Leveling on Soft Surfaces and How To Prevent Sliding
When you're out on the road, you can't expect to be parked on hard surfaces all of the time.
While being on a hard surface such as asphalt or concrete does help prevent any sinking or sliding while leveling, there are a few simple tips to remember when leveling on softer surfaces such as gravel, sand, or soft grass.
Each set of two-pack levelers now comes with two custom rubber grip mats to prevent sliding.
Simply put the mat down where you want it, put the leveler on top, and drive on the leveler to the desired height and then chock it in place
Lifetime Warranty Information
Like all of our products, our camper levelers are covered by a lifetime warranty. Contact us with your Order ID and we'll get you a refund or replacement.
Beech Lane's Camper Levelers make leveling your rig a breeze and are guaranteed to last.
Ultra-strong leveler is built with the highest quality polymer construction that can hold up to 35,000lb, will not break, and is guaranteed to last a lifetime
Two levelers can be used for dual axle trailers, but up to 4" may need to be cut off the end of one leveler depending on how much space is between the tires
The two-pack levelers now include two custom rubber grip mats to prevent sliding
Comes with the Beech Lane lifetime warranty
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Cutting Your Levelers
For dual axle trailers one leveler may need to be cut to length to fit, up to 4" can be cut off the leveler with no adverse effects. The amount of space needed between tires to fit without cutting depends on tire size. Typically it is about 2.5" to 3" of space, but this varies with tire size. A miter saw is recommend for cutting as it will ensure a clean, straight cut. However, a hand saw can work as well and it is recommended to clamp the leveler before cutting to help ensure a safe and clean cut.