The Easi Level Leveller and Chock by On The Road RV is here to keep things in your van or RV on the level. Raise your hand if you love it when a door swings into your face, a shower drain blocks, or a walk in the park feels like a hike in the dark after a terrible night’s sleep? Yeah. Didn’t think so.
Chances are, if you’ve experienced either of those scenarios off the grid, your caravan or on-the-road abode needs levelling with an Easi Level Leveller and Chock by On The Road RV. With flexible use across both single or double axle caravans and RVs, this leveller is a lover of all loads. Starting at a modest but helpful half-an-inch of height, the Easi Level can elevate up to four inches (that's 1.3 cm to 10 cm to you millennials).
For RVs, caravans and trailers, the On The Road RV Easi Level Leveller and Chock takes off-road respite to new heights.
Applicable to either single or double axle caravans
Levels between ½ inch and 4 inches (1.3 cm and 10 cm)
Works under tires up to 32 inches in diameter
Comes with a chock
40L x 14W x 16D cm
In Use Dimensions:
43L x 15W x 13H cm
40L x 14W x 16D cm
Weight Rating?1 answer
How much weight are these rated for?
Dee - Gold Coast Mc, QLD (5 months ago)
These dont come with a weight rating, just a tyre diameter recommendation which usually limits the size of vehicles these work with aswell eg. if you have a super heavy vehicle or trailer, you'll have larger tyres. The only issue people seem to run in with these is trying to use them on quite soft ground, which obviously effects the weight distribution and creates stress points. If you have the right sized tyres, and are using them on normal or firmer ground, you should be ok.
Lauren - Snowys(5 months ago)
Easy levellers 1 answer
Q1How many in a kit ? I have tandem axle van. I have a set but only lasted two lifts before breaking one. Q2 Have they been improved as they look a little different ?
Terry - Bunbury, WA(1 year ago)
The kit comes as pictured, a single leveler set to suit one wheel. It may be possible you have the Jumbo version, which looks a little different? The Jumbo is designed for tandem axels, so that sounds like it may be the one you already have. As far as I'm aware the design hasnt been changed, and they're the same ones we've always had. Hope that helps!