Win four Utility Blocks ($350 value) in RV Geeks contest



At 5 p.m. PST, Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014, five lucky people will each win a set of four Utility Blocks, with a total retail value of nearly $350, from RV Geeks.

Here's what RV Geeks had to say about their video above:

Leveling an RV on a sloped campsite is pretty simple when you know the right steps to follow. Here's how we do it, plus we're giving away some great prizes in our latest RVgeeks Contest!

Even if you own a different type of RV, like a travel trailer or fifth wheel, some of the things we cover will apply to you, too. Plus, the prizes we'll be giving away are something that every RVer will want to win. So don’t tune out just because your RV doesn't have built-in jacks!

Your motorhome’s leveling system may be different than ours, but many of the concepts are pretty much the same. Even though we have a computerized system, we’ll be demonstrating how to level using the manual controls, just in case you don’t have an automatic mode.

On Sunday, 11/16,/2014, five lucky RVgeeks viewers will each win a set of four Utility Blocks! Enter the contest here:
http://thervgeeks.com/miscellaneous/motorhome-leveling-contest/

If you'd like your own set of our awesome jack pads, Utility Blocks are available on eBay, sold directly from the manufacturer:
http://bit.ly/utility-blocks-ebay

Find our excellent Camco Super Wheel Chocks on Amazon:
http://bit.ly/super-wheel-chock

The intro music is my own piano performance of Scott Joplin's Maple Leaf Rag from 1899.

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About the RV Geeks
We offer RV maintenance, repair & travel tips from “Do-It-Ourselves” full-time RVers. We’ve handled most of our own RV maintenance during more than a decade of exploring North America.

While we’re not RV technicians, we’re very mechanically inclined and have learned a lot about RV systems over the years. We handle most of our own minor service, repair and upgrade work on our 2005 43′ Newmar Mountain Aire diesel pusher. We also maintained our 2002 39′ Fleetwood Bounder Diesel during our first 2 years on the road.

We hope our experiences can help other RVers go DIY, saving time & money while experiencing the satisfaction of a job well done.

We don’t pretend to be experts on any particular RV topic, and mostly know about maintaining our own rig. But lots of things are the same on RVs in general, and diesel pushers in particular. Consult with a professional technician if you’re unsure about working on your RV.