Thule Levellers

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  1. themogs

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    :cry:My Thule levellers have split & cracked badly, so much so that methinks they're beyond saving:groan: They were bought in a rush 3 yrs ago
    Got to lash out and get a new (or secondhand) set of levellers; but what to buy ??
    Another set from Thule; not after the last set:swear2:
    Fiamma..or
    Millenco quads or triples??:reel:

    Any thoughts welcomed
     
  2. Bartyfixedit

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    Millenco Quattro for us. Had em a few years and good as new.
     
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    Milenco, Viv.
     
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    When I started about a year ago I got given a set of Fiammas. They are OK but if I was buying now I would buy the Millenco Quattros. Seem more stable and higher.
     
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    I just dig a hole under one wheel to level it off:)
     
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    Quattros. But do you have the excess payload and massive storage space required? How high do you normally have to raise the van to get level?



    BTW You'd be a thule to buy the same again:imoutahere:
     
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  8. TheBig1

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    without doubt, the milenco quatros are the best provided you have room to store them whilst travelling
     
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  9. cruiser

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    a hole is cheaper. and you don't have to carry it about.
     
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    No, but you do the shovel;)
     
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    I've got the quatro, and mine as well as others have the front broken where perhaps one had overstepped the mark lol
     
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    Ive got the quattros and yes they are big but carry them in my PVC and just take them out when I arrive.
     
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    Try these - specially designed for the welsh.........


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  14. ludo

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    No you don't!!

    I use a SPOON
     
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    Jamwitt Funster Life Member

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    Hi viv i put your wallet under one wheel should high enough for any situation if to high just take a couple of hundred out :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    Thanks for that Mark !! I WISH.:LOL::LOL:
     
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    Thanks to everyone for their advices:clap2::clap2:
    Now do I buy triples or quattros ??:groan:
     
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    Bigger is always better - apart from the bloody welsh........
     
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    Personally I'd say Quattros, if you've got room. I also take 1 yellow large Fiamma for the third wheel just to make sure I can get level ( bit anal I know !! )
     
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    Oh Heck!!!

    My Thules haven't been Christened yet, (other religions are available:devil::mask:)

    Lets hope that you got a Friday afternoon pair (or more to the point), let's hope I didn't.
     
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