Just returned from a group trip where my popup ended up perched on asphalt uphill from several tents. The site was not level, with around 20 degree of slope front to back (tongue jack fully retracted, rear stabs extended on Lynx blocks) and with a lesser angle side-to-side. To level and chock I applied my BAL leveler on the low wheel, and rubber chocks on the other and cranked the BAL about 2/3 of the way up the screw. I've been in this configuration before, but one of our tenting companions asked if the leveler screw was intended to take that much bending stress. On level ground its mostly compression load, but in this configuration the nut and screw where pushed against the BAL frame and obviously under some torque. I ended up saving my neighbors some worry by piling firewood downhill of the BAL behind the wheel. But it left me with a question... Does anyone know what, if anything, BAL considers the max front-to-back angle? The leveler itself has no manual, and the instruction sticker mentions no limits. For some site slopes I wonder if a set of Lynx blocks to level and matching chocks is a better choice?