip per instructions to always be able to do this].
They work so well for us if they ever broke I'd just buy them again.