This is kind of tire related... the site that I am in is mostly level but with with the passenger side jacks extended to level it side to side the passenger side wheels are off the ground by about 2 to 2 1/2 inches. My question is should I be putting something under the tires so they are not just hanging or will they be ok like that. We are here for two weeks and I donít want to do anything to mess up the axle or suspension.
I still use boards to back up on even with the auto level system.
I no longer worry about getting it perfect but I do take the few minutes
to get my side to side close to level with boards before extending the auto level. I find the system to work much faster and much more accurate if I start fairly close to level. I feel its also less stress on frame and suspension.
I will not allow ours to be lifted off the ground for any lengthy time. I'm sure others do differently.
2019 Montana HC 310RE
2010 Wildcat 29RLBS
2014 Ford F-350 Lariat 6.7
We have been full-timing for more than 9 years and our first Montana with levelers was a 2012. We have had tires on one side off the ground for longer than a month MANY times and have had no problems. If I wanted to manhandle boards I would have kept the 2008 Montana we had.