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T_Stark

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Hello,

I value a quick set up and am interested to know if anyone else is tired of stacking rocks to have a level sleeping surface. I'm considering building a mechanical system to auto level my roof top tent at the push of a button.
I'm curious to know what everyone's solution is for sleeping flat. Does anyone have anything fancier than leveling blocks? I am out in the weeds with this idea? Thoughts and feedback appreciated, thank you!
 
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Longshot270

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My dad carries a set of boards to put under the tires. I took it one step further and drilled dimples in the bottom and put small bolts in the top so my set would stack and lock similar to legos.
My preferred option now is cheap galvanized stacking stabilizer jack stands. The set supports up to 6000 pounds so more than enough to finish leveling a vehicle that’s reasonably level to start with. Depending on the height and expected terrain, I’d put some boards under them.
 
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MOAK

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As long as my head is higher than my feet I’m good. Sleeping with my head lower than my feet gives me weird dreams. Ive seen guys actually beak out a bubble level and spend a great deal of time getting perfectly level. I can’t be bothered. If it were important to me, I’d figure out how to use a pair of air bag suspension helpers mounted on the axles and a way to easily inflate one or the other to set up, then easily deflate when breaking camp. Something like this. E1EF4B37-8E09-49A8-B847-5E8D2E5593B3.png