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RE: Leveling Issues

I am curious as to why your measuring and leveling the camper? You measure the tv for the wdh? After its hooked up you see if its level? Thats one. Two is are the tires all the same and inflated to the same psi? I wouldn't worry about an inch, especially since, it could be anything. But is just probably the small slope of the driveway as stated. In the Manuel for the WDH it says you must have the TT level to get the correct hitch hight! Thanks for the reply.
Webber229 05/11/22 03:09am Travel Trailers
RE: Leveling Issues

Thanks for all of the ideas! I defiantly feel a lot better now except for the bumper thing, I'm not sure how it happened. there is no signs for contact on the bumper from anything I guess it was just welded like that.
Webber229 05/09/22 10:04am Travel Trailers
RE: Leveling Issues

Thanks for the input, all of my tanks are empty as well and yeah it could be a loading issue, I didn’t think about that. And yes the concrete was flat but maybe it wasn’t perfectly level. Either way I think I should be getting the same measurements on all 4 corners of the frame if it was perfectly level. Also I got under my TT and didn’t notice any visible cracks in any welds and all of my leaf springs and suspension as a whole looks good as well. I will take a more detailed look at it again this evening!
Webber229 05/09/22 06:47am Travel Trailers
Leveling Issues

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Webber229 05/09/22 04:28am Forum Posting Help and Support
Leveling Issues

During the process of setting up my TT for my WD hitch, while leveling front to back, I noticed that the passengers side of my TT un-coupled was 24 1/2" on the front pass corner from the frame to the ground and 23 1/2" on the rear pass corner from the frame to the ground. My drivers side however for a perfect 24" across the TT from the frame to the ground. The ground that I was doing this on was level (concrete driveway). My TT is brand new and I have yet to taken it on a trip. I also noticed that my rear bumper which is the 4x4" tube bumper is bent, higher on the drivers side, lower on passenger. I guess the point of me posting since I'm new to the camper world is are all of these things normal for a new TT? I understand that these things are built on a assembly line so their not going to be perfect but I'm just curious. I have a 2022 Jayco WhiteHawk 27RK. Thanks.
Webber229 05/09/22 04:28am Travel Trailers
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