Getting away for a weekend with just your family and your RV is almost a guaranteed good time. There’s nothing like getting out of the city, enjoying nature and spending quality time with your friends and family. That’s what it’s all about! Getting rid of minor inconveniences while you’re out for the weekend leaves you with more time to enjoy the finer things in life. One of the most annoying inconveniences for me is having an RV that isn’t level. Have you ever gone on a cruise and noticed the boat rocking back and forth? To me, an RV that isn’t level is like that at all times. It’s disorienting and it makes walking around inside the cabin a task. Having a good set of levelers is an invaluable asset to me, I never leave home without them. Anyone who’s been RVing knows that the campgrounds you spend time at are not always 100% level. Even the slightest slope is noticeable and in my book, that’s no fun. Here are a few of the great leveling products we carry and can make your trip even better:
These interconnecting pieces are a great tool to use when you have multiple leveling points. You can use them under jackstands, stabilizer pads, dual wheel, single wheel and tandem axle RVs. They don’t take up a whole lot of room, so you can carry a bunch and use them as needed.
This handy product here is great for pulling your RV onto. It’s got 3 levels and has a 3500lb weight rating. I use this one when we’re parked on a major slope as it can raise your tires up to 3 7/8″ higher if needed. Quit using some old scrap pieces of wood as your leveler. Wood disintegrates and deteriorates after time and the last thing you need is your wood blocks buckling under pressure.
Stick-On Bubble Levelers
What’s the best way to test and see if your RV is level? By using a bubble leveler, of course! Stick one on the front and the side of your RV and it eliminates you having to run in and out of the trailer to gauge how level it is. Simple, effective and necessary.
Electronic RV Leveler
If you’re really serious about getting that RV level, the electronic level indicator is for you. It’ll even tell you which corners of your RV need to be raised! Talk about a time saver.
If you had to guess how much time you spent leveling your RV per trip, how much would you estimate? It’s my opinion that the sooner you’re done, the sooner I get to kick back and enjoy the outdoors and spend time with my camping partners. You probably feel the same way!
Take a look at all of our RV leveling products listed on our convenient online RV parts shop.