Originally Posted by ynott96
I have a 2008 Forest River Georgetown 374 Class A Motorhome with the Lippert Leveler system using 9" pads.
I find that the motorhome, following leveling and then slide deployment...the motorhome is not that steady.
Therefore I am looking to changeout the 9" pads to 12" pads from Lippert.
Has anyone performed this changeout and/or has anyone found a better way to level the motorhome so that when the slides are out...the motorhome is rock steady?
Jeeper is right. It is the rod size of the cylinders that produce the wiggle, not the pad on the ground. "Rock steady" probably aint gonna happen with this type of rig, short of a continuous concrete block foundation under the coach, just like your house...! The larger diameter pads are for softer ground conditions. I use 2X8X24" pressure treated boards, one under each pad to get better ground support and to keep my pads out of the mud and moisture that some campsites have.