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Old 06-25-2014, 05:54 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by phelpo View Post
guys I don't have your jacks, I have installed 2 scissor
jacks in the rear, close to the bumper. We still
have a rock/roll when walking in the rig. thinking
about installing scissors in the front.

My comment was generic - should you have stabilizers it would help but does not totally eliminate the rocking.
In our former TT we had scissor jacks and they didn't do a lot for the rocking but they did help with the leveling and getting the A/C water drip opposite side of the entry. Our solution to the rocking in the TT when we had a 2 week stay was to use screw jack stands: Aluminum Stack Jacks, set of 4 - Camco 44560 - Stabilizing Jacks - Camping World
The screw jack stands have a better footprint compared to the scissor jack stands and don't have the side to side movement our scissor jack did.
It's more work to setup the Camco which is why I only used them on long stays.

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Old 06-26-2014, 08:11 AM   #12
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left my screw jacks in Islamorada Fl..darn it


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Old 06-28-2014, 07:26 AM   #13
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dropped the air to 15 lbs at the new campsite, and
adjusted the scissor jacks, had DW go inside and rock
the rig back and forth, it seem the roll is a lot less.
No big to inflate the bags before leaving


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