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Old 08-19-2017, 05:41 PM   #1
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Hi All,

I just purchased Andersen Leveling Blocks and a LevelMate Pro. It took about 15 minutes to install the LevelMate Pro after leveling my 213RBSL and and all i can say is WOW! The Andersen Blocks are awesome and with the LevelMate, I don't even have to get out of my truck to see how level the site it. Having both, I can see a much quicker set up time once I back into campsites in the future! Yee Hah!
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Old 08-19-2017, 05:55 PM   #2
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I really like my Levelmate Pro! I have a small single axle trailer and use the BAL leveler. It's nice to be able to track the leveling progress with Levelmate instead of having to get up off the ground and walk around and inside the trailer each time. (99% of the time I'm traveling solo, every gadget helps!)

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Old 08-19-2017, 11:47 PM   #3
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Yawstoppit!

Get outta my wallet!

(You 213ers are the worst)
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Yawstoppit!

Get outta my wallet!

(You 213ers are the worst)
I here ya! We love our add-ons and love to modify schtuff!

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Cool stuff, but as an old carpenter i'll never give up my two foot level. Nothing better than circling the camper 30+ times with a beer checking and rechecking every corner.
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Cool stuff, but as an old carpenter i'll never give up my two foot level. Nothing better than circling the camper 30+ times with a beer checking and rechecking every corner.
"a" beer? I think you're falling behind with necessary dehydration!

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I'm far more pathetic. I DO have a 2' level. And I DO look at it.

But I don't really know why since I have multiple times felt satisfied with less than level left\right situations.

Where I'm currently parked, for 3 weeks + now, I'm definitely tilted enough that the espresso grounds don't drain towards the sink drain properly. That visual clue is further verified by the bathroom door having a "natural swing" towards open.

But, everything works. The shower works. The toilet flushes. And the freezer is making ice. All marvels of luxury for camping.

Still yet, if I could look at a smartphone screen from the drivers seat and........... that's just cool!
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Cool stuff, but as an old carpenter i'll never give up my two foot level. Nothing better than circling the camper 30+ times with a beer checking and rechecking every corner.
I hear ya. But now instead of 30+ trips around the camper with "a" beer breaking a serious sweat....I can level that puppy out and proceed to crack a few open and sit in my chair and say "ahhhhh" without even thinking of sweating.

It's all good, we all have the way we like to do it and that's what makes it fun! Enjoy!
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Cool stuff, but as an old carpenter i'll never give up my two foot level. Nothing better than circling the camper 30+ times with a beer checking and rechecking every corner.
And a 4' and a 6'...

I saw the Levelmate at the RV show and was suitably impressed. It is on "The List".

I use a torpedo level on the counter for most of my leveling. My motor home does have auto level, but the software is too aggressive so I use the manual buttons. Fridge is the most sensitive to being out of level, IIRC is has to be under 2-3%, that is un-level enough to be very noticeable.

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