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Old 01-04-2013, 05:33 AM   #1
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Level Up Question

As some of you know, we traded in for a new unit during the last rally. It has the level up system, and I have a question. One of the front legs is out at quite an angle - probably 10 degrees or so. Is that normal? A glance (it's cold out there) doesn't show any thing bent, loose, folded, spindled or mutilated.
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Old 01-04-2013, 06:35 AM   #2
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Both legs should be at the same angle, they are on an angle for a foot print to assist in no sway.
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Both legs should be at the same angle, they are on an angle for a foot print to assist in no sway.
Same on ours.
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Mine also on a angle. 3580RL Big Sky.

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Ours are both at an angle also.
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Where sitting on a sharp down slope and while one is extended a lot further than the other, they are both at an outward angle and that angle is the same for both of them.
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We have a 2013 3402RL. The right "foot" is at an angle also. Repair people have looked at it and say it's fine.
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Old 01-07-2013, 01:19 AM   #8
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Well, ours is sitting on our driveway, which is cement, but has a slope down toward the road, and the left leg (looking at the rig from the front) has a much greater angle than the right leg. Because the back in is so short (we live in a subdivision and the roads are narrow with ditches on both sides), I wonder if there was tension in the springs that caused the difference?
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