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    Leg under bed

    What are you guys using to level the leg under the bed when you set up on uneven ground?

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    Re: Leg under bed

    Just a few short pieces of 1 x 4. The leg is adjustable up and down as well if needed. Don't overthink it.
    Randy
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    Re: Leg under bed

    I have several small pieces of 1/2 plywood and t x 4's that I can stack up in addition to the bed extendable legs. Makes up for a few other things also. We have our head end or the home bed raised several inches because of gurd and that works fine for us.

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    Re: Leg under bed

    We use a couple of plastic leveling pads under the wheels. There's more than enough to use under the leg if needed. They are light & do not soak up water. Have seldom had to use them since the leg on the Aspen is adjustable.
    Greg
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    Re: Leg under bed

    The camper I have has adjustable legs also, but they are a certain length when folded. Sometimes they are to long, and won't swing down into place. I use a simple 1 ton scissors screw jack. It's small, light weight, and will do the job for me. Heck it might even be used to get my bike back up if I should drop it.

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