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Re: [RC] Leveling a Horse Trailer - Karen Sullivan

What comes to mind first of all is to unpin from the truck ball and use the foot to raise or lower......
 
but what I have found to be exceedingly useful for lots of things are a stack of 10 RV levelers.  These are square
(maybe foot by a foot, and inch and half thick) plastic blocks (come in case of 10 for about $45), can be stacked in
any combination, and you just drive wheels up on them.  i also use them to change flat tires.  For flats....they are even more useful than a jiffy jack, since you can control how high they are.....
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Sent: Monday, April 26, 2004 7:36 AM
Subject: [RC] Leveling a Horse Trailer

I sleep in my gooseneck, very comfy, except frequently the gooseneck is slightly unlevel and I spend the night trying to stay on my mattress.
 
Is there anyway to level a gooseneck the way people level a camper?

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[RC] Leveling a Horse Trailer, Dyane Smith