LynxLevelers Leveling Blocks

LynxLevelers and Wheel Stop/Chock (sold separately) lined up to level my camper in Colorado

I’ve written before about How to Level your trailer camper. For those of us who don’t have a leveling system, you level side to side by raising the tires. You do this by putting something under the tires.

Pretty exciting! It’s my first giveaway… read to the bottom for a chance to win!


The options here range from lumber to blocks designed specifically for leveling to DIY solutions with things like horse mats cut into pieces. My preference is to use plastic blocks made for leveling- specifically LynxLevelers from TriLynx.

I like the plastic leveling blocks because they’re lighter weight, more tidy, and more compact than using lumber. Yes, more tidy: the LynxLevelers are smooth and don’t hold onto dirt and mud like wood does. Pick them up, clap them together, and they’re clean enough of government work.

The weight is important as all RVers should be mindful. With fulltiming, we run maxed out and I strive to keep our load to a minimum.

I specifically like TriLynx brand blocks over the competition because I feel like they’re better made. Long before this site and blog, we bought a total of 3 sets. We have close to 1,000 nights and the blocks have been used almost every one of them (either as levelers or a variety of other uses). They’ve held up well. They show a few war wounds due to stupidity on my part, but over all- they’re mostly intact. Plus, TriLynx just came out with a 10 year warranty good on all LynxLevelers!

Other LynxLeveler Uses

As I mentioned above, I not only use the LynxLevelers for leveling my camper, I also use them for a variety of other things.

Commonly, I’ll use them under the rear stabilizers to shorten the distance the scissor jacks have to extend; this results in a more stable experience inside.

My LynxLevelers and caps (sold separately) under my scissor jacks

I use them under my awning support poles to protect my patio mat and/or keep them from sinking into the ground.

LynxLevelers under my awning support poles

I’ve even made art where with my sewer with make shift sewer supports out of pieces of vinyl gutters.

Here I used all of my TriLynx blocks + products to level out my sewer from an uphill slope

They are often used under my Torklift Glowsteps stairs when I need some extra lift.

Raising Glowstep stairs with LynxLevelers

I’ve even used them under the corner of our folding table to get it leveled.

Now, the fun stuff- a giveaway!

What will you use your leveling blocks for? Want to win a set? TriLynx has offered me two sets of LynxLevelers for 2 winners to each get a set. Enter below. Giveaway is open to residents of the USA, 18+. Ends on July 3rd at 12PM EST.

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  1. I’ll gift these to my Hubby for a ;il vacation present and we’ll use em at the beach to level the camper !

  2. Would use with the scissor jacks because I dont know how many times I have used blocks of wood under them


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