Help with leveling please

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  1. Goldenoldies

    Goldenoldies Funster

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    I have been through search thread and quite a few manual pages(may have misssed it). I am looking for info to level a tag axle. Have just read a review from Out and About and the say to be sure to carry some scaffold boards, surely this will have a big bearing on your loading.There must be a easier way?
     
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    old-mo Funster Extra Special Life Member

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    2 Fiammi ramps or similar and a couple of square feet by 2 - 3inch thick blocks.. :thumb: blocks...
     
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    I use ramps for the front wheels if needed. I also have a set of fiamma axle stands which i can use for steadying i have 2 inch wooded blocks for them to stand on to spread the load. I dont lift with the stands, just stops it rocking about. Not too much extra weight.
     
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    Forestboy Funster Life Member

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    Its not difficult I just carry 3 Fiamma yellow ramps covers all eventualities.
     
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    Mine is a Swift Tag and seems to always need the front lifting.

    Have a pair of Milenco Quattros and they do fine, often need to be right on the top though, so wouldn`t want anything smaller.

    Steve
     
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    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    turn round and raise the front wheels instead :RollEyes:
     
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    found these on the net but am sure there is someone in the uk doing a similar item
    just build up to the required height and drive on although you would probably need a couple of 12 packs.

    http://www.level-trek.com/product.php
     
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    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    maybe not the same make but available at most of the shows :thumb:
     
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