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Old 02-25-2013, 04:05 PM   #1
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Need a Fifth Wheel King Pin Support for out Crusader 270RET...Understand that when used, it takes some of the bounce out of the unit when set up...Found one here new at our local dealership, thought I would ask here first before spending the bucks..I'm cheap you see..
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Old 02-25-2013, 07:52 PM   #2
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I have a Bi-pod kingpin stabilizer that you can have for packing and shipping.

PM me. I'm in California, so you might be able to buy one locally for what it would cost to ship.

Weighs about 20-lb.
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Old 02-25-2013, 08:56 PM   #3
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You would do better with a jack stabilizer system like JT Strongarm. They attach from the base of the jacks up to the frame. Once you are level, you tighten the bolts and enjoy a rock solid camper. It does not stop all movement, but it is very close. The wife and I do not disturb each other getting up for our nightly trips to the potty. Before the JT Strongarm system we rocked all night...
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Old 02-25-2013, 09:04 PM   #4
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You would do better with a jack stabilizer system like JT Strongarm. They attach from the base of the jacks up to the frame. Once you are level, you tighten the bolts and enjoy a rock solid camper. It does not stop all movement, but it is very close. The wife and I do not disturb each other getting up for our nightly trips to the potty. Before the JT Strongarm system we rocked all night...
I believe he is talking about bouncing not rocking .... kicker correct me if I am wrong.

Stabilizer systems will prevent rocking back and forth and side to side but not up and down .

Bouncing is from tire flex and or leaf spring and or torsion give which can only be prevented by jacking up unit and placing jack stands under frame rails.

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We had two different Wildwoods, a 26SS and a 32DS, and never used any of those.

The 32DS came with the Bi-pod, and it is just setting in my back 40.

....and I LIKE 'rockin!
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Old 03-21-2013, 12:08 PM   #6
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Still would like to locate one of these to try...just PM and let me know where you are and how much..
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Kicker I'd remove your number from the open forum and pm it to the oc.

Less then nice people will like your number for spam and other crap.
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