LEVELING CLASS B

Discussion in 'Class B Motorhomes' started by SEWRIGHT, Nov 1, 2005.

  1. SEWRIGHT

    SEWRIGHT New Member

    Does the class B require to be leveled? Fridge did not work and light was out - moved a few feet and light started blinking again and fridge started working ???
    Any help would be greatly appreciated SEWRIGHT
     
  2. hertig

    hertig Senior Member

    LEVELING CLASS B

    Even if it was not required for the fridge, I would consider levelling it just for the comfort of the users... Probably those plastic stacking blocks would be the most practical for a class B (fairly small and light).
     
  3. turnipbwc

    turnipbwc New Member

    LEVELING CLASS B

    I try to get my class B as level as I can when I park. I have two levels on the inside, one the front and one on the side. If I need more I carry wooden blocks that have an angle cut to pull up on to. I have several blocks from one inch up to four inchs. Works for me.
    turnip42 (Ray)
     
  4. bluesman

    bluesman New Member

  5. s.harrington

    s.harrington Senior Member

    LEVELING CLASS B

    You should always level your rig if you are using your fridge. You don't have to spend $$$$ on leveling jacks to do it. Some cheap hand crank ones should do the trick. Just make sure of there load capacity.
     
  6. classbpaul

    classbpaul New Member

    RE: LEVELING CLASS B

    Superlevellers is not what I thought it would be.
    I wish some Class B brand/s would offer Class A jacks. If it gets windy during a thunderstorm at night, the rocking could ruin a good night's rest. Think about it, a truck camper has jacks, just like a Class A has; to level and reduce wind effect.
    Why not offer at least 2 in the rear to reduce the effects of wind.
     

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