Outfit: Home-Car Eureka 43 Location: Emmen The Netherlands Joined: 14/5/2014
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I'm wondering what is the best place to put the a bubble level on a caravan.
I though to put it on the floor but it seems different places on the floor give different readings.
on the draw bar near the jockey wheel there seems to be a little patch painted in the shape of a bubble level:
Is this the best place to put it, tbh I never thought to ask the person I bought it from.
I do plan to buy a new bubble level as that one the lines have rubbed off.
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Outfit: Sunncamp Breton 500 Plus (its a tent) Location: North Hampshire Joined: 23/8/2009
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When I had a small caravan I used to put a spirit level on top of the fridge just inside the door because I was always told if the fridge wasn't level it wouldn't work. By doing that the rest of the caravan always seemed level.
Another place could be the cooker as you want water in pans to be level, or, as mentioned, the sink.
It is the inside of the caravan that needs to be level so that is the best place to put the spirit level in my opinion.
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Our van came with one fitted to the centre of the front winnow sill. You can see it through the front window as you adjust the jockey wheel. I've never check it's accuracy but when I levelled the van using this the water goes straight down the plug hole so can"t be far off.