Leveling

Discussion in 'General RVing' started by bcn1098, Dec 31, 2002.

  1. bcn1098

    bcn1098 New Member

    Ok what is the right way. Have a class A, DP should the front levelers come down first or the back. I know the back tires should be touching for braking purposes but what about the front tires. Also what is the best way to stop some of the rocking when setting up and finally should a coach need re-leveling after a certain amount of time after setup?

    Thanks Bill
     
  2. lookn-ahead

    lookn-ahead New Member

    Leveling

    We too have a DP. The HWH system in the coach requires two jacks to go down at the same time. Ithink it is supposed to stop twisting of the frame. Start with the lowest side or end. 99% of the time (with us anyway) this will be the front of the coach when the airbags deflate for setup. I then work the other sides/end to steady the coach. I have a round centering level that tells me when we are right. Anything within half a bubble is acceptable in our case.
    For my sleeping comfort, I HAVE to have the head of the bed higher than the foot if only a small amount. ;)
     
  3. bcn1098

    bcn1098 New Member

    Leveling

    Thanks

    Will try your proceedure.
     

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