hardrock Posted November 4, 2016 Share Posted November 4, 2016 I want to determine if my Ollie and TOW vehicle are level. I have determined that the bubble level is OK for quick setup, but not terribly accurate. I have played with it by loosening one screw on the bubble level and tightening another. I then compare this with my 8' carpenters level I have placed just inside the Ollie cabin door stretched across the floor. I then adjust the bubble to the carpenters level. What I am trying to do is determine if my Ollie and my TOW are level when hooked together. Question - if I am trying to determine the levelness of my Ollie when hooked to my truck, where would I measure the height from the ground to the point on the Oliver in the front and in the back? My perception may be off, but when I park on a level driveway, put a level on the inside of the trailer and it shows level, It appears to be lower in the front of the trailer than in the rear. I have placed a 2x4 x 10' long on the ground and the 8' level shows the ground is level after trying it in several places. I did check the 2x4 and it is plumb and true. My Oliver is a 2015 Elite and the tow is a Tundra. This may be TMI but a level and accurate carpenters level inside should equal the same height on the front and rear of the Oliver ! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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