Lock 'n' Level Twin Axle image 1 Lock 'n' Level Twin Axle image 2 Lock 'n' Level Twin Axle image 3 Lock 'n' Level Twin Axle image 4 Lock 'n' Level Twin Axle image 5 Lock 'n' Level Twin Axle image 6 Lock 'n' Level Twin Axle image 7 Lock 'n' Level Twin Axle image 8 Lock 'n' Level Twin Axle image 9 Lock 'n' Level Twin Axle image 10 Lock 'n' Level Twin Axle image 11 Lock 'n' Level Twin Axle image 12
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Lock 'n' Level Twin Axle

£199.95 (inc VAT) NewCondition
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The Locknlevel levelling system is a very popular system designed and manufactured by a small company who have brought this innovative solution to market. They understood the need for a system that was light and portable, yet was quick and easy to use, and couldn't find one. So they produced Lock 'n' Level : the only system of its kind. (We do not recommend the Lock ‘n’ Level for use on Motorhomes. The reason is that without corner steadies on each corner of the vehicle there is too much bounce. By using the Lock ‘n’ Level you are in effect doubling the suspension effect. This will result in an uncomfortable effect on the vehicle and instability.)

Following the introduction of 'through-the-wheel' locks, the task of securing & levelling has become far more difficult and time consuming. With a twin axle caravan, both wheels can be locked and the caravan perfectly levelled in about 5/6 minutes. This will raise your caravan up to 6" dependant upon its weight. The Lock 'n' Level is the only device you need, apart from a standard tyre pump (not supplied).

Lock 'n' Level has been tested on all types of surfaces. It’s also suitable to level both caravans and trailer tents with or without a wheel lock.

With the installation of motor movers, jacking a caravan or using a levelling ramp can be a major problem, not however for a Lock'n'Level! Unlike a lot of other levelling systems, the Lock’n’Level is totally unaffected by the installation of motor movers. Because the 'footprint' of the LocknLevel is a lot larger than that of the tyre that it supports, it is much less likely to sink on soft ground. The fitting of motor movers on a twin axle caravan often necessitates the removal of the jacking points. With Lock’n’Level you can even change any wheel on a twin axle. In the event of a puncture or to change a wheel you can use your Lock'n'Level as a jack.

The only additional equipment you will need is a car tyre pump and your own choice of wheel locks. (the Lock'n'Level is the perfect partner to your AlKo wheel locks). The Lock'n'Level works at such low pressures (up to 30 psi) that any pump good enough to inflate your car/caravan tyres will be fine.

LocknLevel use only the best quality materials in the Lock 'n' Level and have carried out extensive testing to prove its durability. The device will provide many years of trouble-free service.

PLEASE NOTE: The Alko wheel lock is not included and is for illustration purposes only.

How can I get a caravan perfectly level and at the same time fit my own choice of lock(s)?
Lock'n'Level can provide you with the solution to both problems at the same time.....and what's more, achieve it with very little effort. The only additional equipment required is a standard tyre pump. You can forget all the planks, ramps, bottle jacks, wind-ups, hydraulic jacks and scissor jacks etc.

Lock'n'Level renders them all redundant.

Important Note
These are very robust and they will not fail under normal use but that they could be pierced by a screw, nail, piece of glass or similar, so they recommend putting a cheap rubber mat underneath, smooth side up, as a precaution.

The LocknLevel does not come supplied with an air pump or wheel locks.

Lock 'n' Level Twin Axle Features & Specifications
  • Will raise your caravan up to 6" dependant upon its weight.
  • Both wheels can be locked
  • Levelled in about 5/6 minutes
  • Unaffected by motor-movers
  • Change any wheel on a twin axle
  • Weight: 7kg
  • The size, when packed in its storage bag is 33 x 25 x 10cm (13.5" x 10" x 4")
  • The size , when laid out ready to use is 33 x 146cm (13.5" x 58")
  • The envelope is made from a nylon reinforced polypropylene.
  • The steel parts are all zinc plated.
  • The valves are nickel plated brass and the bolts are all stainless steel.

What is in the box?
  • Instruction manual
  • spare valve caps
  • storage bag.
  • The Lock 'n' Level is fitted with standard car tyre adapters. The only other thing you will need is a standard tyre pump and your own choice of wheel lock.

Warranty : 12 months warranty against defects in material or workmanship.

EAN-13 : 0616663915362

5 Customer Reviews on Lock 'n' Level Twin Axle

Lock N. Level, Expensive But Worth It

5 star review(5/5)
The safest and easiest way to align the wheels on a twin axle to fit chassis locks, also with a mover fitted the jacking points may not be accessible so the lock and level allows you to safely change a flat tyre, lastly its a very simple levelling device.

Xmas Present To Save Frustration And A Bad Back

4 star review(4/5)
This is a Christmas and birthday present for a caravanner son who specifically wanted the Lock n level for use with his new twin axle Bailey. I have no doubt he will love it. It certainly seems a product which will save hard work and a bafd back. Excellent Service from Leisure shop.

A Must For All Twin Axle Caravan Owners.

5 star review(5/5)
For those who have the issue of fitting both Alco wheel locks, this product is superb. As well as being able to fit both locks by aligning the wheels correctly, this product also levels your caravan up to 6 inches left to right. I recommend you purchase a couple of Milenco (or similar) wheel chocks for the opposite side when using the lock and level to prevent your caravan steady. I also use three click together rubber mats under this product when on a gravel surface. Bit pricey but definitely worth the money.

Excellent For Twin Axle

5 star review(5/5)
This is a great product that makes the day to day use of a twin axle Caravan so much easier
I recommend this to anyone

Value For Money

5 star review(5/5)
Does what its supposed to do
Lock 'n' Level Twin Axle Video

6 FAQs on the Lock 'n' Level Twin Axle


How do I fit the locks on a twin axle when the Lock’n’Level is being used on the offside?


The least expensive way would be to use a plank or ramps to raise the offside slightly too high, then with the Lock’n’Level in place under the nearside, fit the wheel locks and inflate it to compensate. Alternatively, and much easier, use a second, single axle Lock’n’Level on the nearside to fit the locks and then leave it deflated under the wheel.


Is the Lock'n'Level system suitable for use on motor homes?


No. In it's present form we cannot recommend Lock'n'Level for use with motor homes.


Can I leave my Lock'n'Level in place during the winter?


Yes. As long as you leave it deflated. All components on your Lock'n'Level are able to withstand the weather! You should also make sure that it is on a suitable piece of mat to prevent damage by stones and sharp objects etc.


Is there a caravan weight limit with Lock'n'Level?


No. The only limiting factor is the maximum inflation pressure of 30 psi (2 bar), this MUST never be exceeded.


What surfaces can the product be used on?


Grass or Hard standing. We do however recommend the use of a mat to prevent possible damage from sharp objects.


How high will Lock’n’Level lift my caravan?


Both the single axle and the twin axle model can lift over 140 mm(5+”), both dependent upon the weight of your caravan.

If you’ve changed your mind about keeping your purchase, please return it in its original condition with proof of purchase and we’ll exchange or refund it. Unless faulty, this should be within 30 days of receiving your order. By original condition, we’d expect this to mean that you’ve kept packaging and labels, and that the item is undamaged and unused.

For further information of how to return your item, please visit the "Returning an Unwanted/Faulty/Damaged Item" section on our Help Page.
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