RV Leveling & Stabilizing : Tips & Tricks


The Great Outdoors Rv CO, Mait Parker provides step-by-step instruction on leveling and stabilizing your RV camper. Proper techniques include manual and automatic leveling stabilization and tips and tricks to staying safe.

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29 replies
  1. Louie Astorga
    Louie Astorga says:

    Your videos are a great help. Just want to make sure I get it. If you are using a 6 point auto leveling system does that mean you do not have to manually level your rig first? And, what brand of remote mic device to you use to record.

  2. Silas Longshot
    Silas Longshot says:

    What would be the issue with using 'real' jacks in place of the stabilizers? One can buy scissor jacks rated at 7500 pounds each in pairs for pretty reasonable money. ONE jack of this rating can lift my entire trailer which has a dry weight of 4500 pounds, so if the 4 factory jacks were replaced with these heavier units, seems one could jack up the entire trailer off the ground! Is this an actual risk to the trailer frame??

  3. Chilidog
    Chilidog says:

    Question for the super rvers out there. If you have a 6000 lb trailer why could you not install 2 10,000 lb stabilizers on each side of the trailer, one in front and one behind the wheels and use those to level the trailer rather than having to mess with ramps etc??? Seems like if you had a total of 4 stabilizers on the side you are levelling, that would be plenty strong enough. Would you have concerns with bending the frame or why does noone do this??

  4. DanteGTZ
    DanteGTZ says:

    Great video — especially the part where you showed the power stablizers being able to work with uneven/unlevel terrain. That was exactly what I was trying to figure out!

  5. Kyleen Drake
    Kyleen Drake says:

    What a pain in the ass! Why would you want the hassle? Oh my gawd. I've been looking into RVs. You've just convinced me that I am NEVER going to buy a hitch trailer. None of this looks even a little bit fun to me at all. You spent what? 20 min doing nothing but leveling? Fudge that! I can cook a hell of a good meal in 20 min, eat it, do the dishes and be on my laptop in my PJs by the time you're done with all that garbage. lol

  6. Larry Slemp
    Larry Slemp says:

    I agree, this is a very helpful tutorial video, however, I think that to have done the 'leveling' and 'stabilizing' in the 'rough', in ground conditions similar to a campground would have been even better!!

  7. Mark B
    Mark B says:

    I don't know nothing, but for the 5th wheel, wouldn't you level first THEN put the slides out, then re-level? Not sure but putting slides out before initial leveling might void warranty and possibly damage?


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