Tri-Lynx 00015 Lynx Levelers – 10 Pack

January 5, 2020 - Comment
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Lynx Recreational Vehicle Leveling Kit. Modular designed levelers not only configure to fit any leveling function, but they also withstand tremendous weight. To use: simply set them into a pyramid shape to the desired height that the RV needs to be raised and drive onto the stack. The levelers can also be used as a support base for other stabilizing equipment. Use under single and dual wheels, under tandem axles and under jacks. 8-1/2 inch x 8-1/2 inch with 1-1/2 inch thickness to give 1 inch lift. The 10 pack comes in an easy to store nylon bag and weighs less than ten pounds.

Product Features

  • Lynx Recreational Vehicle Leveling Kit, 10/Pack
  • Modular designed levelers not only configure to fit any leveling function, but they also withstand tremendous weight
  • To use: simply set them into a pyramid shape to the desired height that the RV needs to be raised and drive onto the stack
  • The levelers can also be used as a support base for other stabilizing equipment

Comments

Anonymous says:

Work great. Buy 2 packs to level out your RV These work great and are lighter than hauling around wood to level you out. We bought one pack of 10 and realize now we need another. 10 sounds like alot but not really when you’re stacking them to create a level area. I suggest buying 2.

Anonymous says:

Frightening I have a Lance 1010 Truck Camper, weighs about 4000 pounds fully loaded and a 1 ton dually. I have used these to drive up on and they worked fine for the front end. Tried to use them on the asphalt under the camper jacks and just about wet my pants. As I raised the camper onto its jacks the weight caused the middle circles on the Lynx to cave in. All I could see was the camper slowly lowering itself to the ground through the middle of the Lynx. I would not recommend these to anyone using…

Anonymous says:

Huge Camper… No Issues. I’ve been nervous with what I’ve read about these breaking with the smallest camper. For reference we have a 2017 Jayco Eagle HT 314BHDS (see photo). It’s 8200 pounds unloaded & is 38′ 10′. It’s a HUGE camper! We use these to set up in our yard for some extra support under our jacks & we use them every time at the campground which as been twice now. Once was level and the second time was downhill and the backside needed like 6 stacked up under the jacks so we could lower the jacks only halfway…

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