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Old 08-02-2012, 01:40 AM   #1
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I was researching levelers for my Coach House and came across this info for a diy project. http://www.rv-boondocking-the-good-life ... locks.html

Looks like it's fairly easy to make and should last a lifetime.
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That looks like a great idea.
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There was a discussion on these someplace else, but I can't remember where it was. IIRC, the net conclusion was that they worked quite well as blocks, but were very heavy even when compared to wood, which itself is pretty heavy. We like to be able to get to 4-5" on two wheels, so it takes a bunch of blocks (we carry 20 legos). I think it would be in the 20-30#+ range from what the discussion said. With the limited load capacity of most B's, that could become an issue. We used tractor/trailer solid rubber mud flaps to cut down for rear flaps on the Roadtrek, and were amazed how heavy they were, and they were only 1/4" thick.
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