- Seth wales
- T6 Beach 102
What’s the best levelling ramps/chocks
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I pulled the cover off the space next to the underseat drawer and put them in there. Easy to get to etc...Don’t go to big.
I find the Cali only needs slight adjustment and usually on a campsite.
If the ramps aren’t to big, they store with the folding chairs out of the way, when not in use.
You are unlikely to be on the ramp for long enough to do damage. If central, the overhang on each side for 235 is less than 2cm.Do you have to have a particular width of ramp to suit your tyres? I remember reading something about this but cant find it.
EDIT: Have been using these from FIAMMA and have worked well with my old 215 tyres but the new 235 tyres overlap the edges and I worry a little about tyre damage.
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Can also recommend these due to steps that help settle vehicle particularly if DSG equipped and give an indication of where you are on ramp, reducing risk of going off the top step ( never done it but told very difficult to extract the ramp when it is wedged into the wheel arch and usually involves jacking/wheel off and damage to the arch liner)We have these. Never needed any bigger and stores nicely.
Thule 307617 Caravan Ramps Motorhome Level Wheel, Black, Set of 2 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00FWL4O9A/?tag=eliteelect-21
I also use a spirit level.I have only need to use ramps once in 1.5 years.
I look for any gradient on the pitch and park so that our heads are always on the higher ground....we sleep upstairs.
But if it is very windy then we park so that the rear of the cali is on the higher ground.
Only used the ramps when the slope was extreme!
I have seem folk get too technical with it. Even use spirit levels to adjust front to rear and right to left.
This is just too much effort!