|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.5 x 8.5 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||00019|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||00019|
|Cover Included||4 lynx caps|
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Tri-Lynx 00019 Lynx Cap - 4 Pack
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Use Lynx Cap when you want a full flat surface on top of your original Lynx Leveler. The unique interlocking design of the Lynx Cap means it will not increase the stack height and insures a secure fit on your original Lynx Levelers. Pack of 4.
From the manufacturer
The unique interlocking design of the Lynx Cap means it will not increase the stack height while still ensuring a secure fit on your original Lynx Levelers. To be used under wheels or stabilizer jacks.
Works with Lynx Levelers
As the Original RV Leveling System Lynx Levelers are interlocking plastic leveling blocks that configure to fit any leveling function and withstand up to 40,000 lbs of weight (Used with Lynx Levelers).
Lynx Cap - 4 Pack
A flat, interlocking surface for your wheels or stabilizer jacks
A secure and safe way to level your recreational vehicle.
- Interlock exclusively with Lynx Levelers
- Will not increase stack height
- Can be used under your wheels
- Can be used under your stabilizer jacks
Interlock your Lynx Cap with any other Tri-Lynx Product
Get creative with your leveling stacks. The Lynx Cap will not add any height to your stack. But always remember to follow the safety instructions.
Use with stabilizer jacks
Don't over-stretch your stabilizers, use the Lynx Cap with your Lynx Levelers instead. We're here to add life to your RV.
Add years to your RV's life
The Lynx Cap is here to take the pressure off your equipment for long term storage.
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I contacted the manufacturer, who claimed to never see this but acknowledged that it can happen if the levelers are placed on or hit a rock. Despite the danger, I accepted a replacement set.
Last weekend I was out again. Since Memorial Day I've used 2x8 boards as the foundation for the leveling blocks. The 2x8 slipped on wet grass, the blocks slipped off the 2x8 and for a second time I'm left with tiny pieces of orange shrapnel.
Update - second set failed as well. I have contacted the manufacturer for a refund, and I will report back so that others are apprised of their customer service.
Further update - no response from manufacturer. Apparently they do NOT stand by their product. I also see that there are more reviews indicating that at least some of these are flawed and crack, break or explode easily. These things can be very dangerous, please avoid.
Storage in an RV is precious, and I have found on more than one occasion that these end up having multiple purposes, and have been so versatile:
1. We have been to a number of sites that haven't been level and even the table is uneven. We've stacked these under the table to level the table out.
2. Funny as it is, you leave these in front of a younger child, and they'll stack them together like Lego's. It's like watching a kid play with the box the present came in when they were young instead of the actual present.
3. They're perfect for almost sport while camping. We've used them as bases for baseball, left and right goal markers in soccer, end zones in football, etc.
Of course we do use them to level our camper as well :-)
Not sure why, but it seems wood vs plastic levelers is one of those things people just argue about like Chevy vs Ford vs Dodge pickups. If you've been using wood for a long time and it works for you, stick with wood. If you're just starting off with RV'ing, I would definitely recommend these, as they have multiple purposes, which would help justify their cost versus wood. Not to mention they're easier to store in my opinion. I felt like my pass through was the only place I could store the wood pieces I was using. I would never store them inside the RV. While storing these have been very easy, I do feel if I ran out of space in the pass through, this is one of the items I would consider storing in the RV when it wasn't used.
If I had to come up with a negative, the only thing I can think of is that maybe it would be neat to have different color options. So that if you were someone who was crazy about having everything matching you could buy a color that matched one from the palette your RV used?
First site of this season had quite a downward slope, which required a 4-high Lynx level (which BTW, needed a platform of 10 blocks for each front tire); and a lift under a rear dual of 3 high (could have maybe gotten away with 6, but used 9 for a better platform, for each tire, so 18!). Adding Lynx chocks to front pyramid (lol) made the leveling safe (plus 2 more rubber chocks at the grounded rear dually). Good thing, since we were on a 10ft drop to the lake!
Even if you think you have enough of these, get at least one more set. It will be well worth it more than once. And you may be able to help a fellow camper out of a bind (you could even sell them your spare set, and replace yours).
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I got them to use under the caravan steadied to spread weight on soft ground.
You can obviously purchase more blocks to gain more height of you wish to use them under the van's wheels.
Good addition to the caravan box of tricks