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Sep 7, 2020
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Hi all, has anyone tried one of these inclinometers?
A but gadgety I know but I thought it may save having to dig the level out and find somewhere flat to put it - that you can see from the driver's seat!
I appreciate some of you don't bother - I just thought something like this might make life easier!
Happy Christmas by the way!
 

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Funnily enough I have just bought one of these, very basic but probably near enough for starters.
cCheap off ebay! They were always fitted in Mitsubishi Shoguns.
 

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Sep 7, 2020
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Will it be sensitive enough for the degree of leveling a Moho owner wants?
That's what I'm wondering, I found one for Ā£6 & thought I'd risk it but out of stock šŸ™„
These are more like Ā£50 so more of a gamble!

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Getting there!
Will it be sensitive enough for the degree of leveling a Moho owner wants?
That's what I'm wondering, I found one for Ā£6 & thought I'd risk it but out of stock šŸ™„
These are more like Ā£50 so more of a gamble
Funnily enough I have just bought one of these, very basic but probably near enough for starters.
cCheap off ebay! They were always fitted in Mitsubishi Shoguns.
Have you tried it yet?
 

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Hi all, has anyone tried one of these inclinometers?
A but gadgety I know but I thought it may save having to dig the level out and find somewhere flat to put it - that you can see from the driver's seat!
I appreciate some of you don't bother - I just thought something like this might make life easier!
Happy Christmas by the way!
I have one of those. As suggested, the step changes is not good enough for levelling. The one Gerry77 has would probably do the job as it is analog.
 
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TheLifeofBrian
Sep 7, 2020
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I phone has a level indicator
Yes we tried that but don't have a flat surface to put it on that I can see from the driver's seat
G&T is an excellent leveller.
I have tried lying a can of Stella on the table to see if it rolls off but I nearly drove off the ramps last time trying to catch it šŸ˜
 
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I have one of those. As suggested, the step changes is not good enough for levelling. The one Gerry77 has would probably do the job as it is analog.
Thanks - that is exactly what I was trying to find out (y)
I think I'll save the money and get one like Gerry77

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Aug 19, 2013
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Thanks - that is exactly what I was trying to find out (y)
I think I'll save the money and get one like Gerry77
Yes, these straightforward questions can often attract meandering replies. My contribution to this is that we have previously used a half -full square-sided water drinks bottle laid on its side, you can more easily spot the incline one way, then turn it 90 degrees for the other. You could even draw a mid line down the side. But normally we don't bother. Near enough is good enough, get the kettle on is more important!
 
Jun 16, 2014
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I use the Truma app on my phone. Admittedly you have to get up to place on a flat surface but it does the job for nowt.
There,, I'm nearly a Yorkshireman. :Grin: :Grin: :eek:
 
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If you were going to do some serious off roading with a danger of tipping over then maybe a worth while investment.
As Stealaway says near enough is good enough with one of those cheap bubble levels.

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Riverbankannie

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We use the sliding door, if itā€™s too heavy to move either way we have to adjust, if it moves a little or stays where is is (a bonus) we are fine.
 
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I just press a button and wait 30 seconds. :Grin:

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Oct 8, 2014
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We put a marble on the work-surface, and see which way and how fast it rolls. From experience. I can judge whether it's level enough , or if I need the ramps.
 

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