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Old 08-07-2017, 08:22 PM   #1
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stability or lack of

2015 Flagstaff 30 foot. How can I get the movement out of this trailer while camping ? Too much rocking wobble.
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Old 08-07-2017, 08:42 PM   #2
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BAL X-CHOCKS and locking Stabilizer bars.

Others have recommend Jack stands.
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Old 08-07-2017, 08:49 PM   #3
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BAL X-CHOCKS and locking Stabilizer bars.

Others have recommend Jack stands.

I use x chocks.
Are the locking stabilizer bars added to frame ?
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See if this helps:
http://learntorv.com/shake-shake-shake-rv-stabilization

Basically, triangulation stabilizers, between the wheel chocks, step supports, and extra stabilizers by the axles. Do them one at a time to see how far you have to go in order to achieve the stability you want.
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I use x chocks.
Are the locking stabilizer bars added to frame ?
This should answer your question.

https://youtu.be/goxjlJHi8PU
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Old 08-07-2017, 09:02 PM   #6
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As for triangulating stabilizers- my preference is SteadyFast after having it and JT StrongArms knock offs. OR- I've seen some cool DIY installations.

SteadyFast Review:
http://learntorv.com/product-review-...t-stabilizers/
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Old 08-07-2017, 11:49 PM   #7
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Xchocks and jt strong arms on mine does a awesome job of eliminating day to day bounce. Also use a cheapo scissor jack under our entry steps to take that bounce out.
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Almost a daily post concerning/questioning this subject. Many different answers for what we do to achieve what we're comfortable with. Basically, it comes down to the pocket book and what you can afford.
A few like the boat rocking to sleep better, some of us can't stand or wake up every time someone turns over in bed. Was out in ours today doing some cleaning, thought I'd get sea sick since most stabilizers weren't down
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As for triangulating stabilizers- my preference is SteadyFast after having it and JT StrongArms knock offs. OR- I've seen some cool DIY installations.

SteadyFast Review:
http://learntorv.com/product-review-...t-stabilizers/
These are pretty neat and given the fact that other solutions run $80 each and I'd need multiple to do my rig it's not bad pricing for what you get (if they work well).
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These are pretty neat and given the fact that other solutions run $80 each and I'd need multiple to do my rig it's not bad pricing for what you get (if they work well).

They really do work as well as other triangulation products, if not slightly better.
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