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  1. robnchris

    robnchris Funster

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    Anyone know the correct way to level a 6 wheel alko chassis.
    Ours is an autotrail Arapaho and were advised not to level from the rear wheels using the front only.
     
  2. phil1946

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    Wedge type levelers work to raise the front but, unless you can find a way to raise both rear wheels on the same side by the same amount, only transfer the load and compress the raised suspension - not practical at all.

    I went to the expense of fitting electric legs supplied by Towtal that have worked perfectly for many years and I am ALWAYS level. (Can also change a wheel without jacking, avoid tyre flat spots due to long term parking AND it is difficult to steal a motorhome when the drive wheels are off the ground!).

    I understand that they now recommend an hydraulic system that does the same job.

    While talking about AlKo suspension I remind all users that these axles require greasing with the weight off the wheels. easily done on mine by using the legs.:BigGrin:
     
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