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Rv Levelers

Written by James Lyons
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Different types of RV levelers accomplish the same things. There are the standard levelers that look like wedges, made of pressure-injected plastic and structural foam to provide extra support. There are RV levelers that work like jacks and other ones that simply look like blocks. All serve the same purpose. You guessed it: keep the RV level.

For those people new to RVing, you will quickly learn that you should own electric camper jacks or some type of leveler. Power Jack manufactures electric Camper Jacks that can lift and hold up to two thousand pounds and provide their owners added support and stability, especially for those RVers camping out in places where the terrain is uneven. You should definitely place this item at the top of your RV shopping list.

Why Do We Need RV Levelers

Have you ever visited a house or rig that's on an incline or decline? Glasses and plates and utensils and condiments roll off the table, people slip and fall, and things tumble over. Please excuse the bad joke, but it is an uneven feeling being in a place like this. This is why your rig must be equipped with some sort of jack that can hold plenty of weight and remain steady for a long period of time.

Motorhomes come in different classes, Class A and Class C rigs. As you might have guessed (and if you don't already know), Class A rigs are the nicest of the bunch, the most expensive, the biggest, best-equipped, best designed, and most luxurious. Many are the size of buses; actually many were initially buses before they were converted to RV motorhomes.


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