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Leveling Question Jane 8-19-07  
I have a 92 Bounder. In my driveway, if I raise the back jacks as far as they go, it is still not high enough. I thought about putting some blocks on the ground for the jacks to sit on but when the jacks come down they are just barely off the ground so how would I put blocks under; or is there a totally better way to do this?

Thanks.
Re: Leveling Question RICK HUMPHREY 10-31-07  
Your correct on your thinking but raise the jacks all the way then place approprate number blocks under jacks and then level
Re: Leveling Question Carol 1-24-08  
Hi Jane, Ditto on the previous response -- just keep in mind jacks are not meant to support the wieght of the MH, but act as stablizers. I would also put blocks under the wheels if they come off the ground when you get it level.
Re: Leveling Question jonny 8-2-11  
Having trouble with the back jacks. The front ones will go down, but the back jacks dont do anything. i have a 1996 newmar kountry aire.there is no noise or any movement when i push the button. I bought it this way.. and it didnt come with a manual...please help!
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