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Old 05-25-2018, 05:09 AM   #1
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Camco Levelers

Seem to be a bit smaller than the Andersen, but idea is the same.

Anyone try em? Priced a lot cheaper.

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Old 05-25-2018, 09:57 AM   #2
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Probably just as good! For the price, I would use them.
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Old 05-25-2018, 02:45 PM   #3
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I was considering the Andersen levellers until I read the reviews of them. It seems that unless they are on a dry solid surface, they have a tendency to "squirt" out from under the wheels as you roll up on them. One reviewer had so much trouble with them popping out that he said it took longer to get the levelling done than making several tries with 2x6's.


Another review showed two levellers that broke where the lightening holes go in.
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I was considering the Andersen levellers until I read the reviews of them. It seems that unless they are on a dry solid surface, they have a tendency to "squirt" out from under the wheels as you roll up on them. One reviewer had so much trouble with them popping out that he said it took longer to get the levelling done than making several tries with 2x6's.


Another review showed two levellers that broke where the lightening holes go in.
Iíve always used lynx leveler blocks, I have three 10 packs. Havenít had any customers return the Camco levelers.
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Old 05-25-2018, 03:20 PM   #5
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I used the Anderson levellers all of last year and not one issue. I'm well pleased with mine.......and the LevelMate Pro that tells me when I'm level!
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Old 05-25-2018, 03:31 PM   #6
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Love the Andersen levelers. My complaint is actually that the master level on the front is slow to react. I have actually gone over the leveler before the level can show it. They work awesome. The only issue I see with the camco being smaller is that it will take more force (possible wheel spin) and the level will not react as fast and may be easier to back over. Just speculation though.
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I was considering the Andersen levellers until I read the reviews of them. It seems that unless they are on a dry solid surface, they have a tendency to "squirt" out from under the wheels as you roll up on them. One reviewer had so much trouble with them popping out that he said it took longer to get the levelling done than making several tries with 2x6's.


Another review showed two levellers that broke where the lightening holes go in.


Three seasons using the Anderson levellers and never experienced any of these issues (making me suspicious of the reviewer's motives).
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Simple, Easy, and Cheap!!
Camco Tri Leveler
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Camco-RV-T...=0&adid=222222
Use this all the time!
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