out side levels on tt

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tapentexture

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I was wondering how do you find where to put these when the trailer is not level? Or do I need to figure out perfect level then put them on? And how do I do that?
 
I would use a bubble level placed on or in the refrigerator to check for level, get it right, then put the external level indicators on the trailer, since it's the most critical item to be leveled.
 
Larry N. said:
I would use a bubble level placed on or in the refrigerator to check for level, get it right, then put the external level indicators on the trailer, since it's the most critical item to be leveled.

The bubble level should be placed on the bottom of the freezer rather than in the refrigerator when leveling the RV. The shelves in the refrigerator compartment often are not level with the rest of the RV.

R
 
You need to get the RV level first, then apply the external level device such that the bubble or indicator is showing level. Use a carpenters surface level (spirit level) to make the initial determination of level. The refrigerator is the best place to measure levelness, but an adjacent countertop or floor is "close enough" for practical purposes.
 
I've always used the stove top for leveling. The fridge is not that picky but it is sure a pita to have your eggs always rolling to a side in the pan. Just my opinion.
 
Gary RV Roamer said:
Now that's a very practical answer!

Thanks Gary,
Just sayin'.. While I'm new again to the RV world, this ain't my first rodeo. I remember back to my first TT and when the levels said it was level the eggs would always ride to the front of the pan while frying. I quit using the side and front levels and went with the bubble on the stove. It sure helped when frying multiple eggs in the same pan. :)
 
My criteria - if I don't roll out of bed, we're level.
 
DrivePirates said:
I've always used the stove top for leveling. The fridge is not that picky but it is sure a pita to have your eggs always rolling to a side in the pan. Just my opinion.

Scramble 'em :)
 
DrivePirates said:
The fridge is not that picky but it is sure a pita to have your eggs always rolling to a side in the pan.

I;m not a real cook, but aren't those eggs supposed to be cracked and opened when they go into the pan to be cooked? :)
 
BruceinFL said:
I;m not a real cook, but aren't those eggs supposed to be cracked and opened when they go into the pan to be cooked? :)

That would explain a lot.
 
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