I took a 2x6 and cut section. 30", 24", 18", and 12". Stacked and screwed them together. Now, I have a leveling ramp that gives me six inches of leveling in 1 1/2 lunch increments. If I need more than that, I find a new spot.
To the OP, the yellow "leggos" shown in your stall mat link are not Lynx Levelers, they're some other brand. Lynx are not solid, you can see right through them, ie, there more of a "honeycomb". I quit carrying the wood planks several years ago and got spoiled with the Lynx Levelers. Walmart had the best price at the time so I picked up 2 sets.
Our driveway is really sloped on the one side so we use boards but when camping we use some sort of Lynx Lego Blocks. One bag can usually go for $25 on up but my wife found a 2 bag looked like new set on ebay for $20 for both including shipping.
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For those of you who are using the lego style blocks to level side to side - what are you using to chock the wheels on the side being raised up with the blocks?
I use the Stop N' Chock (Link)
It sets right on the leveler block, is the same width as the block, and it really does a good job. Well worth the price in my opinion. My father's almsot swiped it a few weeks ago when he saw it for the first time!
Once level, I chock the other side, both sides of the tire, with standard chocks.
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