bought new to us motorhome

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  1. sillybug

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    we bought a twin axel motorhome and was wondering about levelling ramps on the rear can you get double ones or is there another way to level it ?
     
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    please somebody must have some idea
     
  3. Stealaway

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    I've had a set of ramps for 2 year now and I have used them once. I really should stop carrying them about with me.
    A two week stay on the IOM, parked on the sea front where the gutter was very low.
    We always find a level(ish) place to park.

    I have never seen twin wheel ramps, they would be huge and a pig to store in the MH
     
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    I have seen people use just one ramp under one wheel, your other option is hydraulic jacks.

    Martin
     
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    Park so the front wheels are the ones that need the ramps :)
     
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    you beet me to it :crying:
     
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    Just seems like a lot of hassle to use them so avoid parking anywhere that slopes. We carry a set around in our van and they're lovely and clean, I even bought a lovely bag to keep them in too. Not sure I'll ever use them.
     
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    I just KNOW they will cause arguments between me and Steve ( like putting up awnings) so we are NOT getting any. Ever!
     
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    Wouldn't be without ours, not worried about getting the fridge level but helps prevent my acid reflux through the night o_O
     
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    This is one way of doing it but seems a lot of pratting about just to get level - https://youtu.be/JR8UxYmiFFg


    Another method is to use two normal levelling ramps one behind the other.


    Personally; unless the wine in the glass is at a tilt of more than 45 degrees then we don't bother levelling.
     
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    Living in Norfolk, visiting CL's etc, our ramps are practically wore out, wouldn't be without ours.
     
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    Don't own a tag but have rented one. We just put ramps under which ever wheel seemed to need it. Leaving a wheel hanging should not harm it.
     
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    I had twin rear wheels on the RV I have just parted with and always carried four Yellow Fiamma levelling blocks. Did the job fine. :xThumb:
     
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