landing gear

Discussion in 'Towables' started by DCNKY, Apr 2, 2011.

  1. DCNKY

    DCNKY New Member've backed into your spot and leveled the side to side and are ready to lower the landing gear. You pull the pins and the gear drops to the ground. The holes in the legs don't always line, so you continue to lower the legs until the pins pop in. This is how I was told to lower the landing gear legs.
    I have one problem with this scenario. The legs will not always be on level ground, so how do you allow for this in order to keep the so called "twist " from affecting the frame????
  2. LEN

    LEN Senior Member

    Re: landing gear

    Blocks of wood various thickness's.

  3. Tentman

    Tentman New Member

    Re: landing gear

    A milk crate full of assorted wood shims - never leave home without them.
  4. Rvinman

    Rvinman Junior Member

    Re: landing gear

    I do the curbside leg as you described first, then drop the streetside leg to the lowest hole and add blocks or shims as needed.

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