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Old 04-24-2016, 09:43 PM   #1
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Cool Stabilizing Jacks

If you have motorized stabilizers, you have them in the "down" position & the motor takes a "dump", how to you retract them ? They are on a Rockwood TT.
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Old 04-24-2016, 10:26 PM   #2
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If you have your manual it should give you instructions how to manually retract them. On my trailer if I recall correctly was to disconnect power going to the affected stabilizer. Then manually crank them up with the provided wrench.


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If they're like mine, they're just motors attached to the jack screws on one end. You just put the crank on the other side and roll them up and down. If the motor seizes up, I think they're only held on by four mount bolts.
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If they're like mine, they're just motors attached to the jack screws on one end. You just put the crank on the other side and roll them up and down. If the motor seizes up, I think they're only held on by four mount bolts.
Correct,and if you remove the motor you will be surprised how Quick you can crank the Stab Up and Down! Youroo!!
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Thanks for the responses.
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