- Jul 13, 2016
will 12"tires fit? might be the pups xmas gift...
xxxapache said:I set up alone and have no trouble with the Andersons I put the leveling blocks under the tires and pull forward until the 4" level on the front of the trailer shows level. Then, I get out and put the chocks under the level block ends. The whole process takes less than 2 minutes.....Doesn't really matter. My trailer is 6k+ pounds and tandem axles which rules out the BAL.
Is Fluid Film a dry type lubricant?D-mac said:Try spraying some FLUID FILM on the screw and pivot area of the BAL-LEVELER. No more rust or seizing up dries clear and prevents rust and corrosion. Can be bought at most auto stores.
f5moab said:Is Fluid Film a dry type lubricant?
It's also not a load bearing grease.D-mac said:No it is a liquid penetrant that soaks into the metal sealing it from rust and dirt and acts as lubricant. It will dry clear and continue to lubricate the area that is sprayed. I use it on my 2 axle boat trailer, hauling trailer, spare tire underneath hanger, anything that is subject to weather and rust. I have been amazed at well it protects, lubricates and lasts. The only draw back that I know of is paint will not adhere where it is used.
I've used both as well and disagree. And this is where the thread usually falls apart, LOLmschepac said: