Camco 44505 Leveling Blocks – 10 packFor those of us without self-leveling RV rigs, leveling blocks are our best friends. Leveling blocks do what they sound like they do – they will help level the RV on an uneven surface.
If your RV is unlevel from left to right, just build up a few of these interlocking leveling blocks into a small pyramid, and drive the low side of the camper atop it to level the camper side-to-side. Easy balancing this way!
We carry 20 leveling blocks in the front storage area of our travel trailer 30′ travel trailer. These leveling blocks come in handy, not only to help with leveling the camper from side to side, but they’re also helpful to put down for traction should your truck get stuck, say, in mud, maybe….We’ve even used a leveling block or two to level a campground picnic table.
These leveling blocks that we currently have come in sets of 4 or 10 and are self-contained in a little bag. And, yes, they actually do go right back in the bag for storage. My sage advice is to buy more than you think you might need as they’re inexpensive and indispensable when you need them.
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Curved Trailer Levelers
These are on my wishlist for the next camping season. Instead of building a little pyramid with the interlocking leveling blocks, you just slip one of these curved babies under the camper’s low side wheel and drive it up on the leveler until it’s level. This is, by far, the best way to level a camper, particularly if there’s another person to tell you when to stop. And, these are a super easy way to lift a camper if you have a flat!