Leveling a Montana High Country and Tremor

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We just bought a 37' Montana High Country.
It seems a bit low in the back to me.
My question for the aficionados is this. How did you level your fifth wheel and truck to get level while maintaining proper clearances?
1. Make adjustments to the fifth wheel hitch (on trailer and truck)?
2. Reverse level your truck?
3. Flip the axles?
 
For you I have two different simple solutions:

1. AIR RIDE:

Here you go: https://kelderman.com/shop/leaf-spring-axle-trailer-air-suspension
$1,850.00 if it has tandem axles or $3,700.00 if it has 3 axles
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And if you by any chance have torsion axles: https://kelderman.com/shop/torsion-axle-trailer-air-suspension
$3,900.00 or $5,850.00 (OUCH)
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2. STUPIDITY:
Squat your truck Tremor ???

Obviously the last one was a joke and the first one is not cost effective. If it was me, I wouldn't change the Tremor suspension. I would definitely start with flipping the axles. Then probably adjust the hitch. Then mess with the RV suspension. Definitely wouldn't level the truck. Then it would become my second "simple solution". Good luck!
 
For you I have two different simple solutions:

1. AIR RIDE:

Here you go: https://kelderman.com/shop/leaf-spring-axle-trailer-air-suspension
$1,850.00 if it has tandem axles or $3,700.00 if it has 3 axles
View attachment 26427

And if you by any chance have torsion axles: https://kelderman.com/shop/torsion-axle-trailer-air-suspension
$3,900.00 or $5,850.00 (OUCH)
View attachment 26425

2. STUPIDITY:
Squat your truck Tremor ???

Obviously the last one was a joke and the first one is not cost effective. If it was me, I wouldn't change the Tremor suspension. I would definitely start with flipping the axles. Then probably adjust the hitch. Then mess with the RV suspension. Definitely wouldn't level the truck. Then it would become my second "simple solution". Good luck!
Great information! Thank you for the thorough and humorous response.
 
We just bought a 37' Montana High Country.
It seems a bit low in the back to me.
My question for the aficionados is this. How did you level your fifth wheel and truck to get level while maintaining proper clearances?
1. Make adjustments to the fifth wheel hitch (on trailer and truck)?
2. Reverse level your truck?
3. Flip the axles?
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It might be cheaper to adjust at the fifth wheel but my trailer has perches top and bottom it has a spring over set up with tons of clearance
 
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