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Old 10-20-2010, 06:33 PM   #11
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woot! now you just need to know how far from front to back as to where the wheels sit.
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Old 10-20-2010, 07:20 PM   #12
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YES JUST 2 PADS i JUST GOT THE INFO I NEEDED IT IS 7'2" CENTER TO CENTER ON THE WHEELS!
Guess I am being touchy - please let us know how your pads work out.
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Old 10-21-2010, 10:54 AM   #13
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Thanks everyone for there help. I didn't mean to upset any one on the previous post's. All i was attempting to do was get a parking pad made before my rv arived in a few days. I have an area that is very easy to back into and wanted to make 2 pads 2'x5' to park the trailer on so when not in use the tires would not be in the dirt! Unfortunately i am not as welthy as some and cant afford to pour a 10x 30 slab to park on, so i chose to do the pads. All my fault!!! I didn't present the question proper to inform the reader on what was happining. Thanks again! Have a great day! Glad to be a new member!
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Old 10-21-2010, 04:59 PM   #14
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Rather than pour slabs, with the price of concrete these days, you might want to look into 16x16 concrete "stepping stones" at the home store. They are about 5 bucks each and you can back the camper where you want it; pull forward 16 inches or so; slide the concrete blocks under the wheels and back up onto them. You could also make a "slab" out of them by using a substrate of "rock fines" and set the stones on the substrate. Buy a sack of "resin sand"; sweep it into the cracks; spray with water; and when it sets the seams will be "weed proof" but still "temporary."

Slabs here need permits, but the above solution is "temporary" and no permit or approval is required.
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Old 10-21-2010, 05:49 PM   #15
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THANKS, i LIVE IN THE COUNTRY AND DONT HAVE ALL THOES REGULATION TO DEAL WITH , I ALSO HAVE SANDY LOAM SOIL AND IVE TRIED THE PADS LIKE THAT AND THEY WANT TO SETTLE AFTER A FEW PASSES OF THE WHEELS. I HAVE JUST LAID THE CONCRETE THIS MORNING AND LOOKS GOOD! READY FOR DELIVERY!!!!! THANKS AGAIN!!
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